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Real hardware.
Remote access.

Get free remote access to CPU/MPU/MCU/DSP Evaluation Boards to work with from your browser and IDE, as if they were on your desk.
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How does it work?

Our partners deliver their boards to us. We then connect them to our cloud hardware and make them available to you on this site.
Browse our board list to find the one that suits your needs. Click on the board and follow our step by step instructions to configure the network and your IDE.
You work with the board on your IDE and monitor it live on this website, with access to the board peripherals and power control.

Features

Debugging

Real-time software debugging. Compatible with different IDEs.

Live video

We provide access to a live feed of the board, which shows the display, diodes, etc.

Virtual interfaces

Access the board interfaces and power control from your PC or Mac.

Debugging

Real-time software debugging. Compatible with different IDEs.

Live video

We provide access to a live feed of the board, which shows the display, diodes, etc.

Virtual interfaces

Access the board interfaces and power control from your PC or Mac.

Why is it free?

Our clients use our paid service as a platform to reach their target audience, letting them work with the boards or get trained before making a purchase. This allows us to provide developers with full service completely free.

FAQ

We do our best to maintain the highest level of security:
  • All web service communications are protected by standard SLL algorithms and HTTPS protocol
  • Communications with debuggers and remote shell access are protected by SSH and RSA
  • The user doesn’t have to transfer any source code to the server, only binaries are transferred
  • The target boards are cleared of all data at the end of each session (flash chips are erased, default firmware is flashed, etc.)
All the most popular, including Eclipse® IDE, Keil µVision® IDE, IAR Embedded Workbench and STM32CubeIDE.
But some IDEs are not yet supported by every kind of board “out of the box”. Please feel free to share your experiences with the community on our forum.
No. The whole environment, including the IDE, is on your local PC or Mac.
We only provide the boards and our server software that allows you to interact with the boards remotely.
Now we support UART and Ethernet connection. Our roadmap includes SPI, i2C, GPIO (with logic analyzer), SDIO, PCIe, etc.

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