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Applied Microsystems announces Embedded Linux test/analysis tools

Jun 25, 2002 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

Redmond, WA — (press release excerpt) — Applied Microsystems Corp. announces today its entry into the embedded Linux market with the introduction of its popular CodeTEST for Embedded Linux software test and analysis tool suite. CodeTEST for Embedded Linux is engineered to support all variations of embedded Linux — especially MontaVista Linux, the industry's most widely used Linux development platform… for embedded systems.

For the first time, developers and testers will have the ability to conduct highly accurate and comprehensive software performance testing, memory testing, RTOS and source code level execution trace, and code coverage on applications based on an embedded Linux platform.

Embedded Linux users can use CodeTEST to improve the speed and efficiency of their applications, prevent crashes due to memory leaks and errors, analyze test effectiveness, and expedite mission-critical system certifications. CodeTEST ACT Applied's Advanced Coverage Tool is now also available to embedded Linux developers for the first time, opening up new opportunities for developers in the avionics industry who need 'Level A' coverage and who seek to expedite the FAA's DO-178B tool qualification process.

Available immediately, CodeTEST for Embedded Linux is sold as a complete suite or as separate modules for performance, memory, trace, coverage and advanced coverage.

 
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