Arium Run-Control Probes for x86

JTAG debugger products are designed to make the developer’s job easier. We have worked with Intel for over fifteen years, providing tools that are feature-rich in both hardware and software, making it easy for the user to accelerate development time. An example is UEFI development, where we provide macro files that allow for context-sensitive debugging in the PEIM, DXE and other boot phases.

Our tight integration of hardware and software for Intel JTAG-based debug lends itself to a robust development environment, helping to minimize the challenges associated with debugging code.

Arium ECM-XDP3e Run-Control Probe

The Arium ECM-XDP3e and the SourcePoint debugger software interface were designed to be optimized for Intel Core,  Atom,  Xeon, and AMD EPYC processor families.

The Arium ECM-XDP3e is our latest “green” JTAG run-control probe, complying with the RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) directive specified for the EU market. SourcePoint, the company’s flagship debugger, offers the program and firmware developer unsurpassed visibility to and manipulation of code via a series of intuitive screens and dialogs with numerous viewing and customization options.

The debug solution operates in real-time with all core frequencies and works with today’s most popular compiler tool chains. It supports industry-standard input file formats and includes a robust C-like command language as well as full support for firmware debugging

Hardware for SourcePoint Intel
Arium ECM-XDP3e Features
  •     Small form factor 
  •     Works in real-time 
  •     Instruction execution trace
  •     Multi-processor support (SMP)
  •     Source code/symbolic debug 
  •     Breakpoints 
  •     USB 2.0 and 10/100/1000 base-T 
  •     Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (SSE2) support
  •     Self-diagnostic test suite
  •     Easy to use command language
  •     Sockets API
  •     Address translation 
  •     Access to all registers