UltraSoC Announces Integrated Multi-Core Debug, Visualization And Data Science / Analytics Suite

UltraSoC today announced UltraDevelop 2, a complete integrated development environment (IDE) that combines comprehensive debug, run control, and performance tuning with advanced visualization and data science capabilities for system-on-chip (SoC) development teams. Incorporating technology from UltraSoC partners Imperas and Percepio, UltraDevelop 2 unleashes the potential of UltraSoC’s system-level on-chip monitoring and analytics infrastructure, providing actionable insights to dramatically cut development costs, shorten time-to-revenue and improve product quality.

The new UltraDevelop tools suite delivers a holistic, system-level approach to SoC development and debug, allowing engineers to view and analyze the interlinked behavior of hardware, firmware and software at any level of abstraction – and to interactively switch between views and tools depending on the task at hand. UltraSoC’s newly developed data science extensions offer advanced capabilities such as anomaly detection, heat mapping and root cause analysis. Visualization capabilities based on Percepio’s Tracealyzer provide engineers with an integrated view of the operation of hardware and high-level software execution. The inclusion of Imperas’ MPD debugger enables support for today’s multi-core, multi-threaded platforms, including devices that combine cores based on different CPU architectures into complex heterogeneous systems.

UltraDevelop 2 is architected to give SoC designers an optimal blend of functionality and flexibility in their choice of development platform. The tools include a library of debug adapters to enable real-time run control of more than 20 processor core architectures from multiple vendors, including Arm, MIPS and RISC-V (as implemented by Andes, Esperanto and SiFive), amongst others. Within the unified Eclipse environment, teams can choose to deploy third-party tools from existing UltraSoC partners such as Lauterbach, with support for the underlying UltraSoC hardware capabilities; or they can opt for a pre-integrated configuration supplied by UltraSoC.

 

To read more, please visit: https://www.ultrasoc.com/ultrasoc-announces-integrated-multi-core-debug-visualization-data-science-analytics-suite/

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