IAR Systems launched version 6.5 of the IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM. The latest version includes expanded integration and new functionality. In addition, enhancements to the optimization technology in the powerful IAR C/C++ Compiler result in even faster code execution. The new version of the embedded workbench tool also includes a new License Management System (LMS) that adds features such as commuter licenses, automatic license activation and support for virtual servers. The new LMS makes it easy for customers to administer and manage licenses.
Atego rolled out version six of Perc Ultra virtual machine and tool set for real-time embedded systems. Aonix Perc Ultra 6 features Java 6 language support, a new high-performance Low Level Virtual Machine (LLVM) compiler, a graphical console, and the new Virtual File System. Aonix Perc Ultra 6 is available now with development tools on Linux or Windows platforms (including Windows 7), and supports Linux and RTOS execution on a number of target processors.
Synopsys introduced Design Compiler 2010. The tool enables RTL designers to perform floorplan exploration within the synthesis environment to efficiently achieve an optimal floorplan. Design Compiler’s new scalable infrastructure tuned for multicore processors results in 2X faster synthesis runtimes on four cores. Design Compiler 2010 reduces iterations and run times in physical implementation.
Wind River introduced Wind River Workbench 3.2, Wind River On-Chip Debugging 3.2, and Wind River Compiler 5.8. The latest suite of development tools reduce device software development cycles, eliminate project delays, and accelerate time-to-market. The latest tools are ideal for automotive, industrial, and networking applications. Wind River Workbench 3.2, Wind River On-Chip Debugging 3.2, and Wind River Compiler 5.8 are available now.