ASSET announced the ScanWorks High-Speed IO (HSIO) Toolkit for PC Client, which is a web-based tool for validating and debugging circuit board designs targeting future 22nm based Intel Core processors for the desktop and mobile applications. ScanWorks HSIO Toolkit includes tools that provide detailed information on DDR3, PCI-Express Graphics (PEG), and Direct Media Interface (DMI) buses. The ScanWorks HSIO Toolkit for PC Client is available now. A 90-day license costs $1,995.
Express Logic’s PrismX GUI software development solution now supports the STMicroelectronics STM32 processor family. PrismX is a ThreadX RTOS-integrated port of Blue Water Embedded’s Prism technology. It is ideal for resource-constrained devices such as STMicroelectronics Cortex-M3-based STM32. PrismX features a high-performance graphical drawing library and a GUI widget set for the STM32 platform. PrismX for the STM32F10C is available in full source code form, royalty free. License prices start at $9,500.
Renesas Electronics announced the Velocity Lab, which is a suite of embedded systems development components. Velocity Lab enables engineers to develop embedded solutions quickly, easily and cost-effectively. Velocity Lab supports Renesas’ 90-nanometer (nm) SH7254x and SH7253x MCU families for powertrain applications. Renesas is also developing a Velocity Lab solution for the R8C and the V850 microcontroller families and expects to also port the solution to the RX Group and other MCUs in the future.
DiSTI rolled out GL Studio Version 4.1. The latest release will increase the user’s ability to create high fidelity HMI content and reduce the entire production timeline. GL Studio was originally released in 2000 as the first toolkit of its kind to apply the power of object-oriented C++ code generation to graphical interface application development. A decade later, GL Studio is now a highly regarded tool for the rapid development of high fidelity graphical interfaces. GL Studio 4.1 is available now.
National Instruments introduced LabWindows/CVI 2009, which is an ANSI C development environment for building reliable test and measurement solutions. The new features in LabWindows/CVI 2009 build on the software development platform with support for new PC technologies, such as Microsoft Windows 7 and 64-bit operating system development and deployment. In addition, the latest version introduces new tools for run-time analysis and easier user interface design to help create more reliable applications in a shorter amount of time.