ARM today announced support for the ARM® High-Speed Serial Trace Port (HSSTP) specification and the Marvell® SETM protocol in ARM DS software development tools.
The new ARM DSTREAM HSSTP probe takes advantage of serial transmit ports available on compatible SoCs to achieve higher trace data bandwidth while using fewer pins than parallel trace ports. This enables, for instance, the collection and analysis of highly detailed instruction and data trace at a 1- lane (2 pin) rate of up to 12.5 Gbit/s.
The new probe supports ARM HSSTP-compatible SoCs featuring 1 to 6 lanes, up to a combined data rate of 20 Gbit/s. The DSTREAM HSSTP probe is sold as an extension to the existing ARM DSTREAM debug unit, and is supported by ARM DS-5 Development Studio Professional and Ultimate editions.
Product availability from October 2014.
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