Debug/Trace Support for Vehicle SoCs

19 May 2024

To assist with development of software-defined vehicles (SDVs), the TRACE32 debugging and trace capturing solutions from Lauterbach now support NXP’s S32N55 vehicle system-on-chip (SoC) devices.

These SoCs each feature 16x split-lock Arm Cortex-R52 processing cores capable of running at speeds of up to 1.2GHz, alongside a pair of Arm Cortex-M7 cores. Comprised of PowerView, PowerDebug and PowerTrace, the Lauterbach tools enable simultaneous hardware-accelerated debugging of the processing cores, plus non-intrusive real-time processor trace capture and code coverage measurements.

According to Norbert Weiss, Lauterbach’s Managing Director; “NXPs real-time super-integration processor S32N55 for software-defined vehicle architectures provides excellent computing performance as well as interfacing and functional safety features. With the latest support of TRACE32, we enable S32N55 customers to develop their applications with our market leading debug and trace tools right from the start."

“NXP’s S32N55 processor is pioneering the super-integration of vehicle functions in central compute applications, enabling automakers to achieve significant cost and development efficiencies,” adds Brian Carlson, NXP’s Global Marketing Director for Automotive Processors. “Lauterbach’s TRACE32 development tools’ powerful debugging capabilities and insights offer complementary value, enabling developers to maximise their software performance.”


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