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MOTOROLA AND EST CORP. ANNOUNCE 68349 TOOLS EST ALSO PLANS SUPPORT FOR 68341 -- CD-I SPECIFIC MICROPROCESSOR

 AUSTIN, Texas, May 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Motorola's (NYSE: MOT) High Performance Microprocessor Division today announced that Embedded Support Tools Corporation (EST Corp.) will be one of the first vendors to offer development tools that support Motorola's 68349 high performance integrated processor. In support of the 68349, EST has announced SYSTEM349, a full suite of integrated development tools for the 68349, with a version for the 68341 to follow.
 SYSTEM349 includes the entry-level BDMPort Background Debug Mode interface, the full-featured Series 300 Background Mode Emulator and the ICE349 real-time trace and hardware breakpoint module. Also included are source-level debuggers and C/C++ toolkits from Intermetrics (PassKey) and Microtec Research Inc. (XRAY MasterWorks).
 "The modular approach of EST's SYSTEM349 allows users to begin development with a low-cost, entry-level target interface, and add industry-leading C and C++ tools and debuggers, as well as complete in- circuit emulation features," said Fred Stotz, manager, 68000 Tools Program. "With this announcement, Motorola continues its commitment to bringing its customers a wide variety of development tools spanning the entire 68000 Family."
 EST's SYSTEM349 includes a wide range of embedded tools for the 68349, including:
 -- 68349 BDMPort - a low-cost Background Debug Mode interface for the 68349, BDMPort provides access to the on-chip debugging services through a bundled symbolic debugger or through Intermetrics' PassKey or Microtec Research's XRAY.
 -- ICE349 Real-time Trace and Hardware Breakpoint Module - the ICE349 module clips directly over the target to provide high-end incircuit emulation features without restrictive CPU cables and heavy pods. ICE349 supports 32Kbytes of real-time code and data trace, one million hardware code breakpoints, four nestable data breakpoints, time stamping and up to 1MB of ROM overlay memory. ICE349 is fully compatible with BDMPort and the EST Series 300 Background Mode Emulator.
 -- The EST Series 300, Background Mode Emulator - the full-featured CPU32 Emulator controls and monitors the target system solely through the 68349's Background Debug Mode. In addition to the standard features found in BDMPort, the Series 300 offers code simulation, performance analysis and the Open Test manufacturing QA libraries.
 -- C Source-Level Debuggers and C/C++ Toolkits - all 68349 tools offered by EST are integrated with Intermetrics' PassKey Windows-based C debugger and Microtec Research's XRAY MasterWorks C/C++ environment.
 EST Corp. was the first independent company to introduce debugging systems that control CPU32 (68332, 68331, 68340, 68330) and 68HC16 targets solely through Motorola's on-chip Background Debugging Mode. EST Corp. has signed value-added distribution agreements with both Microtec Research, Inc. and Intermetrics, Inc. to provide integrated, industry-leading source level debugging for the EST Series 300 and Series 16. In addition to the Background Mode debugging systems, the company offers its SmartMON extended ROM monitor debugger, and its ROMPORT, high-speed, plug-in debugging port for Motorola's 680x0 Family, 68302 and 68 EC0x0 Family.
 Having 1992 worldwide sales of $4.5 billion, Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector is the largest U.S.-based broad line supplier of semiconductors, with a balanced portfolio of more than 50,000 devices. Motorola is one of the world's leading providers of electronic equipment, systems, components and services for global markets. Products include two-way radios, pagers and telepoint systems, cellular telephone systems, semiconductors, defense and aerospace electronics, automotive and industrial electronic equipment, computers, data communications, and information processing and handling equipment.
 Motorola was a winner of the first Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award in 1988, in recognition of its superior company-wide quality management process.
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 /CONTACT: Sally Winship of Cunningham Communication, Inc. 617-494-8202 (editorial); Fred Stotz of Motorola, 512-891-2668; Jim Watkins of EST Corp., 617-828-5588/
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