Wind River Workbench On-Chip Debugging 3.1.1 features extended support for Freescale, Intel, and RMI processors. Wind River On-Chip Debugging is a comprehensive development tools solution that includes Wind River Workbench On-Chip Debugging, a collection of software tools based on the Eclipse framework; Wind River ICE 2, a high-performance, multicore-capable JTAG debug unit; and Wind River Probe, an entry level, portable JTAG debug unit. Wind River Workbench On-Chip Debugging 3.1.1 will be available in July 2009.
Wind River On-Chip Debugging solution currently supports a wide range of processor architectures — including ARM, MIPS, Power Architecture, and ColdFire. With Wind River Workbench On-Chip Debugging 3.1.1, Wind River will extend support for Freescale’s QorlQ P2020, Intel Atom, and RMI XLR and XLS processors. The new processor support in Workbench On-Chip Debugging 3.1.1 also includes coverage for new processors — such as Broadcom BCM7335, Freescale’s I.MX35, MPC560X, and MPC8536, and Texas Instruments OMAP 3530.
The Wind River On-Chip Debugging solution is ideal for all phases of the development lifecycle, from board bring-up to device driver development, kernel stabilization, and system integration. The solution is extensible to easily add support for additional device architectures and processors.
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