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New Blog series- Team ESL

Comments(0)Filed under: System Design and Verification, Hardware/software co-verification, ESL handoff, high-level synthesis adoption, C-to-Silicon Compiler, ISX, High-Level Synthesis, ESL, embedded SW engineer, embedded software, C-to-Silicon, Incisive Software ExtensionsCadence is well known for its leadership in system verification leveraging its HW-assisted verification market segment. Last year, we have expanded this segment offering, combined it with our System Software capabilities (focusing on Electronic System Level - ESL) into a larger segment - System Design and Verification. C-to-Silicon was launched as a new solution addressing the ESL design domain. In order to communicate with the design community, we are launching a new Blog series called - Team ESL. This will provide the opportunity for the technical experts (Cadence, industry experts and users) to share their experience, knowledge and opinions about the ESL trends, use models, eco-system, methodologies and tools. We will publish technical articles with high quality and be able to provide tips to other users in the industry. The latest series (Exploring the Virtual Platform) shared by Jason Andrews in this blog is an example for the type of articles we are referring to. If you have an interest to publish such articles, please contact me or comment on this blog. If you are interested in this topic and would like to read more, visit or register our system D&V community and watch for ESL Team blogs.

Our intent is to complement other online ESL blogs and resources such as:

And other ESL industry expert blogs such as:







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