Kane Computing Debugs, Emulates TI DSPs Through the Web

5/28/2003 - Kane Computing announces a new high speed Internet/Intranet debugger for use with Texas Instruments Digital Signal Processors. Easily plugged into any Companies 100M/10M Ethernet LAN, the new TDS560LAN emulator supports multiple users who wish to share expensive DSP hardware.

Richard White of Kane Computing stated "the TDS560LAN emulator is especially useful for mobile development, using a laptop computer or for debugging directly through Internet Explorer".

The TDS560LAN is claimed to be an independent embedded system and all emulation related functions are handled independently in the emulator itself, requiring no special software in the client PC.

The TDS560LAN complies fully with the Texas Instruments XDS560 specification and is thus able to offer high speed Real-Time Data Exchange (RTDX), up to 2Mbytes per second, supports advanced event triggering, automatic TCLK adjustment and fast download speeds.

About Kane Computing Ltd
KCL has been providing Image Processing, DSP and high performance computing products for use in industry, education and research since 1987. KCL started life as Sension Advanced Computing, designing, manufacturing and supplying parallel processing products based around the Inmos transputer. In 1995 it became part of Kane International Ltd and subsequently changed its name to Kane Computing. In October 2001 Kane Computing became an independent Company, Kane Computing Ltd. KCL are now regarded as the primary source of fully supported development tools for Texas Instruments series of DSPs in the United Kingdom. KCL provide a whole range of products based around Texas Instrument's TMS320 range of DSP's. This includes starter kits, development systems, application boards and emulators. KCL has a policy of continual improvement and operates its business in accordance with the requirements of ISO9001:2000.

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