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Smartbear TestComplete 9.0 set for Release with Advanced HTML5 Test Capability

SmartBear Software today announced TestComplete(TM) 9.0, the latest release of its award-winning automated testing tool. TestComplete 9.0 introduces a new approach to cross-browser testing that simplifies test

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Good Technology Chooses Veracode to Improve Mobile App Security

Veracode, Inc., the leader in cloud-based application security testing, today announced that Branchfire ( www.branchfire.com ) is one of the first companies to benefit from Veracode’s participation as a Good Dynamics Developer Network (GDN) partner. With roots in the mobile app development space, Branchfire is the

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TOSCA Testsuite Wins Best in Test 2012 Award

TRICENTIS®, a global leader in software testing and quality assurance, today announces that their flagship product, TOSCA Testsuite™, has been named Best in Test 2012 for Functional Testing.
The highly coveted award was announced at Design Con 2012 in Santa Clara, CA, a conference devoted to the design of electronic devices and systems.
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Growth in SaaS and Mobile Applications Increases Requirement for Software Security Testing at Scale

Veracode, Inc., the leader in cloud-based application security testing, today announced the availability of a whitepaper, ‘Outsourcing the problem of software security’, produced by primary research and analysis

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Coverity Development Testing Ensures Software Quality in Drager’s Life-Saving Medical Devices

Coverity, Inc., the development testing leader, announced today that Drager Medical GmbH, a leading international provider of medical devices and technology, has successfully deployed Coverity® Static Analysis as its development testing solution. Software code testing via static analysis is an FDA recommended testing activity according to the FDA General Principles

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PCTEST Enhances LTE Testing Capabilities with Additional Spirent Equipment

Spirent Communications, a leader in testing wireless networks, services and devices, today announced that PCTEST Engineering Laboratory, Inc. has expanded its automated mobile device testing capabilities with the

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Laplink Releases Free Windows® 8 Testing Tool

Laplink Software, Inc. today officially released PCmover® Windows® 8 Beta Assistant™, a free tool that makes testing Windows 8 more efficient and easily allows users to migrate selected programs, files and settings from a Windows 7 PC to a Windows 8 PC.
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Cyber Warfare Communications Effects Solution for Training Environments Announced

Scalable Network Technologies, Inc. (SNT), the leader in wireless network modeling and simulation, announced that the company has developed a software capability that enables integration of realistic cyber warfare communication effects into a Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) environment. The result is an advanced system that provides more realistic training and

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Corelis Launches Runner-Lite

Corelis, Inc., the supplier of high-performance boundary-scan test and measurement tools, announced today the availability of Runner-Lite, a free software test executive for performing boundary-scan testing, JTAG Embedded Testing (JET), and in-system device programming using pre-generated test plan files built for specific reference boards.

Runner-Lite is designed to provide engineers visibility,

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Smartbear TestComplete 9.0 set for Release with Advanced HTML5 Test Capability

SmartBear Software today announced TestComplete(TM) 9.0, the latest release of its award-winning automated testing tool. TestComplete 9.0 introduces a new approach to cross-browser testing that simplifies test reuse across Microsoft(R) Internet Explorer(R), Mozilla(R) Firefox(R) and Google Chrome(TM) browsers. Additionally, TestComplete now supports HTML5 testing, adding to its extensive list of supported rich Internet applications (RIAs).

Catherine Iannuzzo, Director of Engineering at Carbonite, Inc., said, “In an agile development environment, speed and agility is crucial. With nightly tests running on multiple versions of browsers and operating systems in our test lab, TestComplete made it possible to demonstrate the benefits of test automation and short turn-around times. The automation benefits of TestComplete 9.0, coupled with early error detection, allow us to improve our testing processes and continue to provide support for the latest Web technologies.”

“Web testing challenges multiply with the need to frequently test combinations of different browsers, browser versions, and operating systems, particularly with agile and continuous delivery approaches,” said Sergei Sokolov, Director of Product Management, SmartBear. “With the new TestComplete release, we are delivering vastly simplified cross-browser testing with an intuitive test object model generalizing access to pages, Web objects, including HTML5, and browser-specific menus and dialogs. Whether our customers use bleeding edge HTML5, or the latest in widely adopted enterprise-grade RIA technologies such as Flex(R), Silverlight(R), or AJAX, TestComplete has them covered.”

Cross-browser Testing

TestComplete 9.0 enables users to record tests in one browser and then run them in other supported browsers. Using the built-in Network Suite for automating distributed testing with TestExecute, software testers can reduce time and effort to set up and run tests targeting multiple browsers on multiple physical or virtual test machines in their test lab.

HTML5 Testing

TestComplete 9.0 now offers “out of the box” support for Web forms and multimedia applications incorporating the emerging HTML5 standard, including audio, video, and canvas elements to draw graphics on the fly. Testers can now record and or script automated tests for HTML5 websites running in the latest versions of popular browsers.

According to Ray Valdes, Research VP, Gartner, Inc., “There is a broad-based, industry-wide momentum around HTML5. Initial adoption is largely outside the enterprise sector – among progressive Web designers and among mobile application developers. Look for opportunities to embrace HTML5 via tool and browser vendors that provide early support. These opportunities may consist of building new, small websites that need advanced functionality or mobile access, or add-ons to existing websites.”

SmartBear Software provides tools for over one million software professionals to build, test, and monitor some of the best software applications and websites anywhere — on the desktop, mobile and in the cloud. Our users can be found worldwide, in small businesses, Fortune 100 companies, and government agencies. Learn more about the SmartBear Quality Anywhere Platform, our award-winning tools, or join our active user community at www.smartbear.com , on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter @smartbear.

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Good Technology Chooses Veracode to Improve Mobile App Security

Veracode, Inc., the leader in cloud-based application security testing, today announced that Branchfire ( www.branchfire.com ) is one of the first companies to benefit from Veracode’s participation as a Good Dynamics Developer Network (GDN) partner. With roots in the mobile app development space, Branchfire is the maker of iAnnotate PDF, a powerful document annotation solution for mobile devices.

Through the partnership, Branchfire can develop and enhance its dynamic mobile productivity software using the Good Dynamics platform, then upload applications to the Veracode platform to identify and fix potential vulnerabilities that may pose a security risk. This is especially important as Branchfire actively licenses its PDF library to developers who want to add robust PDF viewing and annotation capabilities to their applications. Branchfire licensees can feel confident that the applications developed on the GDN platform have passed the Good Technology Mobile Application Security Policy, powered by Veracode.

“Branchfire is committed to delivering the industry’s most innovative, dynamic productivity tools. Our customers range from small software companies to large international corporations and premier educational institutions, so security is integral to our product,” said Ravi Bhatt, CEO of Branchfire. “Veracode and Good Dynamics simplify the process, seamlessly adding security into the development process. Our developers receive testing results that are accurate and actionable, allowing us to deliver the highest quality product, without dragging down the development lifecycle or extending time to market.”

The Good Dynamics and Veracode Partnership at WorkAs a GDN partner, Veracode allows developers using the Good Dynamics platform to upload applications to the cloud where they are analyzed for known and often unknown vulnerabilities, such as zero day vulnerabilities, and against security policies developed by Good Technology. If vulnerabilities are discovered during the testing process, the Veracode platform provides recommended steps for remediation. Once developers have remediated flaws, they will resubmit to ensure the app is free of critical weaknesses before it is made available to enterprises or consumers. Good Technology believes secure coding, security testing and basic security precautions should not be an afterthought in today’s rapid mobile app development process, and they chose Veracode to provide a higher level of assurance that all Good Dynamics apps meet their security policies.

“Together with Good Technology, we are committed to further raising awareness about enterprise mobility security risks, while providing developers with the tools they need to deliver more secure applications to market,” said Pam Cyr, senior vice president, business development and strategic alliances, Veracode. “We are proud to be a Good Technology partner that enables companies like Branchfire to further differentiate its solutions by raising the bar on the security of software being developed and leveraged by licensees.”

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TOSCA Testsuite Wins Best in Test 2012 Award

TRICENTIS®, a global leader in software testing and quality assurance, today announces that their flagship product, TOSCA Testsuite™, has been named Best in Test 2012 for Functional Testing.

The highly coveted award was announced at Design Con 2012 in Santa Clara, CA, a conference devoted to the design of electronic devices and systems.

This award builds on TRICENTIS’ previous recognitions including prominent analyst Gartner, Inc., which named TRICENTIS a Cool Vendor in 2010 and followed in 2011 by naming TRICENTIS to the Visionaries Section of the Magic Quadrant for Integrated Software Quality Suites based on its market leading automation model, end-to-end, model-driven approach, effective test coverage, and strong test data facilities. In addition, TRICENTIS was recently awarded with the R.E.C.S.S. Award for outstanding customer service and support based on TRICENTIS’ customer service availability, responsiveness, and quality of care.

Unlike other test solutions, TOSCA Testsuite delivers a single administrative interface for manual, semi-automated, and fully automated test cases. This single source means that you can design the test cases once and leverage these across multiple technologies and platforms such as JAVA, .NET, SAP, Mobile, and multiple browsers – to name a few.

Gartner Research Director David Norton believes that a high quality testing solution is indispensable for business success: “Adequate software testing is required to reduce the risk of defects in production that can mean loss of orders, incorrect actions and unavailability of service. Good tools boost testing productivity and solid reporting and planning to enable efficient software delivery.” (IT Market Clock for Application Development, 16 September 2011)

Wolfgang Platz, founder and CEO of TRICENTIS states, “We are clearly setting the standard for best practices in automated functional testing. This award confirms that TOSCA Testsuite has once again been recognized by the software testing industry for world class technology. It is a challenge for our customers to increase test coverage significantly. Many of our customers struggle to test new technologies while reducing test case maintenance. 50% improvements in effectiveness and efficiency can only be achieved with a smart, integrated and automated software testing solution based on industry leading methodology. There are hundreds of tools on the market today that merely add to the huge overhead in maintenance with little improvements in test quality. TOSCA OneView℠ has leapfrogged the competition in our ability to reduce maintenance and improve testing quality.“

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Growth in SaaS and Mobile Applications Increases Requirement for Software Security Testing at Scale

Veracode, Inc., the leader in cloud-based application security testing, today announced the availability of a whitepaper, ‘Outsourcing the problem of software security’, produced by primary research and analysis company, Quocirca.

This whitepaper is based on original research, commissioned by Veracode, and examines how UK and US businesses are deploying both in-house developed and commercially acquired software and the measures in place for ensuring the security quality of these applications.

Quocirca interviewed 100 medium to large organisations with greater than 1,000 employees, distributed equally in the US and the UK in the financial services, manufacturing, retail, distribution, transport and other commercial sectors.

Hundreds of applications are tracked by the average business

One key finding from the report is that companies are now tracking more critical applications than ever (the average for a financial services company is approximately 800 separate applications) and that the use of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications and the use of mobile apps is now widespread.

While the breadth of available applications has productivity benefits for businesses and their employees, it also increases security issues, especially as more and more applications are web-enabled. The research found that many customers and auditors seek assurances from suppliers with regards to the security of applications that underpin business processes. In the US, 50 percent of the organisations interviewed said that customers demand guarantees about software security, in the UK it was 20 percent. However, auditors are more focused on software security in the UK than in the US, with 50 percent of UK auditors seeking guarantees, as opposed to 40 percent in the US.

Measuring software security against established benchmarks

Both commercial software developers and end-users developing applications in-house face challenges in ensuring the software they develop and deploy meets key security criteria, often defined by external standards, including the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and the CWE/SANS Top 25 most dangerous software errors. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) estimates that fixing a flaw in a production application can cost up to 25 times as much as it would if the flaw was prevented during the coding phase.

The report also reviews the different approaches to establishing an application security program, from developer education, (static and dynamic), through penetration testing (pen-testing), static and dynamic code and binary analysis to web application firewalls (WAFs).

The benefits of on-demand vs on-premise software testing

The report concludes that techniques such as maximising the use of software testing early in the application development life cycle is key to keeping costs down and improving productivity for end-users and application developers. This can be done through on-demand software testing services or in-house tools. Out of these two approaches the report concludes that on-demand services have the benefit of scale; their providers scan software from hundreds of customers a day and are cognisant of all the common flaws as well as rarely seen ones.

Software testing services are also generally paid for on a per- application basis with unlimited scanning rights regardless of the number of programmers. The infrastructure and staffing overheads are incurred by the service provider and therefore shared between many customers. Any analysis of the relative costs of on-premise tools and on-demand services must take this into account.

“Outsourcing the software security testing process has benefits for both commercial software developers and companies developing applications in-house,” said Bob Tarzey, Director at Quocirca. ”The use of on-demand services should not only be more cost effective, but they should be far more comprehensive in identifying flaws and preventing vulnerabilities because of the scale of the operations of the providers of such services.”

“Testing just your mission-critical applications is no longer an option. Organizations have to find a way to test all applications (both the ones they build or buy) quickly to truly manage risk from this exposed layer of their infrastructure. Leveraging automation to achieve scale and applying multiple testing techniques is the key to success,” said Sam King, SVP, Product Marketing, Veracode.

To download the whitepaper, please visit: http://info.veracode.com/Quocirca_Outsourcing_Software_security.html

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Coverity Development Testing Ensures Software Quality in Drager’s Life-Saving Medical Devices

Coverity, Inc., the development testing leader, announced today that Drager Medical GmbH, a leading international provider of medical devices and technology, has successfully deployed Coverity® Static Analysis as its development testing solution. Software code testing via static analysis is an FDA recommended testing activity according to the FDA General Principles of Software Validation guidance. With Coverity Static Analysis, Drager Medical is enabled to find hard-to-spot yet critical software defects earlier in the software development lifecycle, as the code is being written, when it is easiest and least expensive to find and fix. Such testing helps ensure the quality of software code in a broad set of life-saving medical devices and thus helps Drager meet FDA guidelines for software verification.

Drager delivers critical equipment to global healthcare markets to enable emergency response, bring about faster patient recoveries, and allow hospitals to more affordably access cutting-edge medical treatments. Its guiding principle is “Technology for Life”, which means more than merely technical excellence. It also means assuming responsibility for the lives of those who use Drager products and depend on them. From medical ventilation systems and monitoring equipment to anesthesia workspaces and devices for neonatal care, Drager needs to ensure that the embedded software in its medical devices is of the highest quality and does not impact patient safety.

“Drager Medical creates technology that saves lives, and we continually strive to further improve the process of safeguarding the integrity of the medical devices that the healthcare industry relies on,” commented Florian Mösch, Senior Software Engineer at Drager Medical. “A combination of defects in medical devices could cause malfunctions that may lead to serious injury of patients. Coverity helps us identify and eliminate these defects more easily.”

“Development testing complements traditional quality assurance measures to help ensure the quality, safety and security of devices people use every day,” said Jennifer Johnson, VP of Marketing at Coverity. “We are excited to be part of Drager Medical’s development process to help them continue to bring innovative and high quality products to market.”

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/02/28/4297243/coverity-development-testing-ensures.html, the development testing leader, announced today that Drager Medical GmbH, a leading international provider of medical devices and technology, has successfully deployed Coverity® Static Analysis as its development testing solution. Software code testing via static analysis is an FDA recommended testing activity according to the FDA General Principles of Software Validation guidance. With Coverity Static Analysis, Drager Medical is enabled to find hard-to-spot yet critical software defects earlier in the software development lifecycle, as the code is being written, when it is easiest and least expensive to find and fix. Such testing helps ensure the quality of software code in a broad set of life-saving medical devices and thus helps Drager meet FDA guidelines for software verification.Drager delivers critical equipment to global healthcare markets to enable emergency response, bring about faster patient recoveries, and allow hospitals to more affordably access cutting-edge medical treatments. Its guiding principle is “Technology for Life”, which means more than merely technical excellence. It also means assuming responsibility for the lives of those who use Drager products and depend on them. From medical ventilation systems and monitoring equipment to anesthesia workspaces and devices for neonatal care, Drager needs to ensure that the embedded software in its medical devices is of the highest quality and does not impact patient safety.

“Drager Medical creates technology that saves lives, and we continually strive to further improve the process of safeguarding the integrity of the medical devices that the healthcare industry relies on,” commented Florian Mösch, Senior Software Engineer at Drager Medical. “A combination of defects in medical devices could cause malfunctions that may lead to serious injury of patients. Coverity helps us identify and eliminate these defects more easily.”

“Development testing complements traditional quality assurance measures to help ensure the quality, safety and security of devices people use every day,” said Jennifer Johnson, VP of Marketing at Coverity. “We are excited to be part of Drager Medical’s development process to help them continue to bring innovative and high quality products to market.

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PCTEST Enhances LTE Testing Capabilities with Additional Spirent Equipment

Spirent Communications, a leader in testing wireless networks, services and devices, today announced that PCTEST Engineering Laboratory, Inc. has expanded its automated mobile device testing capabilities with the addition of several Spirent hardware and software solutions. With these new capabilities, PCTEST can now perform an even wider range of CDMA and LTE mobile device testing including multimode testing. These new competences include data throughput, data retry, Simultaneous Voice and LTE (SVLTE), InterRAT (iRAT) testing, enhanced Location Based Service (LBS) testing, Simultaneous Voice and Data (SVD) and more.

“Spirent systems have been a big part of our growth and leadership in providing device testing services over the years,” said PCTEST president Randy Ortanez. “These new expanded LTE testing capabilities offer our customers even more complete testing, all under one roof.”

“We’re proud to know that PCTEST continues to seek out and deploy Spirent solutions for their most critical testing applications,” said Spirent vice-president Hesham ElHamahmy. “The collaboration between our companies over the years has been a big part of our mutual success.”

For more information on testing LTE devices, visit http://www.spirent.com/Devices-and-Equipment/LTE_devices .

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Laplink Releases Free Windows® 8 Testing Tool

Laplink Software, Inc. today officially released PCmover® Windows® 8 Beta Assistant™, a free tool that makes testing Windows 8 more efficient and easily allows users to migrate selected programs, files and settings from a Windows 7 PC to a Windows 8 PC.

PCmover Windows 8 Beta Assistant is available now as a free download on Laplink’s website and can be used to perform an unlimited number of migrations at no charge prior to July 2012.

Beta Assistant provides a unique solution that allows users to move selected programs, files and settings from a Windows 7 or Windows 8 machine into a new machine running Windows 8. PCmover is the number one best-selling migration software in the world and is the only software that moves installed programs (as well as files, settings and user profiles) from an old PC to a new one. Unlike PCmover, Microsoft’s Windows Easy Transfer has never supported the process of migrating installed apps. Without PCmover, users must find old CDs, re-download applications, and locate serial numbers and keys to manually install programs when setting up a new PC.

“Setting up a new PC is a nightmare without PCmover,” explained Laplink Director of Marketing Neil Minetto. “The amount of time it takes to set up a new PC is staggering, not to mention all the hassle. With PCmover, users can have a new PC up and running in no time, and getting used to the new PC is much easier because PCmover transfers the personality and functionality of the old PC along with the rest of the data.”

PCmover Windows 8 Beta Assistant is compatible with physical or virtual machines (VMs) provided that both the source and destination are 64-bit operating systems. Beta Assistant will work with the Developer Preview as well as all of the upcoming Beta releases and RC (release candidate) builds. And, as new Beta and RC builds are released, Beta Assistant can be used to migrate between those builds, even to and from the same PC providing a fast and easy “Beta Upgrade” path.

“By using PCmover to migrate Windows 7 to a Windows 8 computer or VM, automating what is normally a series of manual processes, testers and developers stand to save hundreds of hours,” commented Laplink CTO Jack Wilson. “To conduct tests of Windows 8, it is typical for a user to provision several different Windows 8 VMs complete with a unique arrangement of development tools, debug software, SDKs and environmental variables. PCmover allows the user to quickly jump into the testing phase, using the same tools, software and environment they used in Windows 7.”

Laplink offers multiple editions of PCmover to serve the needs of every user and every scenario. From Home to Professional to Enterprise, PCmover expedites any migration scenario, whether a single consumer PC to refreshing thousands of business PCs. And, PCmover is safe to use as it doesn’t make any changes on the source PC and won’t overwrite anything on the destination PC. This means there is no risk to the user’s current environment and their data will remain intact on the old PC, preventing any risk of data loss.

All versions of PCmover are available at www.laplink.com, while a consumer version can be found in most major software retailers in the US, Canada, Europe and Japan.

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Cyber Warfare Communications Effects Solution for Training Environments Announced

Scalable Network Technologies, Inc. (SNT), the leader in wireless network modeling and simulation, announced that the company has developed a software capability that enables integration of realistic cyber warfare communication effects into a Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) environment. The result is an advanced system that provides more realistic training and improved analysis capabilities to counter the increasing vulnerability of military systems to computer network attacks (CNA).

Although current generation computer-based battlefield simulations deliver experiential realism in force positioning, troop movement, supply routing, enemy force detection/engagement, and damage calculation – next generation net-centric systems open up a new domain of cyber vulnerability that today’s war gaming systems don’t encompass.  Without the inclusion of cyber warfare communications effects, battlefield modeling and simulation can be overly optimistic, risking and/or perpetuating negative training. By integrating high fidelity communication models that incorporate network attack/defense, as well as performance aberrations caused by various environmental factors – the ability to analyze and train for the impact of cyber warfare on mission outcome is dramatically improved.

Integration Into Battlefield Simulation

This new synthetic cyber warfare test bed is capable of realistically representing a network-centric battlespace under cyber attack for testing and training applications. The test bed is achieved by integrating SNT’s EXata™/cyber with COTS Computer Generated Forces (CGF). Cyber warfare models (jammer, eavesdropper, distributed denial of service, network attack) are developed and implemented within EXata/cyber. For the integration, both tools take advantage of an Interface Control Document (ICD) that works via the HLA signal and data interactions to facilitate communications modeling between HLA federates.

Members of SNT’s technical staff will deliver a paper titled “Introducing a Cyber Warfare Communications Effect Model to Synthetic Environments” at I/ITSEC, the world’s largest modeling, simulation & training conference, on Tuesday, November 30, 2010 at 5:00 PM in Room S320D. In the presentation the authors describe how they integrated a cyber warfare communications model into a Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) environment, and examine the impact of using the cyber warfare model versus the limitations of simplified communication models in synthetic environments.  The I/ITSEC Conference is being held at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL.

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Corelis Launches Runner-Lite

CorelisCorelis, Inc., the supplier of high-performance boundary-scan test and measurement tools, announced today the availability of Runner-Lite, a free software test executive for performing boundary-scan testing, JTAG Embedded Testing (JET), and in-system device programming using pre-generated test plan files built for specific reference boards.

Runner-Lite
is designed to provide engineers visibility, awareness, and accessibility to board level JTAG and functional testing. The Runner-Lite test executive applies boundary-scan test patterns to a reference board, reads back the responses, and provides comprehensive fault detection and isolation of boundary-scan chain infrastructure, board interconnect, pull-up/pull-down resistors, and clusters such as memories and UARTs. The tool also performs automated and interactive functional tests on peripheral components connected to the on-board processor as well as In-System-Programming (ISP) of CPLDs, Flash memories, and serial EEPROM devices.
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The software includes a powerful graphical fault identification subsystem to isolate and visualize the location of PCB faults. The subsystem displays a CAD-based photographic representation of a reference design on the host PC display to facilitate the rapid discovery of the actual location for any failure, even when the fault is hidden underneath devices. This feature grants engineers the ability to visually locate the fault diagnostic area using the virtual PCB representation.

Visit corelis.com/runner-lite for more information.