Monthly Archives: September 2014

What’s New at Kozio – September 2014

whats-newKozio news update emailed on September 30, 2014 Read more

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VTOS™ Support for the Freescale QorIQ P5 Family of Processors

blog-banner-vtos-suiteKozio released VTOS™ support for the Freescale QorIQ P5 family of processors. This release of VTOS provides a verification package and Embedded Verification IP for the P5020 and P5040 family members. A pre-built configuration kit is available for the Freescale P5040RDB reference board. Use VTOS Builder to configure VTOS for an evaluation board or your custom P5 board and begin verifying from day one. Read more

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Kozio Showcases VTOS on Virtual System Prototypes

Kozio announces partnership with Carbon Design Systems, a provider of cycle-accurate virtual system prototypes. The partnership combines Kozio’s light-weight verification software with Carbon’s virtual system prototypes, providing faster verification and characterization for SoC designers. Read more

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Configure, verify and tune DDR for MPC83xx PowerPC – VTOS DDR

blog-banner-vtos-ddrWe have released a new VTOS DDR™ package supporting board designs using MPC83xx processors from Freescale.
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Everything you need to identify faulty interconnects on your PCB

VTOS Scan VTOS Scan™ is a low-cost software product that provides everything you need to identify interconnect faults and component placement problems on your printed circuit board. VTOS Scan is also a powerful standalone debug tool – quickly finding problems that prevent other embedded software from running. Read more

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VTOS DDR released for Sitara AM335x

blog-banner-vtos-ddrWe have released a new VTOS DDR™ package supporting board designs using Sitara AM335x processors from Texas Instruments.
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