News - TRACE32 supports GTM on Arm Cortex based SoCs

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Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn, 15-Feb-2022


TRACE32® supports GTM on Arm® Cortex® based SoCs

The Generic Timer Module (GTM) ensures accurate multi-input data acquisition and multi-output signal generation. It serves in many automotive applications as a coprocessor. Lauterbach is proud to extend support for GTM debug and trace support to include SoCs based on Cortex-A/-R/-M. The TRACE32 debug support provides all the standard debug features which includes the recently added GTM on-chip breakpoints. TRACE32 GTM tracing offers MCS, ARU and I/O recording and profiling.

According to Stephan Lauterbach, General Manager, “Our mission has always been to provide complete debug support for all cores in an SoC. With the addition of GTM to the Arm Cortex platform, it was natural that Lauterbach would continue this trend, providing world leading debug and trace tools to our customers.”

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