frank


Description: Frank has an engineering degree from UC Berkeley and over 8 years of sales experience in the embedded systems industry. He enjoys talking to customers about their applications and identifying how they can take their designs to the next level using Total Phase tools.

Email: frank@totalphase.com

Posts by frank:

We've reached the (Flash Memory) Summit!

Our booth at Flash Summit The booth is ready for visitors

Total Phase is exhibiting at the Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara, California.  We're showing off our entire range of debugging and development tools for USB, I2C, SPI, and CAN.  In particular, we're focusing on the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter and the Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer because of the flash mem...

Capture USB 3.0 Data for Longer Using Data Center 5.20

We are pleased to announce the release of Data Center v 5.20! This update includes many new features, primarily packet truncation for USB 3.0.

Packet Truncation is a hardware filter that can be applied to USB 3.0 captures. It enables a greater number of USB transactions by only keeping the first 20, 36, or 68 symbols of each transaction. This ...

Learn How to Debug USB 3.0 Using Data Center Software's LTSSM View!

We are pleased to announce our newest video spotlighting one of the many features of our Data Center Software -- Using Data Center's LTSSM View for USB 3.0 Debugging!

LTSSM, or Link Training Status State Machine, is new in USB 3.0. We've developed a video that helps explain what the link states are and how to take advantage of them during deve...

Komodo CAN Duo Interface - Available This Friday!

Komodo CAN Duo Interface

The wait is over! The Komodo™ CAN Duo Interface will be shipping on or after this Friday, July 15, 2011, and pre-orders are currently being accepted. The Komodo interface is a real-time adapter and analyzer for the CAN (Controller-Area Network) protocol.

The easily-portable Komodo interface is fully bus-powered with a transfer rate up to ...

ESC Silicon Valley in San Jose, CA

This week, Tuesday, May 3, through Thursday, May 5, we will be attending the Embedded Systems Conference - Silicon Valley (ESC-SV) in San Jose, CA. Come visit us at Booth 1838 where we will be giving live demonstrations of our complete line of embedded systems development tools. We are particularly excited about this year's ESC-SV for two ma...

64-Bit API Now Available!

We are pleased to announce that the 64-bit Software APIs and Shared Libraries for C, C#, Python, .NET, VB.NET, and VB6 are now available. Whether developing on Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X, you can now write your own custom 64-bit application with the free APIs.

The APIs are available as free downloads on our website at any one of our product p...