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Live Webinar: Code Review for System Architects

Live Webinar: Code Review for System Architects
by Daniel Nenni on 11-11-2022 at 6:00 am

Jade design automation System Architects

Register management tools have been used mostly in a bottom-up approach. There are some documents and/or spreadsheets created by the System Architects that are delivered to the design and verification teams. They then start capturing the HW/SW interface of the peripheral IPs in their in-house or commercial register management tool working their way up to the full SoC.

Using these tools make sure that the different teams are in sync and that there is a single source of truth for the HW/SW interface. This is a great step forward from where different teams were manually maintaining their view of the SoC registers. Jade Design Automation thinks that this could be taken to the next level and register management tools can be used in a top-down approach as well, right from the moment when the first draft of the SoC is created by the System Architect.

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How cross domain knowledge can help create better SoCs?

This webinar shows how we can combine tools and practices from seemingly far away domains and how simple ideas can have great impact.

As the System Architect starts capturing the system level memory map and the high level HW/SW interface of the SoC, the Tech Leads need to review the proposed changes, assess the impact on their domains and raise potential issues as early as possible.

The solution proposed in this webinar came from the Embedded SW team, from the other end of the flow. Using a code review tool and process on the design data enables the Tech Leads to review changes before they go live and creates a track record of these reviews. As long as the design data format is human readable (for visual diff) and machine parsable (to auto-generate collateral) this flow can be used on any design aspect with any toolchain.

Learn more about how code review tools and practices can help with the collaboration between the System Architect and the Tech Leads from Tamas Olaszi, Director at Jade Design Automation. Join a live discussion with him on Tue, Dec 13, 2022 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PST. The concept will be reviewed from the HW/SW interface’s perspective but the same principles can be applied to other aspects of the design flow as well.

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Jade Design Automation has a laser sharp focus on register management with a mission to address the register management challenges from system architecture to SW bring-up.

With a good understanding of the challenges that system architects, design and verification engineers, SW teams and technical writers face during complex SoC projects the company offers a tool that mixes the flexibility of the in-house solutions with the robustness of a commercial product.

With an uncompromising attention to quality, state-of-the-art technology and best in class support we can address change requests with a turnaround time that is comparable to the in-house solution.

The company was founded in 2019 by Tamas Olaszi, a long timer of the semiconductor industry. He spent a decade with an Irish EDA company that was offering a tool suite around register management and SoC integration while he lived and worked in Asia, the US and multiple countries across Europe.

After joining Arm in 2014 he worked with his team on internal register management solutions for IoT subsystems and system IP. From this he moved on to building up and managing an embedded SW team that was responsible for the SW bring-up of IoT test boards.

Having seen how difficult it is to maintain in-house solutions for a long period of time and how existing solutions are built on decade old technologies with decade old data models that are inadequate for today’s challenges he decided to start Jade Design Automation with the help of a few co-workers he previously worked together at Arm .

Jade Design Automation is registered and regulated in the European Union.

Also Read:

Jade Design Automation’s Register Management Tool

CEO Interview: Tamas Olaszi of Jade Design Automation

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