Webinar: HLS — What, How and Why Now?

Webinar: HLS — What, How and Why Now?
by Daniel Payne on 09-24-2019 at 10:00 am

Overview

HLS has been around for years, so why are we seeing such growth now? This webinar starts with an introduction of basic HLS concepts, design methodologies, best fits for HLS with customer use cases/highlights that explain the benefits they experienced and their adoption path. It will then move to a discussion of trends … Read More


Webinar: Should I Kill My Formal Run – Part 2: What You Can Do Beforehand to Avoid Trouble and Set Yourself Up for Success

Webinar: Should I Kill My Formal Run – Part 2: What You Can Do Beforehand to Avoid Trouble and Set Yourself Up for Success
by Daniel Payne on 09-24-2019 at 8:00 am

Overview

In this segment we assume you are about to kick off a formal analysis, and want to make sure you will avoid the most obvious pitfalls in setting up your formal testbench, the DUT, and the runner scripting.

What You Will Learn

  • How you can setup your formal testbench for success by writing assertions, constraints, and cover
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Seminar: Mentor Forum for Tessent DFT 2019 India

Seminar: Mentor Forum for Tessent DFT 2019 India
by Daniel Payne on 09-17-2019 at 9:00 am

Overview

Test for the Autonomous Age

The seminar will focus on three key test challenges IC vendors face as they try to make the promises of the autonomous age a reality.

  • Implementing DFT on the very large designs and new compute architectures that are required for efficient AI and machine learning
  • Achieving high test quality and
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Webinar: Should I Kill My Formal Run – Part 1: What You Can Do While the Formal Run is In-Progress

Webinar: Should I Kill My Formal Run – Part 1: What You Can Do While the Formal Run is In-Progress
by Daniel Payne on 09-17-2019 at 8:00 am

Overview

Imagine you have a formal job currently running in another window, and you are in a quandary about whether to keep it going or to kill it to save computer resources and time. In this segment we will show you the information you can use to decide whether to continue or stop.

What You Will Learn

  1. How to monitor the formal engines
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Seminar: Low Power Verification Forum

Seminar: Low Power Verification Forum
by Daniel Payne on 09-12-2019 at 11:30 am

Overview

Reducing power consumption is a mainstream and essential design requirement for many industry segments; including networking, milaero, mobile, automotive, consumer, IoT and many others. Besides using power management techniques, design teams are also trying to reduce their power in the RTL design process by reducing… Read More


Can a hierarchical Test flow be used on a flat design?

Can a hierarchical Test flow be used on a flat design?
by Tom Simon on 08-15-2019 at 10:00 am

It is pretty common for physical layout to work from a flattened hierarchy for blocks or even full chips, even though the front-end design starts with a hierarchical representation. This was not always the case. Way back when, the physical layout matched the logical hierarchy during the design process. Of course, this led to all… Read More


Accelerate Your Early Design Recon

Accelerate Your Early Design Recon
by Alex Tan on 08-13-2019 at 6:00 am

A product launch nowadays demands shorter runway. SoC designers challenges are not so much in facing the unavailability of proven design capture methodologies or IP’s that could satisfy their product requirements, but more so in orchestrating the integration of all those components to deliver the targeted functionalities… Read More


Webinar: Marine Craft Dynamic Motion with Simcenter Flomaster

Webinar: Marine Craft Dynamic Motion with Simcenter Flomaster
by Daniel Payne on 07-18-2019 at 10:00 am

Overview

A new capability was introduced in the latest release of Simcenter Flomaster 2019.1.  Join this event to find out how to quickly and accurately model the transient motion of marine vessels and the effects this has on the fluid systems.

This presentation considers the use of Simcenter Flomaster in the development process… Read More


Automotive Market Pushing Test Tool Capabilities

Automotive Market Pushing Test Tool Capabilities
by Tom Simon on 07-09-2019 at 8:00 am

It’s easy to imagine that the main impetus for automotive electronics safety standards like ISO 26262 is the emergence of autonomous driving technology. However, even cars that do not offer this capability rely heavily on electronics for many critical systems. These include engine control, braking, crash sensors, and stability… Read More


An Important Next Step for Portable Stimulus Adoption

An Important Next Step for Portable Stimulus Adoption
by Daniel Nenni on 07-02-2019 at 5:00 am

Portable stimulus has been a hot topic for a couple of years in the EDA and semiconductor industries. Many observers see this approach as the next major advance in verification beyond the Universal Verification Methodology (UVM), and the next step higher in abstraction for specifying verification intent. The basic idea is to … Read More