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July 8, 2016

Percepio Launches Tracealyzer for Micrium’s µC/OS-III with Streaming Trace

Leading embedded software tracing tool upgrade available for licenced µC/Trace users

Västerås, Sweden, 7th July 2016 – Percepio AB, the Swedish developer of RTOS visualization tools, today announced the launch of Tracealyzer for Micrium’s µC/OS-III® with streaming trace. The new Tracealyzer for µC/OS-III is built on Percepio’s latest Tracealyzer 3.0 platform and contains its streaming trace recorder, which allows for capturing arbitrarily long trace recordings as well as the traditional snapshot (RAM buffer) recorder. The new Tracealyzer for µC/OS-III is an easy upgrade for licensed users of µC/Trace.

Percepio founder and CEO Dr. Johan Kraft said “Having Micrium’s µC/OS-III under the Tracealyzer umbrella will benefit its users and enable us to provide the same level of support and frequent updates as our other Tracealyzer products.”

“There are many challenges related to products incorporating an RTOS, which often aren’t revealed until the product has been up and running for some time,” said Jean Labrosse, president and CEO of Micrium. “What Percepio has achieved with Tracealyzer is to remove the guesswork of designing an RTOS-based system. It’s ability to record and then analyze what’s happening potentially over hours of run-time, gives developers a view into their system that would be impossible to have otherwise."

Percepio’s market-leading visualization offers 25+ views, which are cleverly interconnected to allow viewing the trace from multiple perspectives, including CPU usage, memory allocation, task synchronization and communication, in parallel with custom application logging.

About Micrium

Micrium is a global RTOS leader for microprocessor, microcontroller and DSP-based devices. µC/OS™ is the leading commercial RTOS for embedded systems, and features a wide array of connectivity options. Micrium® Spectrum™ is a pre-integrated end-to-end portfolio of embedded software, protocol stacks and cloud services to facilitate development of the IoT from device to the cloud. Micrium’s RTOS kernel and software components are recognized for unparalleled reliability, performance, dependability, impeccable source code and extensive documentation. They are ideally suited to all embedded vertical markets, with solutions certified to meet rigorous safety-critical standards for industries such as medical electronics, avionics and industrial control. For additional information, visit: http://www.micrium.com

About Percepio AB 

Founded in 2009 and based in Västerås, Sweden, Percepio is a developer of highly visual runtime diagnostics tools for embedded and Linux-based software. Percepio’s tool family Tracealyzer provides an unprecedented level of insight into the runtime world of embedded software, which facilitates understanding, troubleshooting and optimization. Tracealyzer gives embedded software developers better means to create more robust and efficient software, on time and within budget. Percepio collaborates with several leading vendors of operating systems for embedded software.

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