Full support from Lauterbach TRACE32 Power Tools For Cortus APS3 CPU

Lauterbach and Cortus are pleased to announce that the Lauterbach
TRACE32 Power Tools now fully support the Cortus APS3 family of
The power of Lauterbach’s TRACE32 Power Tools is now available for
the Cortus APS3 family of ultra low power embedded CPUs. Non-intrusive
debugging over JTAG is supported giving engineers full visibility of
program execution and profiling analysis enhancing product development
times. It offers full support for the Cortus On-Chip debugging hardware
and all processor features.

Lauterbach’s TRACE32 PowerDebug for the Cortus APS3 family of
processors provides an ultra-high-speed interface accelerating the
entire debug process including code download, flash programming and
source code debugging. The tools can be connected to either Windows or
Linux hosts via USB 2.0 or Ethernet 10/100/1000. The TRACE32 PowerView
software includes a very efficient and user friendly HLL debugger for C
and C++ as well as awareness for real-time operating systems.

The Cortus APS3 processor family are designed specifically for
embedded systems. They feature a tiny silicon footprint (the same size
as an 8051), very low power consumption, high code density and high
performance. The ecosystem around the APS3 is rich and well developed,
it includes a full development environment (for C and C++), peripherals
typical of embedded systems, bus bridges to ensure easy interfacing to
other IP and system support and functions such as cache and memory
management units. For the most demanding designs the APS3 can be used in
a multi-core configuration. The APS3 processor core is currently in
production in a range of products from security applications to ultra
low power RF designs. 


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