LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Cardinal Peak, a full-service engineering firm specializing in the development of Internet of Things (IoT) products, provided hardware engineering expertise to iZotope for their Spire Studio product. Spire Studio is used by musicians as a complete portable recording system, featuring professional sound quality and one-touch set-up.
LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Cardinal Peak, an engineering design services firm specializing in the development of Internet of Things (IoT) products, and Culligan International, a leading water treatment company, announced the recent completion of the first release of the Culligan Connect mobile application.
LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Cardinal Peak, an engineering services firm that helps customers design and bring Internet of Things (IoT) products to market, today announced they will be working with Fujitsu General to launch the FGLair mobile application.
LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Principals from Cardinal Peak, a leading engineering services firm that helps clients bring internet of things and audio/video products to market, and Saltbox Studio, a digital user experience design firm, announced a merger of the two companies. The merged company will retain the Cardinal Peak name.
Cardinal Peak hardware engineers, Matt Brzezinski and Whit Goodrich hosted the Hardware is Hard session at Denver Startup Week 2017. They discussed some of the most prevalent issues in hardware development today.
LAFAYETTE, Colo. — Cardinal Peak, an engineering services firm that helps customers design and bring Internet of Things and video/audio products to market, today announced the company has appointed Mark Carrington as chief executive officer, effective immediately. Howdy Pierce, Cardinal Peak’s co-founder and current CEO will continue to serve as chairman.
A few months back, Cardinal Peak Senior Engineer Thomson Comer published part one and part two of his three-part guest blog series on the Loggly blog. In this final segment of his guest post, he discusses live debugging and how it can be done faster. Thomson provides a list of nine strategies for improving speed… View Article
It’s not often that you hear from the marketing manager on a company’s tech blog. However, over the past week, I have been busy doing our annual client mailing, and I have something I want to share with you. We like to send our current and past clients something each year, just to let them… View Article
This past week, Cardinal Peak director of server and web software engineering, Matt Osminer was featured in an in-depth, two-part expert interview on the Synscort blog. Matt discusses Big Data and many of the solutions we employ at Cardinal Peak. He also talks about dev ops, when to outsource, and improving ROI in data management…. View Article
Continuing his guest blogging series over at the Loggly blog, Cardinal Peak Senior Software Engineer Thomson Comer talks this week about how to write effectively for Loggly. He debunks myths about remote logging and gives some great tips for debugging. Check out his most recent post and stay tuned for the third and final post… View Article
Thomson Comer, Senior Software Engineer here at Cardinal Peak, is writing a guest blog series starting this week for Loggly. His three-part series begins with this post explaining how remote logging works and how it can benefit engineers and developers in locating bugs in specific lines of code. Leave questions and comments for Thomson here… View Article