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Peter Heller

Senior Product Line Marketing Manager for System Level Verification IP (VIP) and Interconnect verification at Cadence. With over 20 years industry experience he has played a key role in the growth of Cadence’s VIP business.

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Accelerated VIP Delivers Value for Firmware/Driver Validation and Integration
Earlier this year, Cadence announced the expansion of its VIP Catalog to include Accelerated VIP (AVIP). AVIP is used together with Cadence's Verification Computing Platform to enable RTL verification. AVIP running on the Palladium XP platform consistently   Read More »
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The Facts: Why Accelerated VIP Is Needed for SoC Verification
On Tuesday May 15 th Cadence announced the expansion of our VIP Catalog to include accelerated VIP (AVIP). You may be wondering why Cadence is investing in accelerated VIP (which runs on an accelerated platform such as the Palladium XP) when we already   Read More »
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ARM/Cadence Video: How ACE Coherency Adds Value and Verification Complexity
The number of licensees for ARM's Cortex-A15 CPU core is growing rapidly, particularly for mobile computing applications. Customers tell us that's because it provides multiprocessor support and hardware based coherency while consuming only a small   Read More »
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Verifying AMBA® 4 ACE Designs – Cadence is Ready to Help, Now
ACE is here. Are you ready? Designers of multimedia smartphones, tablets, and other mobile computing devices face greater challenges than ever. They have to deliver ever more capable and responsive systems, yet must also consume the least amount of power   Read More »
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