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Video: DAC 2012 Update on AMIQ’s DVT IDE – New RTL Design Work Flow Support

Comments(0)Filed under: DAC, eclipse, AMIQ, DVT, IDE, Joe Hupcey III, DAC 2012, RTL design, integrated development environment, Cristian Amitroaie

Readers of this blog and of Team Specman will recall that Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and verification services provider AMIQ has been in the vanguard of supporting functional verification methodologies and testbench creation for years.  The success of verification engineers using AMIQ's "DVT" IDE product has been increasingly noticed by their RTL designer colleagues such that AMIQ is now adding new capabilities to DVT to support RTL design work flows.  In this interview shot on the DAC 2012 expo floor, AMIQ CEO Cristian Amitroaie describes how they have extended the DVT IDE to address the needs of design engineers, including powerful new capabilities to refactor and visualize the code and signal flow.

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Question: are your RTL design engineers becoming more concerned about integrating with and/or perhaps even adopting verification-style methodologies?

Joe Hupcey III

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

Reference Links
DVCon 2012: AMIQ launches "Verissimo" - a verification-centric, UVM-aware SystemVerilog linter

The DVT website: http://www.dvteclipse.com/

Also recall 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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