This announcement builds on Lauterbach’s already extensive support for the MIPS architecture, including the MIPS32 M4K core, bringing the TRACE32 debugging solution to the award-winning M14K core family. Lauterbach is also supporting the optional iFlowtrace.
“Lauterbach has worked with MIPS Technologies for many years in support of its industry-standard architectures and cores. With TRACE32, the many developers who are creating products around MIPS have access to a full range of debug functionality, from bootstrap code to interrupt routines and drivers,” said Norbert Weiss, International Sales & Marketing Manager at Lauterbach.
M14K cores use code compression technology to deliver 1.5 DMIPS/MHz while minimising code size.