SANTA BARBARA, CA and NUREMBERG, GERMANY -- (Marketwire) -- 02/26/13 -- Embedded World, Hall 4, Stand 325 -- Green Hills Software, the largest independent vendor of embedded software solutions, today announced major hardware and software upgrades for the SuperTrace Probe v3 and Green Hills Probe v3. The enhancements include:
•40 gigabit-per-second High-Speed Serial Trace card for SuperTrace Probe v3 (STPv3) •New high-speed parallel trace pod with 5V support for SuperTrace Probe v3 •Non-intrusive, task-aware probe debugging for INTEGRITY® RTOS •13 new debug targets and 4 new trace architectures added
"Developers choose Green Hills hardware debug solutions to get the best performance, excellent value, and superior support," said David Kleidermacher, CTO, Green Hills Software. "With these latest improvements, customers can upgrade their existing tools to debug and trace the latest processors while enjoying the most productive environment available for developing, optimizing, and debugging embedded software."
40 gigabit-per-second High-Speed Serial Trace (HSST) card
The High-Speed Serial Trace card adds support for up to 6 high-speed serial lanes running at a maximum rate of 6.25 gigabits-per-second per lane, or up to 8 lanes running at a maximum of 5 gigabits-per-second per lane. With a combined 40 gigabits-per-second of trace bandwidth, STPv3 is the fastest and widest serial trace probe in the world. PowerPC Nexus and ARM HSSTP standards are supported.
New high-speed parallel trace pod with 5V support
For parallel trace users, the new Trace Everywhere (TE) trace pod supports up to 32 trace input signals with voltage levels up to 5 Volts, and a trace collection bandwidth in excess of 8 gigabits-per-second. Housed in a custom enclosure and designed for high physical and electrical robustness, the TE trace pod features an intelligent, modular trace connector that lets users easily switch between varieties of trace ports. All current parallel trace targets are supported with the new TE trace pod. http://www.ghs.com/products/supertraceprobe.html
Both HSST and the TE trace pod include Green Hills Software's proven, high-speed JTAG technology to drive JTAG up to 120 MHz, sustaining download speeds in excess of 10 megabytes per second -- more than twice as fast as any other debug probe currently available.
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