Monthly Archives: May 2015

What’s New at Kozio – May 2015

blog-banner-customer-storyMay was a great month for us. Our new line of embedded tools are gaining traction and positive reviews. Several customers have been able to produce optimal DDR settings that solved issues with new memory topologies and solved issues when ramping through temperatures. In addition, our new hardware interface test tool is gaining momentum and our device programming tool will be released next month. Lastly, we released a new vAccess™ that significantly improves performance for both customers and partners. Read more

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DDR Optimization and HW Testing for i.MX 6DualLite Board Designs

VTOS DDR & VTOS ScanKozio is expanding its support of the i.MX6 processor family from Freescale. Both VTOS DDR™ and VTOS Scan™ are being released with added support for the i.MX 6DualLite (i.MX6DL) with dual ARM® Cortex®-A9 cores. These products provide DDR validation and board-level testing for the entire line of i.MX6 processors. Read more

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Customer Story: Success Finding DDR Settings across Temps

blog-banner-customer-storyKozio provided a DDR calibration and validation tool that was used to find optimal DDR settings on an ARM® Cortex®-M4 board design. The customer used VTOS DDR™ to find DDR settings that worked across all temperatures. DDR settings obtained from two other tools did not work. Read more

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DDR Optimization, HW Testing, and Programming for Zynq SoCs

VTOS ToolsIf you are looking for embedded tools that will save you months of effort optimizing and validating your Zynq-based design, we have just announced support. Kozio will release a DDR calibration and optimization tool, a hardware interface test tool, and a device programming tool for board designs using the Zynq All Programmable SoCs. Read more

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