TRACE32 PowerTools for the Broadcom XLP/XLR/XLS processor families
May 02, 2012 // Julien Happich
Lauterbach has launched a new debug probe which provides state-of-the-art debug features for the new high-performance Broadcom XLP processor family. TRACE32 now supports all Broadcom multi-core processor families XLP, XLR and XLS.
The high end debugging solution is now available for the Broadcom XLP, XLR and XLS processor families. Full multi-core support and the included awareness for many real-time operating systems such as Linux give you a powerful debugging environment in all stages of software development and debugging – ranging from low level system bringup to high-end applications involving symmetric and asymmetric multiprocessing. A very efficient and user friendly C and C++ HLL debugger in the TRACE32 PowerView software boost your development productivity. Finally, extremely flexible scripting features allow for full automatization to your needs. The TRACE32 tools can be connected to either Windows or Linux hosts via USB 2.0 or Ethernet 10/100/1000. A flash programming tool for the internal flash is included.
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