Just this past week, Intel announced the Innovation Engine, a small Intel architecture processor and I/O sub-system embedded into their upcoming generations of server platforms. What is its purpose, and what new applications can run on it?
In my last blog, I reviewed the difference between Run-Control and Trace, as two powerful debugging technologies. How are they used together to dramatically improve the chances of catching an intermittent bug?
Boundary-scan test is used commonly on manufacturing lines with a “benchtop” tester, complete with cables, fixturing, hardware probes, and so on. What are the pros and cons of embedding this technology in-situ?