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Novel FPGA debug, verification solution revealed

30 Jan 2015  | Julien Happich

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Belgium company Byte Paradigm has functioned as a design centre for high-end FPGA-based systems and as a provider of test and debug solutions for electronic systems. Under the new company trade name, Yugo Systems, it has extended its offering for FPGA debug and verification with the release of Exostiv that promises to deliver up to 200,000 times more observability at speed of operation than traditional embedded instrumentation solutions.

Exostiv vs. traditional and embedded LA solutions

Exostiv vs. traditional and embedded LA solutions. The numbers show the relative observability provided by each solution.

For a number of years, we have been actively designing with FPGAs and helping our customers debug their systems, and we suffered the same frustration that FPGA designers typically experience with the limited tools provided by FPGA vendors, according to Frdric Leens, Byte Paradigm's CEO.

Back in 2011, we started to investigate about a new hardware-based debug tools that could improve a designer's access to FPGAs internals. Although we had heard about Tabula doing interesting developments then, our research was geared towards improving the visibility of off-the-shelf FPGAs.


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