As the UEFI Forum continues to make advances in the technology behind what is still called the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System), ASSET has joined this standards body to assist in the debug of its latest features.
In recent years, the increasing size of flash memory has driven device programming to offline methods. However, new techniques are significantly reducing in-system programming times, making it much more feasible and convenient to program flash memory after it’s already been soldered to the board.
In a previous blog, I shared some prospective information on the real-time performance of Intel CScripts, when run on our SourcePoint debugger, versus legacy methods. This article contains quantitative measurements, and supports the theory that SourcePoint yields much higher throughput.