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SEGGER J-Trace & J-Link support for Hilscher netX90

Monheim, Germany – July 15th, 2019

SEGGER added support for the latest Hilscher multiprotocol SoC “netX90” to J-Trace and J-Link.

Software engineers working with Hilscher’s netX90 can now enjoy not only the high download speeds of the J-Link and advanced features, such as breakpoints in flash memory, but also the additional features brought to the table by J-Trace-PRO, such as live code profiling and coverage.

The SEGGER J-Link / J-Trace is the most popular family of debug and trace probes on the market. It is tool chain independent and supports GDB, LLVM/Clang as well as most commercial tool chains. J-Trace PRO works with all currently available Cortex-M devices with ETM trace output.

“The increasing complexity of System-on-Chips (SoC) makes system verification even more important.  Hilscher’s netX90 is a prime example of why modern developers should use J-Trace PRO, which offers streaming trace and simply works!”, says Alex Grüner, CTO at SEGGER. “The ability to log the program flow over long periods of time can catch even the most elusive bugs.”

For more details on how to use the trace features with Hilscher netX90, please visit the SEGGER Wiki: https://wiki.segger.com/Tracing_on_Hilscher_netX90

“SEGGER is well known for providing powerful, easy to use, reliable tools to software engineers. We are very excited to have J-Link and J-Trace out-of-the-box support for our netX90.”, says Sebastian Hilscher, Division Manager Development.

For more information about J-Trace, please go to: https://www.segger.com/products/debug-probes/j-trace/

About SEGGER

SEGGER Microcontroller has over twenty-five years of experience in Embedded Computer Systems, producing state-of-the-art middleware, and offering a full set of hardware tools (for development and production) and software tools.

SEGGER provides an RTOS plus communication and security software, so developers get a head start, benefiting from SEGGER’s decades of experience in the industry.

SEGGER’s professional software libraries and tools for Embedded System development are designed for simple usage and are optimized for the requirements imposed by resource-constrained embedded systems. The company also supports the entire development process, with affordable, high-quality, flexible, easy-to-use tools, and middleware components.

The company was founded by Rolf Segger in 1992, is privately held, and is growing steadily. With now over 50 employees, the majority are engineers headquartered in Germany. SEGGER also has a large U.S. office in the Boston area and branch operations in the U.K and U.S. Silicon Valley, plus distributors on most continents, meaning SEGGER’s full product range is offered worldwide.

Why SEGGER?

In short, SEGGER has a full set of tools for embedded systems, offers support through the entire development process, and has decades of experience as the Embedded Experts.

In addition, SEGGER software is not covered by an open-source or required-attribution license and can be integrated in any commercial or proprietary product, without the obligation to disclose the combined source.

Finally, SEGGER offers stability in an often volatile industry making SEGGER a very reliable partner for long-term relationships.

For additional information please visit: www.segger.com

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