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ESL Verification News From CDNLive! EMEA

Comments(0)Filed under: System simulation and analysis, System Design and Verification, Hardware/software co-verification, Incisive, Coverage Driven Verification for Embedded Software, debugging, ESL, Virtutech, Incisive Enterprise Simulator, Coverage Driven Verification, Incisive Software Extensions, SystemC, SystemC analysis

Hello from CDNLive! EMEA in Munich.

Another year has passed, and it’s time again for one of the most popular CDNLive! tour stops here in EMEA. The location is the beautiful European city of Munich, at the Park Hilton Hotel. The hotel overlooks one of the largest urban parks called the English Garden, and the weather this year has yielded lush and vigorous foliage at every corner, and throughout the park. This peaceful setting will lull even the most ardent technologist into a much needed nap, unless you’re attending the very popular Cadence user conference.

We have two very important announcements at this year's event:

  1. Cadence and Virtutech Extend Metric-Driven Verification to Virtual Systems Development: Combined Offering Improves System Quality and Project Predictability for Teams Creating and Leveraging Virtual Platforms

  2. Cadence Speeds Systems Development with Automated Transaction-Level Verification: New SystemC Transaction Recording and Tracing Capabilities Eliminate Manual Steps for Modeling, Debugging and Analysis

Both of these announcements represent significant advancements in the ESL verification capabilities of Incisive!


Steve Brown


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