TUSTIN, CA--(Marketwire - Oct 19, 2012) - Arium today announced support for Intel® Architectural Event Trace (AET). This technology was introduced in the 2nd/3rd Generation Intel® Core processor family. Instrumentation of software execution without code modification is realized through a profile of the Architectural events.
Arium's LX-1000 hardware-assisted debugger can capture up to 2 GBytes of AET events. Occurrences such as interrupts, exceptions, RDMSR, WRMSR, In/Out instructions, Code/Data Breakpoints, SMI, MWAIT, etc. can stored along with time-stamp information. AET helps track code execution paths by showing a trace of events that occurred.
Coupled with the Arium LX-1000, the recently released version of SourcePoint™ 7.10 offers developers a unique view of Intel architecture. Arium provides graphical user interfaces that correlate software running on the target with time-stamped AET events. Programmers can view source code, code execution trace, and AET events simultaneously and time-aligned. The resulting features can be a powerful tool for BIOS, United Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI), and device driver developers.
Arium, a privately held company headquartered in Tustin, CA, is a supplier of hardware and software development tools for Intel® Atom™, Intel® Pentium®, Intel® Celeron®, Intel® Core™, and Intel® Xeon® Processor Families, among others. Arium tools are used worldwide to debug software in embedded Linux applications, BIOS, device drivers, and OS kernels. Arium is a proud member of the Intel Intelligent Systems Alliance, and for many years has teamed with Intel to develop hardware-assisted development tools. Arium also provides ARM developers with feature-rich, advanced development tools.
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