USB based SoC debug

Cambridge based UltraSoC has added USB based debugging capabilities to UltraDebug. The patented technology is said to allow a single USB 2.0 interface to be used simultaneously for system communication and applications such as debugging.

  • USB based debug of advanced SoCs

    Cambridge based UltraSoC has added USB based debugging capabilities to UltraDebug. The patented technology is said to allow a single USB 2.0 interface to be used simultaneously for system communication and applications such as debugging.

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  • 2015 British Engineering Excellence Awards open for entries

    Have you developed breakthrough technology, grown an innovative business or excelled in a specialist field? If so, why not enter your company into the 2015 British Engineering Excellence Awards – or BEEAs.

    The BEEAs reward companies who have ...
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  • ARM grows revenues, passes 300 Cortex-M licenses

    ARM says its Q1 revenues grew by 22% over the same quarter of 2014, a position it ascribes to continuing momentum in licensing of advanced technology, as well as a growth in the shipments of devices featuring ARM processors.

    ARM says its Q1 ...
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  • Molecular electronics research team sees the light

    Scientists at Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) and the University of Konstanz are working on storing and processing information at the molecular level in order to create the smallest possible components that will combine autonomously to form a ... Read More





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