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TRACE32 supports cores using the ARMv8-M architecture

Lauterbach’s TRACE32 debug tools now support cores of the new ARMv8-M family.

The cores of the ARMv8-M family include the Cortex-M23 and Cortex-M33 core and have similar performance to the existing Cortex-M3/M4 devices, but are said to offer lower power performance and a smaller footprint.

They also include a new integrated version of the ARM TrustZone ensuring full visibility and control during the development process, as well as ensuring the cores suitability for secure IoT applications.

The TRACE32 tools provide the ARM microprocessor developer with a comprehensive debug environment which the company claims save development time and ensure the end project meets its specification.

For customers who already have Lauterbach debug tools for Cortex-M, a software update will enable access to these new device types.

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Peggy Lee

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