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Gentlemen, Start Your Simulation Engines

Comments(0)Filed under: SystemVerilog, IES, Incisive Enterprise Simulator (IES), IES-XL, performance, Incisive, multi-core, Funcional Verification

As we outlined in our recent performance white paper, every verification team has the need for higher performance simulation.  Of course, you can expect on-going innovation from Cadence R&D, but there are some things you can do to get more from your engine at any time.  The February 23, 2012 webinar explains just that.

Attendees to the webinar will learn a series of tips they can apply immediately.  Among these are environment set-up for efficient simulation, rapid turn-around time starting with techniques to speed elaboration, and faster run-time simulation.  The information will be presented by Amit Dua, author of the performance white paper and leader of the team that has conducted performance audits and improvements worldwide.

Gentlmen, and ladies, start your simulation engines!

=Adam "Zoom" Sherer

 

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