FlashJETT solution enables concurrent NOR, NAND and on-chip non-volatile memory programming within datasheet specified times.
FlashJETT is an in-fixture PCB for fast programming of non-volatile memories within a few percent of the theoretical datasheet specified time for the device. No additional capital equipment required as would be needed for pre-programming flash or an in-line programmer. FlashJett works with Intellitech’s UltraTAP, PT100 and PT100Pro JTAG based testers and programs over I2C, SPI, JTAG/1149.1, NOR flash, SPI Flash and NAND. A recent trial showed a 10X speed improvement over an Agilent i3070. Read More
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Customer Success Update
We’re pleased when customers make the effort to examine what we offer and compare. Three recent customers share their thoughts: Read more . A fourth 'anonymous' customer shared their flash programming times (this is using EXTEST not our FlashJETT or patented FAC method) using a boundary-scan only approach.
Wish we could share more with you. Typical customer response is “Let others know what we have done? That’s a tough one. We consider Intellitech our secret weapon!”
IEEE P1687/IJTAG Update
IEEE P1687 proposes to bring to the IC the same operability and ease of use that we enjoy at the board level with IEEE 1149.1/1149.6. While many of you have been using our tools to access on-chip DFT structures (now called ‘instruments’ in IJTAG land) for some time now, P1687 will standardize instrument offerings and how they can be connected together internally to the IC. This also has positive implications for the board and system level test engineer as the instruments maybe on-chip but their purpose is to test external components. An example would be an on-chip BER instrument (like Intellitech’s BERT-IP) or on-chip external DDR memory BIST. The goal is to make your job easier. We’re actively involved in the development of IEEE P1687 through the twice weekly meetings on the software and on-chip implementation aspects of the standard. We’re pleased to say that since our CEO, CJ Clark, presented on tool command language (TCL) in November 2008, the working group has voted in favor of using TCL as the language to describe the instrument operation in IEEE P1687.
While you have been using TCL in our tools since 1997 when we first introduced it, leading tool providers Synopsys, Cadence, Mentor, Xilinx, Altera and more) have also added it to their offerings. You chose wisely with Intellitech. We have added new IEEE P1687 commands to our latest release of software (see below) with more to be added as fundamental parts of the standard reach completion.
Eclipse Test Development Environment, Mercury Remote Diagnostics and
Eclipse ScanExecutive Release 6.0 now available
-Faster Operation, Faster programming times
-Integrated Archiving & version control
-Integrated/Ease of use improvements for Mercury Remote Diagnostics
-Fixes for 1149.6 and updates for P1687
-Security and ease-of-use updates for SystemBIST
-Emulation: ARM 1136, DSP56F80X and others
-PT100 fix for nasty NI driver bug
-PT100 updates for concurrent FLASH Rdy/Bsy monitoring
-PT100 updates for increased performance on hyperthreaded/multi-core CPUs
-Support for Measurement Computing USB relays and Agilent USB DMMs in TCL scripts
-Low cost ScanExecutive for Xilinx/Altera PC printer port pods
1566 new BSDL models have been added:
54 new memory models that have been added to the memory library:
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