Corelis Releases Version 9.8.0 of its ScanExpress Boundary-Scan Software Suite

October 23, 2020 Perry Cohen

Corelis announced the release of version 9.8.0 of its ScanExpress Boundary-Scan Suite of Software.

Per a company press release, ScanExpress JET can now take advantage of optional ScanExpress JET Advanced Diagnostics for detailed memory test diagnostics with fully automated analysis. Processor-controlled functional test results are diagnosed down to the net-and-pin level, even on BGA components where physical debug and test access is limited.

ScanExpress Jet Advanced Diagnostics is integrated with ScanExpress Runner and Viewer, providing test log and visual representation of fault locations. The diagnostics are suited for testing of embedded systems. Tests specific for processor memory include DDR, GDDR, and more.

All ScanExpress software is updated with new features and device support. Per the same release, improvements on EDIF netlist support, new support for memory bank tests with mixed data bus widths, and support for larger flash devices are included.

For more information, visit www.corelis.com.

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