AMIQ EDA provides software tools that enable hardware design and verification engineers to increase the speed and quality of new code development, simplify legacy code maintenance, accelerate language and methodology learning, and improve source code reliability.
AMIQ EDA was founded in 2008 and has a team of 20+ R&D engineers. Our solutions have been adopted worldwide by 100+ companies in 30+ countries. All Top 10 Semiconductor Vendors in 2019 use our software to improve productivity and reduce time to market.
We strongly believe in user-centered development and we are committed to properly understanding and promptly solving user requirements. Our tools are designed to solve major challenges that we and our customers have encountered in real-world semiconductor projects:
DVT Eclipse IDE
Design and Verification Tools (DVT) Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE) is the industry’s first and best software-like IDE for hardware designers and verification engineers. It supports SystemVerilog, Verilog, Verilog-AMS, the e language, and VHDL. It is built on the Eclipse Platform and is similar to well-known programming tools such as Visual Studio and IntelliJ. DVT Eclipse IDE helps in developing new code to meet tight schedules, understanding legacy or poorly documented code, and getting new engineers up to speed quickly. See more
Verissimo SystemVerilog Testbench Linter
Verissimo is a static code analysis tool that allows engineers to accurately identify SystemVerilog language pitfalls, semantic, style, or performance issues, and dead or duplicate code. Project teams can deploy Verissimo to all engineers to enforce compliance with verification methodologies such as UVM or with company-specific coding guidelines. This ensures a consistent style for higher quality and more effective verification reuse. See more
Specador Documentation Generator
Specador automatically generates accurate HTML documentation from SystemVerilog, Verilog, VHDL, and e language source code, based on effective compilation and comments analysis. It enables design and verification engineers to effortlessly generate and maintain proper and well-organized documentation. This prevents the common problem of hand-written documentation and source code getting out of sync repeatedly over the course of a project. See more
DVT Debugger is an extended capability of DVT Eclipse IDE, providing advanced debugging capabilities for the e language, SystemVerilog, Verilog, and VHDL users. It allows them to perform debugging using the same graphical user interface (GUI) where they develop their code, thereby reducing debug flow complexity. DVT Debugger is integrated with all major simulators so it provides an effective solution even in a multi-vendor environment. See more