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Corelis to Showcase Latest JTAG & Serial Bus Protocol Products at IPC APEX EXPO 2016February 2, 2016 | Corelis, Inc.
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Corelis, Inc. announced today that it will exhibit its latest ScanExpress JTAG/Boundary-scan test software suite this March at IPC APEX EXPO 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Exhibit attendees can gain insight into the most recent developments and innovations in the field of JTAG testing. The ScanExpress product family now incorporates a complete overhaul of the Debugger JTAG toolkit, a fully integrated project management environment in TPG test development system, and ODB++ support for trace-level displays in the Viewer fault visualization software.
“With thousands of licenses in use, the ScanExpress family is a testament to how mature and reliable our products are,” says Ryan Jones, Senior Technical Marketing Engineer. “We continuously evaluate and integrate customer feedback to make our tools not only more powerful, but also easier to use. The ScanExpress platform offers some of the most robust feature sets and capabilities in the industry. Flexibility is a fundamental element, allowing each user to customize tests to meet their specific requirements.”
Corelis will also have on display its BusPro series of I²C and SPI protocol test, debug, and analysis products along with the CAS-1000, the most feature-rich I²C protocol analyzer on the market today.
Corelis, Inc., a subsidiary of Electronic Warfare Associates, Inc., offers bus analysis tools, embedded test tools, and the industry’s broadest line of JTAG/boundary-scan software and hardware products combining exceptional ease-of-use with advanced technical innovation and unmatched customer service. Since its founding in 1991, Corelis has delivered a diverse range of electronic test equipment solutions for customers across a wide range of industries, including aerospace, defense, medical, manufacturing, networking, and telecommunications. Today, Corelis continues that trend with focus on product ease-of-use and dedication to customer service.
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