Lauterbach announces sale of 25000th debugger
May 31, 2004
Lauterbach has announed the sale of its twenty-five thousandth debugger in the ICD/PowerTools family in March 2004.
Lauterbach Datentechnik GmbH emerged as a manufacturer of in-circuit emulators and debuggers in the early 1980s. Since that time, the company has developed into a global market leader for these products, passing the magical twenty-five thousand mark in debugger sales in March 2004. This figure represents sales of all in-circuit debuggers and trace port modules that support BDM, JTAG, COP, ETM, OCDS, and NEXUS interfaces.
These tools were first introduced to the market for Motorola processors in 1994. Today, they are used in the development departments of the most major branches of industry, such as automotive supplies, consumer electronics, avionics, mobile telephony, telecommunications, and many more.