SATA Specification 3.3 Gaps Filled by SATA QVIP

This article reveals inferences from the SATA Specification 3.3 that we consider to be functional gaps, restricting the optimized operation of a SATA device. The physical layer constitutes one of the most important layers in a SATA stack, making even minute ambiguities critical to protocol functionalities and performance. This article highlights some of these ambiguities [...]

2018-04-20T05:38:08+00:0019th April, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

USB Type-C Verification: Challenges and Solution

This article from Mentor Graphics describes the challenges faced in the verification of USB Type-C connectors and of USB Type-C connectors integrated with USB PD. It also provides insights into how QVIP provides a solution to the mixed signal verification challenges involved with USB Type-C signalling. Read More Find out how T&VS Verification services help [...]

2017-02-16T06:19:21+00:0016th February, 2017|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Integrate Ethernet QVIP in a Few Hours: an A-to-Z Guide

The steps described in this article from Verification Academy help users to quickly integrate the Ethernet QVIP in their verification environment, thus saving more time for important and concrete verification activities. In this article, the steps to integrate the QVIP in the test bench are described using Ethernet as an example. However, the generic information [...]

2015-04-07T07:25:36+00:007th April, 2015|Blog, Thought Leadership|