Application developers have had to rely on using standard I/O channels to try to obtain debug and trace information from their systems. Things have just changed...
At ARM Technology Conference 2010 (Techcon) you can see a demonstration of the System Trace Macrocell (STM) with LTTng tools that shows how dedicated trace hardware allows developers to capture trace of the system and the software that’s running on it. Trace is delivered in a clear format using open-source tools and does not compromise standard I/O in any way.
Come to ARM Techcon 2010 at Santa Clara convention Centre to discover more about STM, CoreSight and the new range of benefits that it offers to system and application developers.
CoreSight & STM activities at ARM Techcon Santa Clara 9-11 November 2010:
System Trace Macrocell demonstration. Trace capture and analysis from a dual-core Cortex-A5 using LTTng tools. Show floor, ARM booth #300 Wednesday/Thursday.
[ATC-132] CoreSight™ Debugging with Cortex™-A, Cortex™-R and Cortex™M Family Processors
Speaker: Bob Boys (Product Manager, ARM)
Date/Time: Wednesday (November 10, 2010) 10:30am — 11:20am
Location (room): 207
[ATC-147] CoreSight Debug and Test Gets Secure Access
Speaker: Craig Rawlings (Director, Product Management, Certicom Corp.)
Date/Time: Thursday (November 11, 2010) 10:30am — 11:20am
Location (room): 203
[SS-ARM10] Better System Visibility Tuning
Speaker: Serge Poublan (Product Marketing Manager, ARM)
Date/Time: Thursday (November 11, 2010) 3:00pm — 3:50pm
Location (room): 204
Learn more about CoreSight online and download the STM whitepaper:
Alex Growcoot, CoreSight Product Manager, ARM, Alex has worked at ARM for over ten years as a technical support specialist manager in the tools division of ARM. He has recently taken on the role of product manager for CoreSight: “This is a really exciting development for CoreSight and ARM. As someone with a background in application development and software tools for embedded systems it’s great to see that application developers now have full access to the power of the ARM debug and trace logic.”
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