January 14, 2015 -- Byte Paradigm is introducing 'Yugo Systems', the company's trade name for its FPGA debug and verification solutions.
For near to 10 years, Byte Paradigm has designed high-end FPGA-based systems for many US and European companies active in the media, broadcast, and telecommunications industries.
'FPGA and Programmable Logic is in our DNA – especially when systems must process large data quantities in real-time', Frédéric Leens, CEO of Byte Paradigm says. Yugo Systems is at the crossroads of this expertise and our activity as supplier of test and debug solutions for electronic systems.'
Yugo Systems targets FPGA and Programmable Logic engineers with innovative solutions that bring significant productivity improvements during debug and verification.
'Traditional instrumentation and embedded instrumentation tools barely keep up with the increasing complexity of FPGA and programmable logic chips. In addition, the response of most EDA companies has been pushing description languages to higher levels, more IP, more simulation and more emulation. This is fine, but the FPGA engineer – who does not always have the budgets of his 'SoC counterpart' – is still relatively unequipped for FPGA troubleshooting. We are addressing this problem.', Frédéric Leens says.
Yugo Systems (www.yugosystems.com) announces a first FPGA debug solution called EXOSTIV(TM), which provides up to 200.000 times more observability at speed of operation than traditional embedded instrumentation solutions. This solution is already proposed in beta to specific key companies and will be fully available during the second quarter of 2015.
Details about features and pricing will be announced progressively during the first quarter of 2015.