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BOSTON – Feb. 28th, 2012 - P&E Microcomputer Systems Inc., an industry trendsetter in hardware and software development tools for Freescale microcontrollers, is introducing a series of hardware and software development tools that support Freescale’s new S12ZVM device family. This support includes a sub-$1000 trace interface, low-cost development interfaces, debug and programming software, and production programming equipment.

P&E’s TraceLink is the first trace product on the market that allows developers to capture real-time external trace information from Freescale’s S12ZVM device family. Developers facing ever-increasing speed and complexity will benefit significantly from the insight that this feature provides into the real-time execution of their code. “The TraceLink brings the highest level of debug capability to Freescale’s new S12ZVM device family while maintaining an affordable, sub-$1000 price point” says Edison Tam, chief architect of the TraceLink product. “With a huge amount of on-board memory, the TraceLink can continuously record processor events without having to stop or disturb the running application which is extremely important to our customers.”

“We are excited to work closely with P&E Microcomputer Systems on the new TraceLink development tool. This product allows developers to capture real-time external trace information from the S12ZVM device as it runs.” Said Steve Pancoast, vice president of Freescale’s Automotive, Industrial & Multi-market Product Solutions group.  “Given the large amount of trace storage, the TraceLink can continuously record processor events without having to stop or disturb the running application, which is extremely important to many of our customers. Equally significant, this industry-turning product will be available at competitive pricing.” 

The S12ZVM family of devices is also supported by the Multilink Universal and Multilink Universal FX development interfaces, and by the Cyclone PRO flash-programming interface offered by P&E Microcomputer Systems. The Multilink Universal and Multilink Universal FX are ideal for design and development, while the advanced production features of the Cyclone PRO is irreplaceable in a fast-paced manufacturing environment. The Cyclone is designed to provide the highest level of flexibility, and features an on-board LCD, Ethernet/USB/Serial interface support, and internal memory capable of storing multiple FLASH images for different manufacturing applications. 

Media Contact:
Keith McNeil
P&E Microcomputer Systems, Inc.
(617) 923-0053 xt 713
keith.mcneil (at) pemicro.com


 







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