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ICE 2 Product Note

The First JTAG Debugger Designed for Multi-core

Embedded systems are getting more complex. Some run multiple operating systems over several cores, and in some cases these cores are supervised with Wind River Hypervisor. It's critical that your JTAG debugger renders the entire system in one context (debugging all application instances on many cores at the system level), all from a single JTAG debugging window. Wind River® ICE 2 is the first JTAG debugger optimized for visibility and control of your entire multi-core system. It manages the hardware complexity behind the scenes, so you can focus on what matters most: tracking down bugs.

ICE 2 supports your current architecture and will extend with you into future architectures. Today ICE 2 supports the latest 32-bit and 64-bit processors based on leading architectures including ARM, Intel®, MIPS, and PowerPC. And it's lab-ready, so your remote team members can access ICE 2 though a fast Gigabit Ethernet connection.

With ICE 2, you'll view operating system objects and set thread-qualified breakpoints to pinpoint specific instances of logic running in your application. Set breakpoints on one or more cores, run diagnostic scripts, flash your board, and access key device information such as registers and cache.

ICE 2 JTAG Debugger

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