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DAC report: Video Interview With Zocalo

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, Formal Analysis, DAC, SVA, EDA, ABV, IEV, IFV, EDA360

One of the benefits of the annual Design Automation Conference is the opportunity for innovative start-ups to make their mark.  This year, our partner Zocalo  made several "must see lists" for their Zazz platform's ability to make life easier for IP creators and integrators with their easy to use Assertion Based Verification (ABV) tool suite. 

In this brief video, Zocalo's CTO Khalil Shalish covers the highlights of their Zazz platform, and how it supports both the daily needs of designers just trying to get their jobs done as well as industry initiatives like EDA360.  (FYI, their booth was so busy with prospects that we had to shoot this before the floor opened on Wednesday in order to get through it without interruption!)

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Finally, unlike a lot of small companies that tend to overdo being stealthy and mysterious, Zocalo has a refreshing amount of meaty white papers posted on their website.

Happy verifying!

Joe Hupcey III
for Team Verify

Team Verify On Twitter: @teamverify, http://twitter.com/teamverify

Joe on Twitter: @jhupcey, http://twitter.com/jhupcey


Reference Links
Zocalo's home page, http://zocalo-tech.com/

EDA Café Interview with Zocalo's President, Howard Martin, on "Challenges and Opportunities of Enabling Assertion-Based Verification (ABV)"

GabeOnEDA:  Zocalo Tech Introduces Assertion-Based Verification Capabilities



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