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OSCI Launches Video Tutorials for TLM 2.0

Comments(3)Filed under: System Design and Verification, Intel, SystemC, TLM 2.0, modeling, osci, interoperability

Cadence is one of the sponsors of a series of Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI) TLM 2.0 tutorials, first delivered at DVCon 2009. They have been captured in video form for your access, anytime, anywhere!

The Tutorials Agenda:

Introduction and Welcome
Jack Donovan, President, XtremeEDA USA

Overview of TLM-2.0 Features
John Aynsley, Technical Director, Doulos

TLM Mechanics
David Black, ESL Technologist, XtremeEDA

TLM 2.0 Nuances
John Aynsley, Technical Director, Doulos

Performance Modeling Using TLM 2.0
Zhu Zhou, Component Design Engineer, Intel

Applying TLM 2.0 to Legacy Platforms
Frank Schirrmeister, Director, Product Marketing, System-Level Solutions, Synopsys

 Follow this link to register and view the videos. Enjoy!

 

Steve Brown

Comments(3)

By Abdullah on October 4, 2009
I am taking course on cadence kindly provide the vedio lecture on cadence
thank you

By Steve Brown on October 5, 2009
There is a link in the blog posting to the videos:
www.systemc.org/.../tlm20tutorial

By Davit on December 20, 2009
I'm needed to learn about TLM more quickly. Please help me if it is possible for you.

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