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Video: Update on AMIQ’s DVT IDE at DAC 2011 – Specman Debugger Integration, Open API

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, DAC, OVM, eRM, eclipse, e, Specman, IES-XL, verification, AMIQ, uvm, e language, DVT, IDE, Amitroaie

Specmaniacs and IES-XL users around the world know that Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and verification services provider AMIQ has been in the vanguard of supporting eRM, OVM, and now the full production UVM.  At DAC 2011, AMIQ introduced a long awaited feature to DVT for Specmaniacs in particular: direct integration with the Specman debugger.  In this interview shot on the DAC 2011 show floor, AMIQ CEO Cristian Amitroaie talks about this new capability, a new API to enable customers to customize the DVT work flow to enforce a company's coding guidelines, and the industry-wide migration from eRM and OVM to UVM.

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Happy code writing!

Joe Hupcey III
for Team Specman

On Twitter: http://twitter.com/teamspecman, @teamspecman

And on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Team-Specman/162990052302

Reference links:
The DVT product website: http://www.dvteclipse.com/

Video: Update on AMIQ's DVT IDE and UVM 1.0 at DVCon 2011

Also recall that AMIQ's evaluation process is a breeze -- just fill out this form:
and they email you a demo license.  That's it!



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