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Lattix Architect 9.5 release with support for Compound Projects

  • Lattix announces the release of Lattix Architect 9.5 with support for Compound Projects. A compound project is a Lattix project that is created by combining multiple, smaller sub-projects. You can use compound projects when you're working with a large project, when you're dealing with multiple technologies, and when you're working with multiple versions of your system.

XJTAG Benelux case study Worldline, an Atos company

  • XJTAG Boundary Scan Wins the Trust of e-Payment Solutions Leader

    “e-payment solutions provider Worldline has chosen XJTAG boundary scan over its previous solution as part of a test strategy created to ensure absolute trust in the technology supporting its services. Aided by XJTAG’s test-development expertise, Worldline is benefiting from 30% higher test coverage, 60% lower test hardware costs and 50% faster test cycle time.”

New video tutorial on using the Watchpoints feature of the Atollic TrueSTUDIO debugger!

  • We have a new movie on how to use the Watchpoint feature of the Atollic TrueSTUDIO debugger to find tricky problems!

New video tutorial on using ITM/SWV tracing in Atollic TrueSTUDIO to measure the execution times of code blocks of any partition!

  • We have a new video tutorial on how to measure the execution time of a code block of any start/stop location, using the ITM (instruction trace macrocell) capabilities enabled by SWV (serial wire viewer) tracing in the Atollic TrueSTUDIO debugger!

Combining JTAG Boundary Scan with functional testing

  • Testing of medium-complexity printed circuit boards (PCBs) at the end of production has traditionally been carried out using in-circuit testing (ICT) and functional testing. Other test methods, such as costly optical and X-ray inspection, are often necessary to verify that BGAs are correctly placed. JTAG boundary scan however, can replace ICT as the natural counterpart to functional testing and make optical and X-rayinspection unnecessary.