Over past decades, hardware emulation has been steadily evolved and becomes easier to install and operate.  A simulator tries to model the behavior of a SoC or system-level design while an emulator creates an actual implementation of the design.

This article from EETimes outlines how the trends of emulation toward the mainstream have been facilitated by supporting a single source flow that can interchange between software simulation and hardware emulation with identical results.

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