Tag Archives: Complex Designs

Ways to lift productivity during physical verification

Physical verification can seem tedious and time-consuming, but it is where your design starts to come to life. This article explores how to get the best physical verification results by reducing computational demands such as, handling data more efficiently and exploiting parallelization.

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Could Liquid IP Lead to Better Chips? Part 3

This article from Semiengineering describes the benefits that could come from making IP available as abstract blocks instead of RTL implementations and outlines what remains to be done before liquid IP becomes a standard practice and what issues are preventing adoption today.

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Which Verification Engine? – Part 3

This article from Semiengineering captures the conversation between the industry experts on the value of multiple verification engines, and what’s driving demand for verification in the cloud.

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Is Verification Falling Behind?

The verification team must constantly innovate and find new and more efficient ways to get to coverage closure faster. It’s becoming harder for tools and methodologies to keep up with increasing design complexity. This article from Semiengineering describes how to prevent your design from being compromised.

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Find out how T&VS Verification services help to meet the challenging requirements with respect to performance, flexibility and verify the today’s complex designs effectively.

Could Liquid IP Lead to Better Chips?

This article from Semiengineering discusses the benefits that could come from making IP available as abstract blocks instead of RTL implementations and explains what is the business model associated with liquid IP and what can we expect to migrate, and which blocks will remain at RTL.

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Find out how T&VS Verification services help to meet the challenging requirements with respect to performance, flexibility and verify the today’s complex designs effectively.

Which Verification Engine?

This article from Semiengineering captures the conversation between industry experts on the state of verification and outlines the real value of multiple verification engines such as, how cloud-based verification gains some footing, particularly with internal clouds.

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Find out how T&VS Verification services help to meet the challenging requirements with respect to performance, flexibility and verify the today’s complex designs effectively.

Breaking Points of Verification

Verification efficiency and speed can vary significantly from one design to the next, and that variability is rising alongside growing design complexity. Depending on design complexity, memory allocation or a host of other issues, several approaches simply can run out of steam.

This article focuses on the breaking points of verification and explains why it is becoming more difficult to be satisfied that a design has been fully verified within a tight market window and at a reasonable cost.

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Mixed Messages for Mixed-Signal

There is no such thing as a purely digital design at advanced nodes today. Even designs that have no analog content are likely relying on mixed-signal components. But the days of purposely attempting to integrate everything including analog and RF onto a single die may be coming to an end for many segments of the industry.

This article from Semiengineering highlights what does the future of analog mixed-signal design and verification look like, and outlines whether can we expect to see any methodology changes in this semiconductor industry.

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How to Handle Concurrency

The evolution of processing architectures has solved many problems within a chip, but for each problem solved another one was created. Concurrency is one of those issues, and it has been getting much more attention lately. This article from Semiengineering summarizes how to manage and handle concurrency in today’s semiconductor world.

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Power Modelling and Analysis

This article from Semiengineering captures the conversation between industry experts on what is the best approach for power models and describes what does a power model look like and how do you ensure software utilizes power control properly.

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