Bugs that took weeks now take minutes

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Mentor Graphics Corporation uses UndoDB to cut Linux debugging time by two thirds: Mentor Graphics, a world leader in electronic hardware and software design solutions, has purchased and is using its UndoDB reversible debugging tool to increase productivity and develop Linux code faster.

Fast growing Undo software expands with new Cambridge offices: Software development company scales up to build on ARM agreement and market momentum.

Undo Software releases UndoDB v4, now with support for ARM processors and Android Native: UndoDB v4 enables ARM and Android Native software developers to use the power of reversible debugging on complex code, as well as providing performance improvements and new features for Linux users.


About Undo Software

Undo Ltd is a privately held company, based in Cambridge, UK.

Undo was founded by Greg Law and Julian Smith, who decided to create a better debugging tool than those which had frustrated them for many years. Seed funding to grow the business was received from the Cambridge Angels in 2012, when Dr. Robert Brady, founder of Brady PLC, joined as Chairman. In the next 12 months, Undo Software engaged several important customers in the EDA and financial industries. Undo received a second, larger round of funding in April 2013, which also saw Robert Swann; co-founder of Alphamosaic (acquired by Broadcom) and Chairman of Green Parrot Pictures (acquired by Google) join the board.

Undo sells their reversible debugger directly and through select partnerships. UndoDB can be found in Rogue Wave's TotalView debugging suite and in ARM's DS-5 development studio from version 5.16.