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New Interview with Partner Zocalo on Their Assertion Creation Philosophy and Approach for ABV

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, Verification methodology , DAC, verification strategy, verification, ABV, formal, Zocalo, assertions

Heads-up Team Verify subscribers: on his "Industry Insights" blog Richard Goering just interviewed Zocalo president Howard Martin about assertion-based verification methodology -- including the dangers of an ad-hoc approach to ABV.  To read the interview, click here.

For some additional background on Zocalo, recall this discussion from DAC:


If video fails to open, click here.

Additionally, Zocalo has been noted in a recent DeepChip wire tap:
deepchip.com/items/dac10-01.html

As well as articles in EDA Café:
http://www10.edacafe.com/nbc/articles/view_article.php?section=CorpNews&articleid=764269

And Gabe on EDA:
http://www.gabeoneda.com/openchannel/zocalo-tech-introduces-assertion-based-verification-capabilities

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: http://www.zocalo-tech.com/

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

 

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