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Company Overview of Teledyne LeCroy, Inc.
Teledyne LeCroy, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, develops, manufactures, sells, and licenses oscilloscopes and communication protocol analyzers in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia Pacific. Its oscilloscopes are tools used by designers and engineers to measure and analyze electronic signals; and protocol analyzers are used to monitor communications traffic and diagnose operational problems in various communications devices. The company offers seven families of oscilloscopes comprising WaveExpert, a line of sampling oscilloscopes and modules; WaveMaster, a high performance oscilloscope product family; WavePro for the mid-to high-performance sector; WaveRunner for the m...
700 Chestnut Ridge Road
Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977-6499
Founded in 1964
Key Executives for Teledyne LeCroy, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Founder and Honarary Chairman
Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting Officer, Vice President and Treasurer
Chief Technology Officer and Vice President
Chief Information Officer and Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Teledyne LeCroy, Inc. Key Developments
UltraSoC and Teledyne LeCroy Collaborate to Unify Debug and Validation for System Designers
May 19 15
UltraSoC and Teledyne LeCroy announce that they will collaborate on debug and validation technologies to reduce time-to-market and overall development costs in a wide range of high-tech industries, from automotive and computer peripheral manufacture, to emerging IoT applications. Teledyne LeCroy, delivers a range of hardware and software tools that enables engineers to verify, test, debug, and validate electronic system designs. UltraSoC provides silicon IP for data acquisition and analysis that can be baked-in to the complex semiconductor devices (System on Chip or SoC) at the heart of such designs. The combination of Teledyne LeCroy's ability to provide a high-level view of system behavior and UltraSoC's capabilities to offer visibility deep within the SoC creates a powerful toolset that allows the engineer to quickly and instinctively understand the system's operation, spot problems and devise solutions. These joint developments will benefit designers of a broad range of end-products. For example, hard disk manufacturers could combine protocol analysis of the external system-level interfaces, such as SATA, gathered via one or more Teledyne LeCroy instruments, with data gathered internally to the drive's controller chip by UltraSoC's UltraDebug technology. This capability will enable system developers to track information, including time sensitive events, as it flows from one side of an interface to another and correlate it with internal software execution.
Teledyne LeCroy Announces Mercury T2C USB 2.0 and Power Delivery Protocol Analyzer
May 7 15
Teledyne LeCroy continues to add support for the new USB Type-C and Power Delivery 2.0 standards with introduction of the Mercury T2C USB Power Delivery and USB 2.0 Protocol Analyzer. The Mercury T2C joins the Teledyne LeCroy USB Voyager M310C, which together provide the USB development community with extensive levels of capability for test, validation and compliance of the emerging USB standards. The USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery 2.0 standards introduce entirely new USB cables and connectors expected to significantly improve user experience. USB Type-C provides a smaller sized, reversible connector and is also capable of supporting scalable, bi-directional power charging at up to 100W. The Mercury T2C is the industry's smallest and most affordable hardware-based USB protocol analyzer, weighing in at just 5.8 oz. The pocket-sized Mercury T2C supports the USB Type-C and Power Delivery 2.0 standards, including capture and decoding of all packets over the new USB Type-C Configuration Channel (CC). These new CC packets include negotiation of USB current capabilities and entrance to /exit from Alternate Modes. The Mercury T2C analyzer includes adapters allowing users to utilize the Mercury T2C with their existing devices and hosts, creating an analyzer which is both backward-compatible and future-safe. Leveraging Teledyne LeCroy's extensive experience in USB, users will benefit from the familiar and easy-to-use CATC Trace(TM) display. The Mercury T2C is a low cost USB Type-C and Power Delivery protocol analyzer available in several configurations designed to fit customer's specific needs and budget. Currently available and starting at $995, the Mercury T2C complements the extensive line up of Teledyne LeCroy's USB Analyzers.
Teledyne LeCroy Creates New Technology for IoT Test and Debug
May 5 15
Teledyne LeCroy announced ProVIDE™, a new, patent pending, technology created for IoT and embedded developers. IoT devices bring multiple technologies into SoCs designs, and since these technologies are defined more and more by embedded software, there is an increasing need for effective ways to develop, test and debug software and hardware interaction. ProVIDE, Protocol View for Integrated Debug Environments combines two important test and debug methods – software IDE and Protocol Analysis. It enables the software and system developers' additional control and observability by extending the familiar IDE debug capabilities to allow for analyzing and visualizing both internal and external busses and interfaces. Although many software developers would like to imagine that their software is hardware agnostic, the fact of the matter is that code written for IoT/SoC systems can have unexpected effects on the operation of the hardware system. As one simple example, imagine a software sub-routine that is called intermittently from various other routines when they experience a certain condition. It would be simple enough to put a breakpoint at the beginning of the routine to identify the jump, however, it is next to impossible to see what the busses and/or interfaces were doing at that time or even just before the jump to the sub-routine. This means that identifying the cause of the condition, or whether it is truly the code or some issue with the hardware design that is at fault, is next to impossible. In addition, correction of the issue can literally take man-months without a method to synchronously view both the code execution and the hardware busses/interfaces. Capitalizing on Teledyne LeCroy's wide variety of market leading protocol analyzer tools, ProVIDE gives developers a unique view into how their control and data actually travels across the external bus or interface and synchronizes this information with the code execution. Using IDE controls and breakpoints to start recording and trigger Teledyne LeCroy protocol analyzers, the developers can isolate and correlate their code with actual signal traffic over the interface. By using ProVIDE, IoT and embedded software developers extend common practices like reading registers, memory content, variable values and signal states to also view the entire control and data flow on external signal interfaces and busses as their code executes. The protocol analysis and decoding can be customized to include automatic decoding of proprietary fields and/or structures and can be used for both higher level application analysis as well as low-level debugging.
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