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Posts tagged with 'hardware simulator'

14 Jan, 2014

Ricardo Anguiano Software development on early stage custom hardware platforms is not for mere mortals. The hardware isn’t finished yet, so the software team must wait for prototype boards to arrive. Then there’s the build, flash, test and debug cycle. Traditional, JTAG and printf-style debugging are hard enough but when application performance must be improved, there’s when the real wizardry takes … Read More

Sourcery CodeBench Virtual Edition, Sourcery Analyzer, virtual prototype, Bare Metal, Cortex-A9, ARM, Vista, OpenGL, Performance Analysis, GPU, hardware simulator

2 Dec, 2013

Ricardo Anguiano Coinciding with the Fall 2013 release of our Sourcery CodeBench embedded software development tools, Mentor Graphics is making available a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 Vista Virtual Prototype Simulator.  The simulator will be available for free to our Professional Edition customers, boots Mentor Embedded Linux, and works seamlessly with Sourcery CodeBench to provide a debug experience free from embedded … Read More

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