Artur Jutman, 10th of November, Munich, exhibition grounds. "This is absolutely fantastic" - a typical feedback that I pleasantly hear from respected audience as we are displaying our Flash Accelerator IP and accompanyig software at the GOEPEL booth A1.351.
To be correct, GOEPEL electronic, a Jena, Germany based company is displaying the first ChipVORX® product (an ultra fast flash programmer) that we at Testonica Lab have proudly developed in very tight cooperation with GOEPEL electronic's engineers.
GOEPEL electronic, world-class vendor of JTAG/Boundary Scan solutions announces the first product based on its new ChipVORX® technology at the International Test Conference (ITC'2010) in Austin, TX, USA. The new ChipVORX® based embedded instrumentation solution, developed in cooperation with the Tallinn/Estonia based Company Testonica Lab within the frame of the GATE alliance, is structured modularly as a set of ChipVORX® models and intelligent IPs.
At the International Test Conference (ITC'2010) in Austin, TX, USA, GOEPEL electronic, world-class vendor of JTAG/Boundary Scan solutions announces the development of a new ChipVORX® technology enabling support of embedded test instrumentation in connection with JTAG/Boundary Scan.
Testonica Lab has signed a distribution agreement with France/Rennes based company ASTER Technologies. In frames of this agreement Testonica will distribute ASTER products: TestWay and TestWay Express (testability analyzers), QuadView (doc, layout, schematic and virtual schematic viewers, test program quality reports), QUAD (quality adviser), TPQR (Test Program Quality Report), and WildScan (boundary-scan test conversion) on the territory of Baltic states.
In the frames of GOEPEL's GATE™ program Testonica Lab develops processor' models that enable emulation-based test of PCBs.
The set of supported processors for emulation-based board test is now extended by newly delivered model of Freescale i.MX27 processor. i.MX27 is a multimedia applications processor based on ARM926EJ core featuring h.264 D1 hardware codec for high-resolution video processing, an Ethernet 10/100 MAC, security management, plug-and-play connectivity and extended power management.