Total Phase Sponsors Class at the Design West Conference!

To kick off the Design West Conference this week, Total Phase sponsored a class hosted by Micrium by providing Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyzers. The class entitled “Essentials of USB Device Development” provided attendees with an overview of how to design a USB device and the complexities they may face. Users explored the fundamentals of US...

Reporting from DesignCON 2013 Expo...

Hello from Total Phase! We are currently live on the show floor at the DesignCON 2013 Expo in Santa Clara, CA. Located at Booth 320, attendees experienced a live demonstration of the award-winning suite of embedded systems development tools, including the Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer and the 2013 Best in Test/Test of Time Fina...

Aloha from Total Phase at the USB-IF Compliance Workshop in Honolulu!

Yesterday, Total Phase headed off to sunny and beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii for the USB-IF Compliance Workshop happening this week. Developers can drop by our debug suite and test their USB 3.0 products with our award-winning Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer. Additionally, we feature other products from our USB line including the Be...

Total Phase Unleashes the Hounds at CES 2013

Visit Total Phase at Booth 31431 (the USB TechZone)!

Visit Total Phase at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (now through January 11th) and experience a live demonstration of the award-winning Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer! Originally released at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) San Francisco in September 2012, sales of...

Total Phase Partners with Atmel® University Program

We are proud to announce our new partnership with the Atmel® University Program that was launched in March 2012. Derek Fung, VP of Business at Total Phase, said "This partnership is a great step toward our goal to be more active in the academic community. We are looking forward to the relationships we hope to build from this endeavor."

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App Engineers March Madness -- Win a Free Tool from Total Phase!

Thanks to everybody who participated in the first month of our Total Phase Loves App Engineers contest! Congratulations to all the winners. We hope your new tools help you get your job done better and faster!

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We're starting over fresh for the month of March! Spread the word for a chance to win a Total Phase tool! Simply mention Total Phase an...

Total Phase Loves Apps Engineers!

Total Phase Loves Apps Engineers!

Calling all Apps Engineers! We know you work hard to help your customers, but sometimes you can't always get the tools you need. Total Phase is sharing the love for your hard work and giving you a chance to win free tools!

This month, we are kicking off a special contest for Applications, Support, and Sales Engineers. Engineers can enter this c...

Total Phase Sponsors First Hands-On Training Seminar!

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We just finished our first ever Total Phase sponsored hands-on training seminar and it was a great success!! It was a full class where our attendees used Total Phase tools to analyze and identify bugs while implementing their solutions on the Renesas SH7216 Demo Kit. The tools used in the class included the Beagle USB 480 Protocol An...

Learn How to debug using Total Phase tools on the Renesas SH7216 Demo Kit

Hands-On Training Classes and Lectures

For the first time ever Total Phase is hosting a training seminar to help you effectively analyze and debug your embedded applications! This class will provide you with the skills to debug in an efficient manner, enabling you to develop easily, and most importantly, get you home faster! Demonstrations will involve some of our embedded systems t...

Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco

We are back in the office and wrapping up from a successful exhibition at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. Throughout the three days at the Moscone Convention Center, we showed off the Beagle USB 5000 analyzer for USB 3.0 in the SuperSpeed USB community. We were happy to see the attendee interest in USB 3.0, and it looks like moment...