7/3/2003 - American Arium, an industry leader in software debug and integration tool development, announced its latest debug solution with the Arium SourcePointTM 5.3 debugger and the new ECM-50 emulator. These newest software and hardware options offer full support for systems incorporating Intel® Pentium® processor families.
"We made a number of significant improvements in our previous version of SourcePoint for ARM-based targets," according to Jeff Acampora, vice president of Sales & Marketing for Arium. "Now we have taken many of those same features and improved functionality and incorporated them into SourcePoint 5.3 for IA-32 and IA-64 targets. At the same time, we're introducing the Arium ECM-50 emulator, the successor to our popular ECM-20. The ECM-50 supports the latest Intel processors in the X86 arena as well as future processor designs."
In addition to updating SourcePoint to work with the latest Intel processors, several new features have been added, some of which are listed below.
The ECM-50/SourcePoint 5.3 combination offers exceptional integrated trace (where available) and outstanding run control, giving the program developer unsurpassed visibility to code via a series of intuitive screens and dialogs with numerous viewing options. SourcePoint operates in real time at all core frequencies and works with today's most popular toolchains. It supports industry-standard input file formats and includes a robust C-like command language.
SourcePoint 5.3 and the ECM-50 are available now.
About American Arium
American Arium, a privately held corporation, is a supplier of hardware and software development tools for Intel IA-32 and IA-64 processors and Intel® XScaleTM processors. The company also supports other ARM-based ASICs. American Arium tools are used worldwide to debug software in embedded applications, BIOS, device drivers, and OS kernels. American Arium is a member of the Intel Communications Alliance.
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