We have scaled the proven technology behind Little Printer to offer a powerful software and hardware platform for the development of web-connected products. BERG Cloud helps reduce the cost of invention and increase speed to market.
BERG Cloud’s plug-and-play configuration makes it simpler and cheaper to prototype and develop new web-connected products of your own. Whether you’re an individual maker, a college or campus, or an established product company, get started today.
As more and more devices get connected, user experience becomes the differentiator. How does your product look and feel? How do people set it up, share it, give it as a gift and live with it in their homes?
Consumer focussed, BERG Cloud takes away the common hardware / software integration and control issues that make developing connected devices such a lengthy and expensive process. It lets you focus on what matters; designing and developing features and user experience. BERG Cloud lets you put the product first.
Whether you're an individual maker, a college or campus, or an established product company, BERG Cloud is for you. It can be used for one-off prototyping, as a testbed for a crowd-funded project, or as the backbone of a mass market product.
Making one connected device is easy — scaling is often where it gets hard. BERG Cloud can provide analytics and usage metrics, system health checks and dashboards for multiple device management, increasing your speed to market.
With out-of-box code samples, a simple web API and a suite of BERG Cloud developer tools we’ve lowered the barriers to entry for making connected devices.
BERG Cloud provides solutions to common problems giving you space for innovation.
When your product reaches mass production we help integrate BERG Cloud directly on to your production boards.
With licensed BERG Cloud firmware will come the ability to scale easily, with over-the-air firmware updates and dashboards for multiple device management.
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