SEGGER delivers Ozone for Windows on Arm

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SEGGER has announced that its debugger and performance analyser, Ozone, is now available for Windows on Arm.

Together with the existing binaries for Windows on Intel, for macOS on Intel and Apple Silicon, and the Linux builds, Ozone now runs native code on all major operating systems and hardware platforms.

Ozone is designed specifically for embedded applications, but more than a simple debugger its various features, including instruction tracing via J-Trace PRO, live code profiling and code coverage analysis, make it a powerful tool for getting full system insight, tracking down inefficiencies and bugs, and improving products.

“This makes Ozone available for the many users of the Microsoft Surface series and to those using Windows VM on a Mac with Apple (Arm) silicon," said Dirk Akemann, Marketing Manager at SEGGER. “Developers especially have been asking for it. This expands the Ozone offering, which has long been multi-platform, for 32- and 64-bit cores, both Intel and Arm.”

The user interface is designed to be used intuitively and is fully configurable. All windows can be moved, re-sized, and docked to fit the needs of any developer.