Haliplex, a leading manufacturer of next-generation edge access and multiplexing solutions, estimates that it is saving hundreds of thousands of dollars by using XJTAG’s IEEE Std. 1149.x boundary scan system to debug prototypes and to test production units.
Wavecom, a leading provider of embedded wireless technology for M2M (Machine to Machine) communication, has adopted the XJTAG IEEE Std. 1149.x boundary scan system as the platform for developing and testing its WMP100 Wireless Microprocessor-based turnkey systems.
XJTAG has significantly improved the speed of Flash programming of its XJTAG boundary scan system with the introduction of XJFlash. The XJFlash module can achieve close to theoretical programming times for a given flash device.
Boundary scan solutions have traditionally been considered so expensive that Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SMEs) could only rarely afford them. In Germany, the worlds 3rd largest economy and heavily reliant on its engineering, manufacturing and automotive sectors, roughly 70% of the working population is employed in an SME. With its transparent and calculable price policy, XJTAG provides cost effective solutions that can be used throughout the entire product life cycle - from design development to test and production.
XJTAG has signed a new distribution agreement with Fuji Setsubi, a market leading provider of software and hardware solutions for the embedded systems market. Fuji Setsubi will be selling the XJTAG system into its established base of embedded electronics engineering customers in Japan.