Green Hills Software's SuperTrace Probe v3 can capture up to 4 GB of trace data at clock speeds up to 1.2 GHz (trace port speeds over 300 MHz). These capabilities combine with the TimeMachine Debugging Suite of trace analysis tools to enable you to:
- Fix bugs faster
- Optimize with ease
- Test with confidence
With its exceptionally large storage capability, the SuperTrace Probe can collect billions of trace frames, radically extending the capture window to help you find more bugs faster and easier than ever. Conventional trace hardware offers only a small fraction of this depth, limiting visibility to brief execution segments that have to be collected using carefully-defined triggers that are time-consuming and tedious to devise.
Green Hills Probe
The Green Hills Probe is an advanced hardware debug device that connects to the onboard debug ports present on most modern microprocessors, such as IEEE 1149.1 JTAG and BDM. With support for more than one thousand devices from over thirty manufacturers, a flexible electrical interface, and out-of-the-box support for the largest multicore systems, the Green Hills Probe provides fast, reliable debugging, programming, and system visibility to projects present and future.
The Green Hills Probe supports more than one thousand devices from over thirty manufacturers with a flexible electrical interface and out-of-the-box support for the largest multicore systems. This flexible workhorse provides fast and reliable debugging, programming, and system visibility to projects present and future.