Virtutech, Inc., the leading provider of virtualized software development solutions for advanced electronic systems, will present two sessions on techniques to test and debug software with virtualized software development at the Multicore Expo, the only conference dedicated to delivering real developer solutions for multicore and multiprocessing designs. Additionally, Virtutech Simics technology will be showcased at Virtutech booth number 47.
Multicore processing is changing the embedded systems landscape and creating difficult testing and debugging challenges. With software now dominating the cost and schedule risk of system development, developers are turning to virtualized software development for advanced testing capabilities, including increased control, determinism and observability. By enabling the software development phase to begin earlier in the production cycle and delivering features above and beyond those of traditional approaches, virtualized software development has established itself as a powerful tool for developing complex systems such as multicore.
Santa Clara Convention Center
Tuesday, March 27, 2007
2:35 p.m. – 3:05 p.m. PDT
“Better Multicore Software Debugging using Virtualization,” by Jakob Engblom, business development manager at Virtutech
4:05 p.m. – 4:35 p.m. PDT
“Experience Developing an SMP Operating System Using Simulation,” by Paul McLellan, vice president of marketing at Virtutech, and Tomas Evensen, CTO of Wind River
Virtutech, Inc. is the leading provider of full-system simulation for advanced software development. Virtutech’s Simics is a revolutionary, award-winning simulator that provides a programmer-friendly environment for testing and debugging embedded software. Simics eliminates software developers’ dependence on test hardware and drives concurrent development, enabling its customers to lower capital expenditure, accelerate time to market and reduce project risk. Based on more than a decade of R&D and close collaboration with leading universities and systems vendors, Virtutech’s technology serves the needs of the world’s leading technology providers, including Cisco, Ericsson, Honeywell, IBM and Smiths.