Defining Sufficient Coverage – Part III

The role of coverage is to provide a metric that can be used to determine the completeness or adequacy of the verification process. This article from Semiengineering captures a conversation between Mentor Graphics, ARM, Atrenta and Real Intent on how to tackle issues including system level coverage, functional fault models, redundancy and interfaces. Read More [...]

2016-01-08T06:49:11+00:008th January, 2016|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Defining Sufficient Coverage

The role of coverage is to provide a metric that can be used to determine the completeness or adequacy of the verification process. This article from SemiEngineering outlines the conversation of Atrenta, Mentor, ARM and Real Intent on how to define the sufficiency of coverage as a part of verification closure. Read More Learn more [...]

2015-12-24T03:38:29+00:0024th December, 2015|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Can The IoE Ever Be Secure?

The Internet of Everything (IoE) is an emerging application where devices can connect to a host of other devices, each either providing data from sensors, or containing actuators that can control functions. The rapid rise of the number of connected devices comes with a commensurate increase in the number of security issues. This article from SemiEngineering [...]

2015-12-21T06:30:01+00:0021st December, 2015|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Verification IP for ARM AMBA 5 AHB5

This article from Cadence announced verification IP (VIP) for the ARM® AMBA® 5 Advanced High-Performance Bus 5 (AHB5) specifications. The simulation VIP, available now, supports all of the major logic simulators and enables verification engineers to perform in-depth verification with SystemVerilog-UVM testbenches. Read More

2016-07-08T07:04:56+00:007th December, 2015|Blog, Thought Leadership|

AMBA 5 AHB5 Verification IP: What’s It all about?

Synopsys announced the availability of Verification IP for the new ARM AMBA 5 Advanced High-Performance Bus 5 (AHB5) interconnects. This article outlines how AHB5 supports the newly announced ARMv8-M architecture which drives security into the hardware layer to ensure developers have a fast and efficient way of protecting any embedded or Internet of Things (IoT) device. Read More

2015-11-19T05:56:56+00:0019th November, 2015|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Critical Step for Functional Safety

In a crucial step to help IC vendors to design SoCs compliant to functional safety standards such as ISO 26262 in the automotive industry, this article from ARM Embedded Solutions outlines how SoC designers manage various situations of design and verification of safety functions more efficiently. Read More

2015-10-08T05:45:30+00:008th October, 2015|Blog, Thought Leadership|