Avoiding the Common Pitfalls of ARM-based Cache-coherent Verification and Performance Analysis
Synopsys will cover how verification IP for AMBA enables users to generate correct and interesting coherent stimulus for cache coherent SoC verification. This will include the complexities of configuration, stimulus, coverage and checking, as well as how to address the common verification pitfalls.
Neill Mullinger, Product Marketing Manager for Verification IP, Synopsys; Tushar Mattu, Corporate Application Engineer (CAE) for Verification Group, Synopsys
Dec 03, 2014
Take Control of Your Flow: Getting Started with Your First VC Apps
VC Apps, a programming interface available with Verdi, provides direct and open access to information from Verdi’s databases, analysis engines, and GUI components to customize, innovate or integrate within the Verdi debug environment. Verdi users have the power to maximize their effectiveness by using pre-built VC Apps or writing custom automation apps, scripts or programs. Learn how VC Apps APIs allow users to quickly get started writing programs, and provide many valuable ready-to-use apps installed in the Verdi package.
Rich Chang, Product Marketing Manager, Debug, Synopsys; Paul Huang, Corporate Application Engineer (CAE), Synopsys
Nov 11, 2014
Reinventing Coverage and Planning with Verdi—A Fully Integrated, Complete Verification Closure Flow To Help You Deliver Chips On Time
The Synopsys Verdi® Coverage solution provides comprehensive planning and coverage analysis technologies as a part of the industry-leading Verdi3™Automated Debug System. We'll discuss why Synopsys' native integration of planning, coverage, and debug technologies provide a complete closure solution to help meet demanding schedules and provide teams with more confidence when asked the inevitable question: '"Are we done yet?"
Steve Chappell, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Debug and Analysis, Synopsys; Michael Horn, Verification Technologist, Synopsys
Oct 14, 2014
Creating a High-Performance TBE Environment
Transaction-based emulation or TBE has become an increasingly popular method for utilizing emulators because of the high verification performance and flexibility in connecting to existing environments.
Lance Tamura, CAE Manager, Verification Group, Synopsys
Aug 12, 2014
Advanced Mixed-Signal Design and Verification of Smartcar ICs
In this webinar, Micronas and Synopsys discuss the breadth of automotive IC applications, challenges in design implementation and verification and the solutions that stemmed from their collaboration.
Mario Anton, Micronas; Gernot Koch, Micronas; Marco Casale-Rossi, Synopsys
Jul 31, 2014
Imagination and Synopsys: Reduce Dynamic Power and Area up to 50% on a GHz+ MIPS Core Implementation
In this webinar, Imagination Technologies will share how their selection of standard cell architecture and use of several dynamic power techniques available in Design Compiler and IC Compiler helped them achieve optimal power and area savings for their MIPS family of CPU cores.
Maya Mohan, Hardware Design Engineer, Imagination Technologies and Jeffrey Lee, CAE Manager, Power Compiler, Synopsys
Jul 10, 2014
Extending Proven Digital Verification Techniques for Mixed-Signal SoCs with VCS AMS
VCS AMS provides mixed-signal verification with a unique performance advantage due to tight integration of VCS functional verification and CustomSim FastSPICE simulation. Webinar topics include an introduction of the new VCS AMS mixed-signal verification solution, RNM with VCS, the SystemVerilog-based AMS testbench methodology, low power verification using UPF power intent specification and AMS debug with Verdi.
Rebecca Lipon, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Verification Group, Synopsys; Arturo Salz, Synopsys Scientist, Verification Group, Synopsys
May 21, 2014
Using a Golden UPF Methodology for Low Power Designs
This webinar will help you understand the best practices for implementation of a Golden UPF flow for Multi-Voltage designs using the IEEE 1801 (UPF) standard.
Somil Ingle, Sr. Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys; Mary Ann White, Product Marketing Director, Synopsys
Apr 03, 2014
Integrate your Debug Platform Seamlessly with Verdi Interoperable Apps (VIA)
Learn how Verdi, the industry’s de facto debug platform, offers a fully extensible platform for SoC teams and third-party EDA vendors to develop innovative debug capabilities to address this growing challenge in the industry. The Verdi Interoperability Apps (VIA) opens the programming interface of Verdi letting developers to integrate flow on Verdi Debug Platform.
Rich Chang, Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys; Archie Feng, CAE, Synopsys
Dec 18, 2013
Putting the Smarts into Smart Things - Designing ICs for the Internet of Things
Learn about the trends and challenges designers face when designing next-generation MCUs, and the latest Synopsys design and implementation tool technologies with proven DesignWare IP solutions.
Andy Biddle, Solutions Marketing Manager, Synopsys
Dec 17, 2013
Siloti Correlation Technology Improves Cross-Abstraction Levels and Debug Productivity
Learn how Siloti™ correlation technology automatically does the mapping for designers between RTL and gate-level designs and simulation waveforms. Usage flows and examples of applications will be provided.
Thomas Li, Product Marketing Director, Debug, Verification Group, Synopsys; Chun Chan, R&D Manager, Debug, Verification Group, Synopsys
Dec 04, 2013
Effective Verification of ARM AMBA 5 CHI Interconnect-Based SoCs Using Next-Generation VIP
This webinar will show how Synopsys' next-generation Verification IP enables the rapid creation of a multi-protocol verification environment for an AMBA® 5 CHI interconnect, including CHI, ACE-Lite™ and other AMBA interfaces. The webinar will cover stimulus, system-wide coherency and data integrity checking, performance checking, protocol-aware debug and coverage.
Neill Mullinger, Product Marketing Manager for Verification IP, Synopsys; Tushar Mattu Corporate Application Engineer (CAE) for Verification Group, Synopsys
Nov 20, 2013
VCS Xprop: Catch X-Related Issues at RTL to Reduce Time-Consuming Gate-Level Simulations
In this webinar you'll learn about a new technology in VCS, called Xprop, which eliminates 'x' optimism at RTL to enable correlation with hardware design behavior. Xprop can be used to reduce and potentially eliminate gate-level simulations for 'x' validation. This webinar will also show how VCS® Xprop eliminates 'x' optimism in advanced simulation flows (such as VCS-NLP) and demonstrate how to debug 'x'-related issues identified by VCS-NLP and Xprop using Verdi™ Power-Aware Debug.
Rebecca Lipon, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Verification Group, Synopsys
Nov 05, 2013
How VCS Improves Coverage Driven Verification Efficiency with Integrated Planning and Management
VCS provides a scalable and integrated planning, management and analysis solution for metric-driven verification. In this webinar, you'll learn how to track coverage and test data in order to correlate results with project goals and resources, so teams know where they are in the verification process and how they have allocated resources. These features are available in VCS 2013.06.
Rebecca Lipon, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Verification Group, Synopsys; Bart Thielges, R&D, Verification Group, Synopsys
Sep 17, 2013
Improve Stimulus Quality and Verification Completeness with VCS Constraint Debug
In this webinar, you will learn about new constraint debug features available in VCS 2013.06. In the batch mode, we will show you how to debug solver solutions as well as improve solver performance. In the interactive mode, we will show you how to stop the simulation on randomize calls, explore the solution and relation spaces in the randomize call, examine the solution distribution of random variables, and modify constraints, re-compiling the design interactively for effective what-if analysis.
Rebecca Lipon, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys; Jason Chen, CAE, Synopsys; Dhiraj Goswami, Scientist, R&D, Synopsys
Jun 25, 2013
Verilog-to-Verilog Equivalence Checking Using ESP
This Webinar gives a quick introduction to ESP-CV and how recent features are used to verify various Verilog-to-Verilog scenarios. Coverage analysis of the results is also discussed.
Philip Schmidt, R&D Manager, Synopsys; Dave Hedges, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys
May 29, 2013
Transaction Debug with Verdi3
In this webinar, you'll learn how to maximize your productivity by using Verdi's Transaction Debugging technology to dump, visualize and trace transactions. You'll learn how the tool's vertical correlation allows you to take the debug to the signal level waveform while retaining all of the necessary debugging details.
Rich Chang, Product Marketing Manager for Debug, Synopsys
May 22, 2013
A Hierarchical, Low Power Design Approach for Gigascale Designs
This webinar will help you understand the best practices for implementation of a Multi-Voltage hierarchical design using the IEEE 1801 (UPF) standard.
Viswanath K. Ramanathan, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys; Mary Ann White, Director of Product Marketing, Synopsys
Apr 24, 2013
Verifying Advanced Low Power Designs: Find Design-Killing LP Bugs Early and Easily
Learn how VCS with MVSIM Native Low Power provide the accuracy and comprehensive LP support needed at RTL, and enable LP bugs to be found and fixed early and easily in the design cycle.
David Hsu, Director of Product Marketing, Static and Low Power Verification, Synopsys; Aditya Kher, Senior Corporate Application Engineer (CAE), Low Power Verification, Synopsys; Harsh Chilwal, Senior R&D Engineer, Synopsys
Apr 04, 2013
Accelerate PCIe Integration Testing with Next-Generation Discovery VIP
Learn an optimal strategy for integration testing using UVM in conjunction with next-generation features of PCIe VIP for more efficient test development, error injection and debug.
Neill Mullinger, Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys; Paul Graykowski, Corporate Application Engineer (CAE), Synopsys
Mar 20, 2013
Functional Signoff: Measuring and Improving Verification Quality to Ensure Bug-Free Designs
In this webinar you will learn how Certitude Functional Qualification can be added to traditional coverage techniques, to provide unique insight into the quality of RTL simulation and formal verification environments. Certitude uses a proprietary mutation-based process to insert “artificial bugs” or faults into the design and measure the ability of your existing verification environment to detect these faults. The results of this process provide an objective measure of overall verification quality – the ability of the environment to activate, propagate and detect potential bugs – and identify specific holes and weaknesses like incomplete test scenarios, missing checkers and assertions, or infrastructure problems that can allow RTL bugs to slip through the process undetected. Fixing these weaknesses makes your verification environment stronger and reduces the risk of signing off or taping out with functional bugs.
Rebecca Lipon, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Verification Group, Synopsys; George Bakewell, CAE Director, Verification Group, Synopsys
Jan 10, 2013
Using Advanced Verification IP Capabilities to Accelerate Ethernet Verification
This webinar will be based around a typical Ethernet switch design including a processor, switch fabric and Ethernet MACs. Learn how SystemVerilog, UVM and VIP are utilized to verify the Ethernet digital core and then integration of the core into the system. We also cover advanced VIP features, including test suite and debug, to accelerate productivity.
Neill Mullinger, Product Marketing Manager for Verification IP, Synopsys; Jaspreet Singh Gambhir, R&D Manager for Verification IP, Synopsys
Dec 11, 2012
Static Verification of Advanced Low Power Designs
Learn about advanced low power techniques and the static checking capabilities designers need to verify the consistency and correctness of low power intent and implementation through the flow.
David Hsu, Director of Product Marketing, Static and Low Power Verification, Synopsys; Vinay Srinivas, R&D Group Director, Low Power Verification, Synopsys; Prapanna Tiwari , CAE Manager, Low Power Verification, Synopsys
Oct 30, 2012
New Features and Methodologies for Simplifying Hierarchical Low Power Verification with Formality
This webinar will discuss new features in Formality to help make low power hierarchical verification easer. We will also cover how to write your power intent (UPF) to help you implement a robust, simplified, hierarchical verification flow.
Bob Hatt, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys
Oct 10, 2012
Accurate Early Stage Power Estimation with PrimeTime PX: The NVIDIA Experience
In this webinar we will review the need for early power analysis, and show how useful power estimates can be achieved even with early and/or incomplete data. NVIDIA will outline their strategies.
Miodrag Vujkovic, Senior ASIC Design Engineer, NVIDIA; Maria Tovey, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys
Oct 04, 2012
Deploying UVM Effectively: How to Simplify Testbench Debug and Improve Turn-around-time with VCS
Learn how to utilize VCS and DVE to most effectively deploy, debug and optimize UVM testbenches.
Rebecca Lipon, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Verification Group, Synopsys; Adiel Khan, Corporate Applications Engineer (CAE), Verification Group, Synopsys
Oct 02, 2012
Verification of MIPI Protocols on a Mobile Platform SoC
This webinar is based around a MIPI-based mobile platform that consists of an application processor, baseband IC and RF IC with interfaces to the peripheral devices like camera, and display. The Webinar shows how SystemVerilog, UVM and verification IP (VIP) are utilized to verify the SoC that implements that platform. It will specifically focus on how to validate the data flow for typical scenarios involving the camera (CSI) and display (DSI) interfaces.
Neill Mullinger, Product Marketing Manager for Verification IP, Synopsys; Narasimhababu GVL, Senior R&D Manager for Verification IP, Synopsys
Aug 07, 2012
5X Faster PrimeTime Multivoltage Timing Signoff: A Renesas Case Study
Learn how PrimeTime’s new multivoltage aware analysis technology reduces risk and speeds signoff for designs with multiple voltage domains, and how Renesas has successfully deployed it to reduce signoff turnaround time by 5X.
Francis Cheung, Senior Staff Engineer, EDA Engineering, Engineering Unit , Renesas Electronics America, Inc.; Carol Scemanenco, Senior Staff Engineer, Implementation R&D Group, Synopsys, Inc.
Jul 31, 2012
Achieving Rapid Verification Convergence of ARM® AMBA® 4 ACE™ Designs using Discovery™ VIP
Overview of challenges of verifying a coherent design. Shows how the features and architecture of Synopsys’ new Discovery VIP helps overcome these challenges to simplify verification of ACE design.
Abhijeet Khopkar, R&D Manager, Synopsys; Neill Mullinger, Group Marketing Manager, Synopsys
May 08, 2012
Low Power Designs Made Easy: Create, Visualize and Debug Your Power Intent
This webinar will show you the various steps to easily generate, view, refine and debug the power intent of your design, as specified with the IEEE 1801 (UPF) format. You will learn effective techniques to speed up the implementation of your advanced low power designs. This webinar will be valuable for both new and experienced users of power intent. You will also have the opportunity to engage in an interactive Q&A session following the technical presentation.
Sebastian Brugnoli, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys; Mary Ann White, Product Marketing Director, Synopsys
Mar 07, 2012
Lighter, Easier and More Flexible Approaches for Multi-Voltage Low Power Design Specification
In this webinar you will learn how various ways of describing power intent with IEEE 1801 (UPF) can help you achieve more efficient low power designs. You will also have the opportunity to engage in an interactive Q&A session following the technical presentation.
Somil Ingle, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys; Mary Ann White, Product Marketing Director, Synopsys
Oct 12, 2011
Reduce Power Consumption 30% with Advanced Synthesis Techniques
In this webinar you will learn how new advances in clock gating and voltage threshold (Vt) optimization available in Design Compiler can reduce your dynamic and leakage power by 10-30%. An interactive Q&A session follows the technical presentation.
Mary Ann White, Product Marketing Director, Synopsys; Rishi Chawla, Sr. Application Engineering Manager, Synopsys
Apr 14, 2011

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