Are you looking for a solution that speeds up a program's run, and do you care about a small memory footprint? Low-level programming engineering can be your way to achieve that!

This is how our low-level engineers will help you

Low-level programming has been our thing since 2011. Our services aim to provide you with high-quality support whether you need a helping hand with smartNICs, or DPDK, P4, or FPGA development.

DPDK development

Our DPDK-related services include: developing DPDK Poll Mode Drivers for various hardware platforms, integration of DPDK drivers with different applications, fixing issues and extending the interfaces according to modern PMD driver requirements. You can also rely on us to develop tests to demonstrate precisely how switching to DPDK will improve your solution's performance.

Services for smartNICs users

For companies that want to implement smartNICs into their solutions or products, we offer implementation of a particular network function using P4 (if the smartNIC supports it) and adaptation of the existing software to control the given smartNIC at runtime.

Services for smartNIC manufacturers

For smartNICs manufacturers, we provide services like developing firmware, dedicated drivers (DPDK PMD or kernel module), and QA-building automated test environments for performance and functional tests.

P4 development

Our P4-related services include verifying which P4 architecture model will support the client's target, preparing P4 implementation, and designing the dataplane processing pipeline.
We support creating P4 code compilation, conducting functional tests of dataplanes, and adapting the existing control/management software to control the given P4 target at runtime.

FPGA development

Our FPGA team helps you with IP Cores integration and development (VHDL) or HW simulation. You can expect support with conducting smoke tests executed directly on hardware, and API level tests of hardware designs. We also build for you complete, system-level, dynamic acceptance tests alongside a virtual environment reflecting the end user's use cases.
Want more? We can build full CI/CD pipelines and verify the hardware design in continuous mode with full visibility for developers, QA, and managers (domain, software, and hardware knowledge on board).

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Low-level programming-related use cases

At CodiLime, we work with manufacturers of smartNICs hardware layers and chips. We also help manufacturers of business network solutions or software solutions for hardware acceleration.

Projects that we are developing include:

Updating low-level drivers and libraries to support new smartNICs as a replacement in existing setups

Bringing up embedded cores on PCIe devices

Troubleshooting communication with devices on Linux hosts (i.e. on PCIe bus)

Creating QEMU setups for embedded systems

What benefits can you expect from low-level engineering?

Better control over the code
Better data flow management and program optimization
Higher level of efficiency, even with limited memory and storage

How do we work?

Expertise in building custom solutions
Hand-on experience with network engineering
Flexible and easy-to-scale teams
Goal orientation and on-time delivery
Support through the entire SDLC
Focus on long-term partnership

Technology stack at CodiLime

While developing a low-level project, relying on reliable and trustworthy solutions is essential. Below you'll find our low-level toolkit so that you can check our technology stack!

Some words from a client


"CodiLime with its expertise in both network engineering and software development helped us build and release a platform for operational intelligence of digital infrastructure. CodiLime UX designers and software engineers did a great job to ensure great user experience of our product. Smooth communication, out-of-the-box thinking and reliability are those factors that also make our cooperation great."

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More about low-level programming on our blog

Do you want to know more about low-level-related cases? You can find more publications on our blog that allow for immersing yourself into this topic.