Synopsys’ SoC Integration & Verification consultants are available to assist in many capacities from concept to GDSII. Whether you just need our guidance, want us to take on a block, or prefer that we take responsibility for the entire SoC, our consultants are ready to perform the full range of design tasks including verification, synthesis, timing, power design, equivalency checking, and constraints generation.
Past customers have taken advantage of our tool, IP, and methodology knowledge to optimize their designs for power, performance, and area. This specialized knowledge comes from our unique perspective as an IP vendor, which gives us insight into both IP integration and low power design.
- IP Integration: Our role as a leading IP vendor brings unique insights to the challenges of IP integration and allows us to provide specialized know-how on processors, IP, and subsystem building blocks. Our clients rely on our experience with processors, interface IP (DDR, PCIe, USB, HDMI, SATA, Ethernet), embedded memories, logic libraries, and security IP to accelerate their integration process and time-to-market.
Rather than starting from zero, designers can use DesignWare IP Subsystems and work with our expert consultants to integrate pre-configured SoC-ready subsystems. Synopsys' pre-verified DesignWare® Interface IP Subsystems, ARC Data Fusion IP Subsystem, ARC Sensor & Control IP Subsystem and ARC SoundWave Audio IP Subsystem deliver complete, complex functions that are ready to integrate into a SoC. The DesignWare IP Subsystems and consulting services can cut development times from months to weeks.
- Low Power Design: Our access to both internal and external IP projects helped us become low power experts. We’ll implement low power design techniques on your designs, all the way from capturing the design’s power intent into UPF, to performing static and functional simulation, equivalency checking, and validation in the physical domain. We’ve minimized power and clock skew through choosing the best clocking schemes, aligning cache memories, and managing both dynamic and leakage power.