BOSTON, Mass. /Massachusetts Newswire/ — XJTAG and Etoolsmiths today announced a free JTAG boundary scan training workshop at the Regus Waltham Center, Massachusetts USA on Tuesday, December 3, 2013. Free lunch will be provided. Taking a hands-on approach, the free workshop will be of interest to engineers in design, development, test and production, with a comprehensive introduction to JTAG boundary scan and the IEEE 1149.x standard.

JTAG boundary scan training"The introduction to boundary scan is great way for engineers involved in design and test to discover how using JTAG can speed up the process of debugging and testing their boards throughout the product lifecycle," said, Pat Shaughnessy, of Etoolsmiths.

Etoolsmiths and XJTAG's workshop leaders will explain how JTAG boundary scan can be used in product development to enhance test coverage, reduce respins and to improve fault diagnosis and production yields. The session will also cover how non-JTAG devices can be tested using boundary scan.

To find out more and book your place for December 3, email us on, call 1-800-928-6038 or visit .

About Etoolsmiths:

Etoolsmiths ( ) is the U.S. sales, technical support and services arm for the XJTAG Boundary SCAN product Line. The company has its headquarters in Acton, Massachusetts. Press inquiries, please contact: Ruth Raymond,

About XJTAG:

XJTAG ( ) is a worldwide leading supplier of IEEE Std. 1149.x compliant boundary scan tools, which focuses on innovative product development and high quality technical support. The company has its headquarters in Cambridge, U.K. and works closely with over 50 experienced and professional distributors and technology partners across the globe. XJTAG delivers a diverse range of boundary scan test solutions for clients across a wide range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, defense, medical, manufacturing, networking, and telecommunications.

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