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Software environment designed for visualization

Posted: 17 May 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:AXISView? system visualization? Radstone?

Radstone Embedded Computing announced AXISView, a suite of integrated graphic tools designed for system visualization.

AXISView comprises the following tools: HardwareView builds a graphical representation of the multiprocessor sub-system, and displays information about the system configuration; ApplicationView provides a graphical representation of the application; EventView is a multiprocessor event analyzer that allows event traces to be displayed in a graphical environment; ProcessView provides dynamic information on the CPU and memory utilization at the application task level; and DebugView is a multiprocessor debug tool.

The AXIS software architecture comprises two other integrated software elements. The AXISFlow Interprocessor Communications element provides scalable, reconfigurable interconnects that facilitate data transport between tasks, processors, boards and systems. AXISLib Optimized High Performance Digital Signal Processing Libraries support signal and vector processing functionality with algorithms tuned for the PowerPC AltiVec architecture.

"The key to enabling the rapid development of sophisticated multiprocessor systems is to help the developer manage complexity," said David Tetley, software engineering manager at Radstone. "AXISView does that by delivering capabilities that provide the developer with the ability to configure, download, run, debug and monitor a multiprocessor application from an integrated GUI environment, enabling efficient, high performance, reliable solutions to be deployed more quickly."

The AXISView is immediately availability.




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