National Instruments released NI LabVIEW 2013, the newest version of its system design software for engineers and scientists.
The new release includes native support for the newest hardware from ARM and Xilinx, including the Xilinx Zynq All Programmable system on a chip used in high-performance systems. It also includes a suite of code management, documentation and review tools. New tools integrate with a software engineering process, including a new Subversion plug-in from Viewpoint Systems.
Streamlined deployment technologies include a new tool from Wirebird Labs, and the solution supports iOS and Android mobile platforms.
"LabVIEW 2013 exemplifies our commitment to ensuring that engineers and scientists are equipped with the latest technologies while simplifying the complexity of designing a system that uses these advancements," said Ray Almgren, vice president of marketing at National Instruments. "We believe engineers and scientists will continue to change our world, and we promise to give them all of the tools they need to do so."
LabVIEW 2013 includes more than 100 new features and improvements in the LabVIEW editor. Additionally, NI has introduced an in-product storefront for the LabVIEW Tools Network, a community of LabVIEW software add-ons that the company says recently surpassed 2 million product downloads.
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