A Methodology for Low Power Verification
Increased complexity and the need for accurate verification have stymied verification teams and held tape-outs at hostage. The industry is in dire need of a systematic approach to low power verification.
Reducing Design Costs and Accelerating Time-to-market with Transaction-based Verification
The complexity, performance and functionality of the chips required for today’s and tomorrow’s electronic products —such as music players, smart phones, camcorders or game consoles — is increasing significantly.
Accelerating Embedded Software Development with Rapid Prototyping
The success of today’s large-budget ASIC projects depends on the up-front choices made for their verification. Growing design complexity, demand for more features, increased speed and large amounts of embedded software in ASIC designs means the choice of hardware-assisted verification method is more important than ever before to design teams.
Increasing Verification Efficiency Using Virtualization and Reuse of System-level Models
Recent market research indicates the development effort for software running on 90nm chip designs has already surpassed the effort of the hardware development.
Industry's First Low Power Verification Methodology Manual, Authored by ARM, Renesas Technology and Synopsys, is Now Available
Synopsys Defines Next Era of Rapid Prototyping
New DesignWare Verification IP Alliance Program Expands Availability of High-Quality VMM-Enabled Verification IP
Eclyse Low Power Solution
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