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UltraSoC Technologies Ltd articles

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System-level performance optimisation capabilities for MIPS users

UltraSoC has announced it is providing the benefits of its performance optimisation and system level profiling solutions to SoC development teams utilising Imagination Technologies’ MIPS processor architecture. This gives SoC designers access to a development environment that offers a holistic view of their entire system, encompassing not only MIPS processors via an interface between Imagination’s Codescape Debugger and on-chip UltraSoC blocks, but also CPUs and IP from other vendors, as well as custom logic, memory and bus structures.
8th March 2016

Integration enables vendor independent debugging

UltraSoC and Lauterbach have announced a collaboration to create a fully featured independent system-on-chip (SoC) development and debug environment. The partnership brings together Lauterbach’s TRACE32 integrated, universal development system and UltraSoC’s on-chip debug and analytics IP, to dramatically ease the work of engineering teams creating the advanced SoCs needed in industries such as mobile communications, automotive and the IoT.
17th February 2016

UltraSoC forms strategic advisory board with four industry leaders

UltraSoC has announced that four distinguished technology business leaders have joined its Strategic Advisory Board. The new members – Simon Davidmann, Guillaume d’Eyssautier, Vijay Dube and Professor David May – bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the company. They have between them established and successfully exited at least a dozen start-ups, in the process creating hundreds of millions of dollars of value; and have served in C-level/VP roles within many of the electronics industry’s most high-profile companies.
28th January 2016


Enhancing universal SoC debug architecture

UltraSoC has enhanced its SoC debug and analytics product with the availability of the Universal Streaming Communicator (USC). The new silicon IP allows the UltraSoC intelligent on-chip infrastructure to communicate seamlessly via a broad range of physical media and commonly used serial communications protocols. This empowers silicon development teams to choose exactly the right debug methodology and architecture for any SoC - from cost sensitive to high performance.
21st January 2016

Deadlock detection added to SoC analysis, debug and profiling tools

UltraSoC has announced that it has added deadlock detection capabilities within its products for SoC analysis, profiling and debug. The latest features allow SoC architects, developers and debug engineers to detect and diagnose hard-to-find corner cases which can cause complex SoCs to hang or stall intermittently and unpredictably, sometimes after days of continuous normal operation.
10th September 2015

Companies partner to advance global SoC debug & analytics

UltraSoC and Tortuga Pacific has announced that they are partnering to develop the global SoC debug and embedded analytics market. Under the terms of the agreement, UltraSoC will use Tortuga’s revenue generation, strategic initiative and market-maker capabilities to bring its innovative UltraDebug pre- and post-silicon debug and validation technologies to SoC designers in key global markets including North America and Japan.
28th July 2015

UltraSoC delivers first Universal Debug IP to PMC-Sierra

UltraSoC announced today that it is working with PMC-Sierra to incorporate its innovative silicon IP technology into PMC’s next generation of storage controllers. This development program, which is expected to lead to PMC taking a licence, incorporates UltraSoC’s library of advanced, feature-rich debug IP at the leading edge of embedded systems for PMC.
13th May 2013

UltraSoC Technologies awarded EEDA grant for debugging technology

UltraSoC Technologies, a pioneer of next-generation debugging technology for embedded systems, has been awarded a grant from the East of England Development Agency (EEDA). The grant will part-fund an eight month project, of value up to £115k, to assess the technology and commercial feasibility of an innovative system which will be a key part of UltraSoC’s debugging platform.
16th October 2009


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