XJTAG launches version 3.0 of its industry-leading boundary scan development system. Crucial development tools such as XJAnalyser and XJDeveloper have been upgraded to run more effectively. To celebrate the new release, XJTAG is offering the chance to win a Raspberry Pi in the monthly 'crack the safe' competition.
World leading boundary scan supplier XJTAG and EDA Technology provider Mentor Graphics are holding a series of free technical seminars in South Africa next week, in partnership with South African distributor, ASIC Design Services.
XJTAG today releases version 2.7 of its industry-leading boundary scan software which is now available with network licensing, allowing corporations to share the use of their XJTAG licences across multiple sites nationally or internationally.
The collaborative approach of the Mega UK Expo is the key to refocusing international interest in UK Research and Development (R&D), according to Simon Payne CEO XJTAG. The event sees eight manufacturing / technology exhibitions co-located at the NEC (18-19 April), drawing interest from a wide range of overseas visitors.
XJQuad is a cost-effective four-port JTAG adaptor targeted at manufacturers. Using a single USB 2.0 port on the PC, it provides high speed JTAG access to allow simultaneous boundary scan testing of four circuit boards, each of which can be provided with up to four JTAG Test Access Ports.
XJTAG will be demonstrating its world leading JTAG boundary scan solution at two exhibitions this month: Embedded World, in Nuremberg, Germany, and IPC APEX, in San Diego, USA (both 28th February-1st March).
XJTAG's free boundary scan training workshops have proved so popular that the company, a leading global supplier of IEEE Std. 1149.x boundary scan development systems, intends to run them again throughout 2012.
The University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI), is working with XJTAG through its Worldwide University Programme, in order to introduce students to commercial-grade IEEE 1149.X JTAG compliant boundary scan tools.