11/15/2002 - American Arium, an industry leader in software debug and integration tool development, introduced the GS-1000, Ariumís newest emulator for the ARM market. The emulator offers superb run control and a number of unique features, including a single window for viewing memory-mapped I/O devices and a JTAG rate of up to 20 MHz. Packaged with Ariumís flagship SourcePointTM software interface, the debug solution supports full ARM® and Thumb® instruction sets and is designed for use with todayís most popular compilers.
"While many of our ARM customers love our debugging interface, some of them feel they donít need trace capability," said Todd Selbo, Product Marketing Manager. "With the GS-1000, we can give them just the features they want at an attractive price point."
The GS-1000 supports the full instruction set for ARM9/ARM9E, including the 920T, 922T, 940T, 946E-S, and 966E-S and is designed for use with ARM ADS 1.1 and 1.2 as well as other tools employing the elf/dwarf2 file format. The GS-1000 has been developed to support Intel® XScaleTM processors, coinciding with the release of the upcoming version of American Ariumís SourcePointTM software at the end of the year. Free upgrades will be supplied to customers who have purchased units within 90 days of the release.
The GS-1000 emulator, coupled with an ARM personality probe and the SourcePointTM debugger, starts at $4,000. The product is available now.
About American Arium American
Arium, a privately held corporation, is a manufacturer of hardware and software development tools supporting Intel® and ARM® processors. American Arium tools are used worldwide to debug software such as BIOS, device drivers, OS kernels, and embedded applications. The company can be reached at 14811 Myford Road, Tustin, CA 92780. Telephone: (877)-508-3970 toll free or (714) 731-1661. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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