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Innova at the 2024 Design Automation Conference

Innova at the 2024 Design Automation Conference
by Daniel Nenni on 06-20-2024 at 12:00 pm

DAC 2024 BannerDesign projects are becoming more and more complex. The success of a design project is tightly linked to the best preparation. Having an accurate and precise prediction of either project design resources or design parameters, with a plan to react in an appropriate way is crucial and cost saving.

A typical example is the availability of licenses for all designers during experimentation and production. Either pre-synthesis which may require running parallel flows, each flow with needed licenses for restructuring a design, run several synthesis runs, etc. And also, post-synthesis when running tools with significant runtime such as simulation and placement and routing.

Having the possibility to define precisely the number of licenses, knowing peak usage and threshold, and predict the related period this will happen is key to negotiate contract with Vendors (we all know how much a license increment can cost). Same for the hardware resources, anticipate the period we will need additional resources, on cloud for example can lead to a different resource allocation strategy.

Innova leverage advanced artificial intelligence algorithms to provide a design environment and infrastructure to collect data, predict the expected resources, and predict also how design parameters may evolve given data from previous design projects.

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For a particular SoC design flow, Innova’s prediction capabilities can even be applied as a “correlation dashboard” between design steps. This means that Innova PDM software can easily answer the question of how much the execution of a given design step would impact the result of a subsequent other design step.  In summary, Innova PDM’s advanced algorithms analyze historical project data to provide accurate predictions, enabling design teams to make informed decisions at each stage. This reduces the risk of unforeseen complications and ensures a smoother progression from one design step to another.

Innova brings also another dimension to the SoC design process and project, which is the eco-compliance of the entire design environment. Innova PDM gives to the user, the ability to start a new design project with a limited impact on ecology and better control on power consumption. Thanks to its qualification metrics of designs flows, design data and related compute resource configurations, Innova PDM helps filtering between different design flow options and possibilities through a unique eco-friendly score.

If you are a designer or a CAD manager, involved directly or indirectly in success decisions of complex design projects, visit the Innova booth (#1528, first floor) and hear about this new and unique automation solution whose customization capabilities will help anticipate needed resources for future projects.

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