Electronic hardware and software design company improves development process through better visibility into code.
Software development company scales up to build on ARM agreement and market momentum.
Undo Software today announces the release of version 4.0 of UndoDB – the reversible debugger for Linux, now with support for ARM® processors and Android™ Native.
September 24th 2013: Undo and ARM agreement delivers first commercial reversible linux and android application debugger for ARM processors
New feature in ARM DS-5 tool suite enables developers to rapidly resolve nightmare bugs
Undo Software, a supplier of Linux and Android software development solutions, today announced that ARM has entered into an agreement to integrate UndoDB into its flagship software development tool suite, ARM® DS™-5 Development Studio. UndoDB is the only C/C++ Linux reversible debugger with the required performance to be of practical use in the real world. UndoDB can record everything that any Linux program does and then allows developers to “wind the tape back and forth” to home in on their bug. Many bugs that would otherwise take weeks to fix can be fixed in just minutes with UndoDB.
Undo Software (http://undo-software.com/) today announced its second round of funding from the Cambridge Angels group (http://cambridgeangels.com/). Undo produces commercial software development solutions for Linux. The funds will be used to expand its sales operations and product roadmap. Cambridge Angels is a group of successful entrepreneur business angels in internet, software, technology and bio-technology. Robert Swann, member of the Cambridge Angels also joins the board of Undo.
Every year, the Silicon Valley comes to UK (SVC2UK) event sees leading entrepreneurs, investors and thought leaders from the US share ideas, spark UK entrepreneurship and catapult start-ups into fully fledged market leaders. It is here that Undo Software (http://undo-software.com) was predicted to reach revenues of $100million per year.
January 8th, 2013: Cambridge University study states software bugs cost economy $312billion per year
According to recent Cambridge University research, the global cost of debugging software has risen to $312 billion annually.
Software development's taboo subject has cost more than double the Eurozone bailout.
Newly-launched UndoDB v3.5 brings features and performance to help make software project delays a thing of the past.
Undo Software today announces its first external investment round, which has been joined by five investors from the UK early-stage technology investment group, the Cambridge Angels.
Linux reversible debugger hits version 3.0.
Undo Software has released a new version of UndoDB: the leading reversible debugger for Linux. It brings several hugely powerful new features, including reverse watchpoints and the ability to debug applications which use shared memory. It's also faster than ever, running applications with a slow-down of just 1.7x while still keeping full visibility of the program's entire execution history.