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Why hyperlinks are essential for HDL debugging

EDA has been struggling for years to build tools that make debug tractable. Recent advances have borrowed ease-of-use aspects from popular computer applications such as web browsers and applied them to some of the most complex design and verification problems. Hyperlinks turn out to be a key technology here.This article explains why hyperlinks are essential [...]

23rd October, 2019|Blog, Thought Leadership|

How to win at continuous testing

The prize of test automation and continuous testing has always been a much sought after one by organizations and never more so with the exponential growth of those organizations wanting to adopt Agile and DevOps practices. This article explains how to successfully implement continuous testing. Read More Find out how T&VS Software Testing services help you to [...]

23rd October, 2019|Blog, Thought Leadership|

How IoT in Healthcare Benefits the Medical Industry

With IoT bringing along a host of very attractive features like connectivity, safety, integration, analysis, endpoint management as the most important being, the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), it was only a matter of time that industries got attracted to this super technology, which changed their fortunes altogether.This article explains how IoT technology helps to improve [...]

23rd October, 2019|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Industrial IoT: Everything From Risks To Benefits

Gathering relevant data is one of the most daunting business tasks. But technological advancement has made it easier today. The emergence of IIoT is the power tool for businesses.This article explores everything about industrial IoT (IIoT), including its benefits, working and associated risks. Read More Find out how T&VS IoT services help to build a foundation of trust, security [...]

23rd October, 2019|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Extending Portable Stimulus

Accellera’s Portable Test and Stimulus Specification has been a standard for a year. Now the companies are trying to identify new features or capabilities that would enhance the standard. This article discusses about how to extend PSS to other features and capabilities. Read More Find out how T&VS portable stimulus specification addresses today industry verification challenges.

22nd October, 2019|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Inverting the Test Automation Pyramid

A growing company was tasked to develop a test automation program from scratch, change its coding practices, and build a continuous testing toolchain. This article discusses about how they did it, including realizing that implementing the traditional test pyramid wasn't going to work so it would have to be turned upside down. Read More Find [...]

22nd October, 2019|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Eight ways to secure your data on IoT devices

Without any doubt, the internet of things presents lots of exciting opportunities and ideas for innovation. Having said that, what many people might not realize is the extent of privacy and security risks associated with this technology. This article discusses the eight major ways users can protect their data on their IoT devices. Read More [...]

22nd October, 2019|Blog, Thought Leadership|

IoT device security: A path to standardization

Setting up an IoT device is a crucial step. Regarding the case of a consumer product, this process is expected to be done once when unpacking each of the purchased products. The main challenge for set up is that it must be both a seamless experience and a secure procedure. This article discusses about how [...]

22nd October, 2019|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Testing Against Changing Standards In Automotive

The infusion of more semiconductor content into cars is raising the bar on reliability and changing the way chips are designed, verified and tested, but it also is raising a lot of questions about whether companies are on the right track at any point in time. This article outlines how testing is affected by changing [...]

21st October, 2019|Blog, Thought Leadership|

13 Common Mistakes That Happen During Usability Testing

The aim of usability testing is very simple: ask participants to test the application, collect quantitative data from the test results and figure out how the application can be improved. Often, testers or observers make certain mistakes that can lead to a critical defect from were recovering the application can be costly and time-consuming. This article elaborates what [...]

21st October, 2019|Blog, Thought Leadership|