IDE Addresses Processor-Based ICs

Oct. 8, 2008
Targeting microprocessor-based devices including ASSPs, ASICs, and SoCs, the IDEx integrated development environment (IDE) promises semiconductor designers faster time to market plus significantly lower software costs. It is available in UNIX, Linux,

Targeting microprocessor-based devices including ASSPs, ASICs, and SoCs, the IDEx integrated development environment (IDE) promises semiconductor designers faster time to market plus significantly lower software costs. It is available in UNIX, Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows versions, and custom plug-ins are available for any embedded processor, IP core, interface, or unique product. Typical configurations include a graphical user interface (GUI) and debugging and core-development toolsets. A complete system that allows users to write, build, and debug software can be available within a few weeks. CAMBRIDGE CONSULTANTS LTD, Cambridge, UK. +44 (0)1223 420024.

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