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ScanWorks Release Policies

ASSET InterTech, Inc software release policy is to provide customers that are on subscription two major updates per year. If the need should arise, minor releases will be supplied as necessary. The release numbering indicate what type of release is being supplied. A two digit release (4.6) would indicate a major release and a three digit (4.6.1) would indicate a minor release.

ScanWorks Release Information

ASSET InterTech, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of ScanWorks® 4.6.1 with test and programming tools based on the IEEE 1149.1 – IEEE Standard Test Access Port and Boundary-Scan Architecture and including IEEE 1149.6 – IEEE Standard for Boundary-Scan Testing of Advanced Digital Networks.

Improvements in ScanWorks 4.6.1 Released April  2019

  • Multiple alternative Manufacturer and Device ID values can now be entered into NAND, SPI, and SPI Flash IP actions. ScanWorks will check the values entered against the values read from the device on the UUT.
  • User interfaces for Flash, NAND, eMMC, SPI Flash IP, and Script actions have been redesigned. These updates demonstrate ASSET’s commitment to creating a similar look and feel to the ScanWorks environment.
  • ASSET’s web library of models for programmable devices is easily accessible via Flash, NAND, SPI Flash IP and eMMC actions through use of a tab dedicated to this purpose, which shortens the navigation path to the ScanWorks Model Library.
  • ScanWorks help has continued to evolve with more help content online.
  • PFx 1.2 improvements

    • Additional ScanWorks Controller Support: RIC-1000, RIC-1400, PCIe-410, PCIe-1000, USB-100, PCI200EJ
    • Support for PCIe testing in the Xilinx Zynq-700 within the PL (SKU specific)
    • Support for PCIe testing in the Xilinx UltraScale+ for root complex and endpoint configurations with the PS

Improvements in ScanWorks 4.6 Released December 2018

  • ASSET’s new Remote Instrumentation Controller, RIC-1400, is supported in this release. This controller is an upgrade of the RIC-1000.
  • The RIC-1400 supports a new ScanWorks action type, Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Direct. SPI Direct allows for fast programming of on-board SPI devices that have external access.
  • User interfaces for Scan Path Verify (SPV), Interconnect, and SPI actions have been redesigned. These updates demonstrate ASSET’s commitment to making ScanWorks a more homogenous environment.
  • ASSET’s library of models for programmable devices is easily accessible via SPI actions through use of a tab dedicated to this purpose, which shortens the navigation path to the ScanWorks Model Library.
  • ASSET’s library of models for memory devices has been enhanced to provide for Memory Access Verify (MAV) support of each data width – x4, x8, and x16 – for JEDEC DDR4 SDRAM devices as specified by JESD79-4. These models supplement those previously deployed to provide for Connectivity Test (CT mode) support via Component action.
  • ScanWorks API has been extended to support 64-bit applications.
    • ScanWorks help has continued to evolve with more help content online.