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Duolog Interview At DAC 2010, And The IP Integration Aspect Of EDA360

Comments(0)Filed under: DAC, OVM, IP-XACT, uvm, EDA360, IP, Duolog, Cadence Connections

One virtue of events like DAC is that is provides an open forum for vendors to show how they crystallize high-level, abstract ideas to concrete, valuable products.  Cadence Connections program partner Duolog made the most of this opportunity by exhibiting their "Socrates" chip integration platform for addressing the growing problem of integrating IP of all shapes, sizes, and domains -- plus maintaining all the supporting collateral, like documentation, bare-metal software headers, etc.

In this video, Duolog's CTO Dave Murray hits the highlights of the Socrates platform's capabilities, and notes the uncanny alignment between their mission and the EDA360 vision paper's call for EDA to provide new automation and renewed standards support for IP integration.

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Happy integrating!

Joe Hupcey III

On Twitter: @jhupcey;  http://twitter.com/jhupcey

 

Reference Links
Duolog's main website: http://www.duolog.com/

White paper on how Duolog's Socrates Chip Integration Hub Supports the EDA360 Vision http://www.duolog.com/duologs-socrates-chip-integration-hub-supports-eda360-vision

Even more white papers on IP integration and related automation: http://www.duolog.com/technical-documents

OVM/UVM users: don't miss Duolog's paper on "Interface-based OVM Environment Automation" http://www.duolog.com/interface-based-ovm-environment-automation

 

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