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Integrated test platform minimises memory requirement

14 May 2015  | Christoph Hammerschmidt

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VectorCAST, Trace32

Vector Software integrated its test automation platform with Lauterbach's Trace32 microprocessor development platform. The solution enables development, test and certification teams to set and collect large amounts of test data from RAM-constrained embedded systems.

The integration benefits customers in aerospace, automotive, defence, medical devices, industrial control and commercial environments where software quality and industry compliance are critical. The development team of Vector Software (which should not be confused with German software tool vendor Vector Informatik) already worked closely with Lauterbach and the Trace32 implementation of IEEE Standard 1149.1-1990 JTAG and IEEE-ISTO 5001-2003 NEXUS.

VectorCAST's Unit Test Automation and Structural Code Coverage is data driven, making it the only test automation platform capable of minimising the on-target memory requirement for all aspects of test case data where cycles of 100k to 1M or more are required.

The impact of this combined capability, VectorCAST and Trace32, affects all of the supported hardware from Microprocessors such as ARM, Imagination Technologies, MIPS, Freescale/NXP, Fujitsu, Intel and AMD as well as microcontrollers such as TI (Including Hercules), ST-Micro, DSPs from Analog Devices, CPLDs from Altera, Xilinx and many more.




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