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Old 04-29-2006, 12:33 PM   #1
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LXer: Development tools accelerate the ARM race


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Computer Solutions has been appointed UK distributor for the Embest range of ARM development tools. These include UNetICE, a low-cost, high-speed JTAG emulator for ARM processors, debugging and Flash programming software to support it and a wide range of ARM evaluation boards. UNetICE connects the USB or Ethernet port of a PC to the JTAG interface of the ARM target board and allows Flash programming and debugging.

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