9/23/2002 - American Arium, an industry leader in software debug and integration tool development, announced production release of SourcePointTM 5.1, its latest debug solution for Intel processors. The software is designed to work with Intelís 32- and 64-bit architecture, including the newly released Intel® Itanium® 2 processors, designed for enterprise-class computing, and the Intel Pentium® and XeonTM processors. The software is also designed to support other IA-32 and IA-64 Intel processors expected to be announced by the end of the year.
"Much of the work that went into SourcePoint 5.1 was done to support Intelís latest processors and those coming soon, and is transparent to the end user," said Steve Blair, vice president of Engineering. "We also used this opportunity to add and modify several features to improve the debug experience."
Key among those improvements are:
SourcePoint 5.1 offers outstanding run control and exceptional visibility to code via a series of intuitive screens and dialogs with numerous viewing options. SourcePoint 5.1 works in real time with all processors and core frequencies; it works with todayís most popular compiler toolchains and supports industry standard input file formats, and includes a robust command language.
SourcePoint 5.1 currently ships with all American Arium emulators designed to support platforms incorporating Intel processors, and is available now to current users under STAR-1 warranty support.
About American Arium
American Arium was founded in 1977 and 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 is a member of ARMís DevZoneTM and Alteraís Excalibur Partner Program.
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