Currently the company's power embedded debug interface (PEEDI) supports a wide range of processor architectures including ARM, Cortex, XScale, ColdFire, Blackfin, MIPS32 and AVR32.
With the introduction of support for Xilinx Zynq family RONETIX provides customers with increased effectiveness in Flash programming and high speed GNU gdb debugging, expanded multicore support for up to 4 cores, and additional choice for evaluating leading processor architectures.
More specifically the PEEDI can be used with any GNU gdb based debugger Eclipse, without any additional software, which makes PEEDI host operating system independent.
Additionally PEEDI supports programming of over 1000 NOR Flash chips, NAND Flash, SPI and I2C FLASH/EEPROM and can work in standalone mode.
Furthermore the PEEDI supports several flash profiles, which enables the programming of a complete Linux system at once: U-BOOT, Linux Kernel and JFFS2/YAFFS/