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AllLinuxDevicesPR: RTI Offers StethoScope for Embedded Linux Developers

Jan 16, 2001, 22:57 (0 Talkback[s])

"Real-Time Innovations, Inc. today released StethoScope for Linux, the visualization tool for monitoring and analyzing embedded and real-time applications. As the leading real-time monitoring tool in the embedded industry, StethoScope empowers developers to understand and debug complex real-time code. Now embedded software developers who want to use the Linux operating system have an off-the-shelf analysis tool to help them improve their software quality and reduce development time.

Chris Conrad, principal engineer at Veraxx Engineering, said, "We use StethoScope to help us streamline our real-time software development process. It's been great for monitoring and analyzing our system as it runs. As Linux developers, we see specialized analysis tools like StethoScope as invaluable for getting the system out on time and within specification." Software developers using Linux as their platform need specialized tools that help them analyze and debug their embedded systems. Now StethoScope helps fill the gap in the current visualization tool offering for Linux.

"Embedded developers face huge challenges working with systems that require small footprints, speed, reliability, and short development schedules. Proven tools like RTI's ScopeToolsTM help," relates Stan Schneider, president and chief executive officer of RTI. "StethoScope, a long-time member of the ScopeTools suite, provides developers the insight they need to test, debug and improve their embedded applications. StethoScope analyzes data activities on production Linux code running at full speed with virtually no impact."

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