Corelis Releases New CD Version 7.0 Boundary-Scan Tool Suite

CD Features FlexNet Licensing and a Wide Range of User Improvements

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Corelis, Inc., a leading supplier of highperformance boundaryscan test and measurement tools, announced the availability of the latest version of its powerful ScanExpress Boundary-Scan Tool Suite. The new Version 7.0 CD now supports FlexNet licensing. Legacy software licenses will continue to be supported; however, all newly issued software and network licenses will utilize FlexNet.

CD improvements include:

- More file manipulation functions incorporated by the TPG scripting engine.
- Test pattern generation support for the Firecron JTS06Bu 6port JTAG gateway hierarchical device.
- Increased ScanExpress JET Flash programming speeds by up to 33%.
- Support for 64bit Flash address access.
- New ScanExpress JET processor support for BCM7400, i.MX27, OMAP3530, and PPC603EV.

Current Corelis customers that have a valid maintenance contract can now access the new Version 7.0 CD through the existing support website.

As always, Corelis offers free training to its clients so that they may immediately utilize the various new product features and innovations now available. Class schedules and registration information can be found on the Corelis website at:

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