Tracealyzer brings streaming trace to FreeRTOS
Percepio has announced the availability of Tracealyzer version 3.0, initially supporting FreeRTOS and SEGGER embOS. The new generation Tracealyzer offers continuous trace streaming, allowing for essentially unlimited traces of task scheduling, interrupts and application logging. Trace streaming is supported via SEGGER J-Link debug probes which offer great performance on ARM Cortex-M and Renesas RX MCUs.
Tracealyzer for FreeRTOS & Microchip PIC32 MCUs
Percepio has announced the availability of an updated version of FreeRTOS+Trace targeting Microchip’s PIC32 MCUs and MPLAB X IDE.
Tool provides streaming trace on SEGGER J-Link
Percepio has announced embOS-Trace, a sophisticated tool offering an unprecedented insight into the runtime world for embedded software developers using SEGGER embOS and SEGGER J-Link debug probes. The insight provided facilitates debugging, validation, profiling, documentation and training. This can help avoid weeks of troubleshooting and vastly increase development speed.
Visualisation & analysis technology can be shared
An updated version of Tracealyzer, visualisation and analysis technology developed by Percepio, has been released. Version 2.7 Tracealyzer supports Linux, VxWorks, FreeRTOS and On Time RTOS-32 and can be purchased with floating licenses, enabling several users to share a license. To meet the requirements of both small and large teams, two floating licenses are available. The basic floating license allows for one concurrent user, while the premium...
Percepio Embedded World 2013 Summary
To summarize Embedded World 2013, we are very happy with the show – we had a great show and found great interest in our products! We made several new contacts in the business and met many embedded developers that found our Tracealyzer products to be very interesting.
Percepio Demonstrates Next-Generation RTOS Trace Tools At Embedded World 2013
Percepio’s tool family Tracealyzer provide a world-leading insight into the runtime behavior of RTOS based embedded software. More than 20 graphical views show different perspectives of task scheduling and kernel calls, interrupt routines, as well as application-level event logs and data plots. The amazing visualizations are easy to use and intuitive to understand.