Power management verification is critical. organizations start this type of verification at a very early stage in the design flow and add details and granularities as the design progresses. This article describes a four-stage power management verification flow that allows customers to break down a complex problem into smaller, targeted verification projects and establish a feedback loop to and from the backend teams.
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To enable the adoption of advanced low-power techniques by mainstream users, there is a need for a design flow that holistically addresses the architecture, design, verification, and implementation of low-power designs.Due to the nature of low power design architectures and behavior, low power verification complexity is exponentially more challenging. This article from Design Reuse describes how to achieve robust verification coverage for low power architecture.
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Adoption of advanced low power design techniques is growing rapidly to support ever-more sophisticated system level power management schemes. Due to the nature of low power design architectures and behavior, low power verification complexity is exponentially more challenging. This article from Design Reuse describes how to achieve robust verification coverage of low power architecture.
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With increasing design complexities in power architecture and complex power domain partitioning, it is becoming imperative to drive functional and physical verification of these complex power logic hand in hand.Design and verification teams are struggling to keep up with two vectors – the ever increasing number of IP blocks and subsystems in modern SoCs & the growing use of software for power management. This article from Semiengineering describes how to handle and achieve low power coverage. Read More
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Functionally verifying complex SoCs is an enormous challenge, and the challenge grows when multiple power domains are powered up and down for power management needs.
This article from Synopsys outlines how low-power design strategies affect the verification process and describes the measures to overcome these challenges.
Today’s SoC designs typically have anywhere from a few to a hundred different power domains.
This article from Breker Systems describes how low-power verification features are estimating SoC power consumption as early as possible in the verification process.
The presentation slides and recordings of Synopsys, Mentor Graphics and ARM at DVClub Europe Conference which took place on 22 September are now available! Some useful insights on “Power Aware Verification”.
Find out Slides and Recordings here
This article from Mentor Graphics announces the support for the Low Power Successive Refinement Methodology using Questa® Power Aware Simulation and new capabilities in the Visualizer Debug Environment to dramatically improve verification re-use and productivity for low power designs using ARM® technology.
The Slides of Mentor Graphics, Synopsys and ARM presentation at DVClub Europe which took place on 22 September, on “Power Aware Verification” are now available!
You can view the slides here
Adnan Hamid, Co-Founder and CTO at Breker Verification Inc., will be at DVClub Europe to discuss “Low Power Verification with Graph-Based Portable Stimulus”.
If you are working on “Low Power Verification“ or wish to get yourself acquainted with the latest in Graph-Based Portable Stimulus, this session is a must attend.
You can attend physically at UWE( in Bristol, Cambridge, Grenoble and Sophia ) or remotely and you can find out more about the conference and how to register here