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15th February 2010
IPextreme and Lauterbach Announce Interoperability of Lauterbach′s TRACE32 Debug System and IPextreme′s IEEE 1149.7 cJTAG Semiconductor IP

IPextreme and Lauterbach, the leading manufacturer of hardware assisted microprocessor development tools, today announced complete interoperability between Lauterbach′s TRACE32 debug systems and IPextreme′s IEEE 1149.7 cJTAG semiconductor IP core.

9th February 2010
Cortus APS3 CPU family now has full support from Lauterbach TRACE32 Power Tools

Lauterbach and Cortus announced that the Lauterbach TRACE32® Power Tools now fully support the Cortus APS3 family of processors. The power of Lauterbach’s TRACE32 Power Tools is now available for the Cortus APS3 family of ultra low power embedded CPUs. Non-intrusive debugging over JTAG is supported giving engineers full visibility of program execution and profiling analysis enhancing product development times. It offers full support for the C...

1st February 2010
Lauterbach, Discretix Announce Alliance To Provide Secure Chip Debug Capability

Lauterbach TRACE32 PowerTools now support Discretix Secure JTAG Debug Module, Giving OEMs Highly Secure, Authenticated Way to Debug SoC Errors throughout System′s Lifetime.

10th December 2009
Lauterbach TRACE32 Now Supports ARM Cortex-A5

The TRACE32 debuggers from Lauterbach, the manufacturer of microprocessor development tools, now support the new ARM Cortex-A5 processor. The Cortex-A5 micro architecture is delivered within either a single core processor or a scalable multicore processor, the Cortex-A5 MPCore™, which consists of up to four Cortex-A5 cores in a cluster. They are designed for applications that demand high performance and lower power consumption.

16th September 2009
Debuggers Support Fujitsu HDTV Decoder Chipsets

Lauterbach has announced that its TRACE32 debuggers support the Real-Time Operating System (FAMOS) of Fujitsu Microelectronics. FAMOS was developed specifically for the ARM11 based HDTV decoder chipsets of the series MB86H6x for set top boxes. The FAMOS awareness is integrated immediately in all new TRACE32 software versions for the ARM architecture.

16th September 2009
Debug probe for NEC Electronics 16-bit microcontroller family

Lauterbach, the leading manufacturer of hardware assisted microprocessor development tools, has launched a new high performance debug probe for NEC Electronics 16-bit microcontroller family 78K0R.

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