In-Circuit Emulator

Abbreviated as ICE, a computer chip that is used to emulate a microprocessor so that embedded system software can be tested by developers. The processor that the hardware device s software is going to run on is replaced with an ICE that acts just as the processor would. ICEs enable developers to closely monitor the development of an embedded system and are useful tools for debugging.

Webopedia Staff
Webopedia Staff
Since 1995, more than 100 tech experts and researchers have kept Webopedia’s definitions, articles, and study guides up to date. For more information on current editorial staff, please visit our About page.

Related Articles

Sales CRM

A sales CRM, or customer relationship management (CRM) tool for sales, is frequently the centerpiece of sales operations for a variety of business use...

HighLevel CRM

HighLevel is a sales and marketing customer relationship management (CRM) solution designed by the company HighLevel. Because it's uniquely designed for marketing agencies, HighLevel...

CRM Manager

A customer relationship management (CRM) manager is a person that oversees all customer and client relations within a business. They specialize in customer interactions...

Social CRM

Social customer relationship management (CRM) describes the addition of a social media element in traditional CRM processes. Social CRM builds upon traditional customer relationship...

HighLevel CRM

HighLevel is a sales and marketing customer relationship management (CRM) solution designed by...

Unified Endpoint Management (UEM)

As enterprise networks become increasingly distributed with growing numbers of remote workers, unified...

Decision Intelligence

Decision intelligence combines business intelligence (BI) and artificial intelligence (AI) models to improve...