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Accessing Physical Memory and Registers in a Virtual World

When working with Virtual Platforms that are running operating systems it's sometimes useful to be able to access a memory or peripheral from a normal user space program. This can help determine if the hardware is connected properly and it can help...  Read More »
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What Madonna Can Teach You About Chip Design

Rather than wandering too far off-track with this one, what celebrity is more well-known for successfully reinventing themselves than Madonna? And it's probably less about reinvention than it is about adapting to a changing marketplace. How many other...  Read More »
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What's Good About Taray? Quite a Bit Actually!

You've probably read about all the buzz in the EDA news this week - " Cadence acquires FPGA-focused EDA startup " and here . " Cadence buys Taray in time for 28nm FPGAs " " Cadence Acquires FPGA Tool Firm Taray " "...  Read More »
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Tweeting From a Standards Meeting: Good or Bad?

In my last blog entry , I mentioned that I was able to keep up with a lot of the discussion going on at a recent Accellera TSC meeting just by reading the tweets from the participants. That experience got me thinking about how much social media has changed...  Read More »
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Free eVC Generator From CFS Vision Update

In an earlier post Team Specman had the pleasure of introducing the free, open source software (FOSS) "CFS Vision" project. The CFS Vision team has now posted this brief introductory video on the Java-based e VC Generator utility described in...  Read More »
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TeamAllegro Spices Up SNUG With Allegro PCB SI

Allegro PCB SI has supported multiple simulation engines for well over seven years. Other than the native TLsim engine, HSpice has been one of the more popular simulation engine choices. This year at SNUG, we have been invited to meet with HSpice users...  Read More »
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Q&A: What Cadence Has Learned About High Level Synthesis

With the recent release of Cadence C-to-Silicon Compiler, Cadence has joined the rapidly growing high-level synthesis (HLS) marketplace. In this interview Mike "Mac" McNamara, vice president and general manager of the Cadence Systems Software...  Read More »
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Crises In The Semiconductor Industry

I am on my way to Japan and I have just finished to read an excellent book and in my opinion a "must have" for any marketer and executive in the EDA and the semiconductor industries. The book is called " Chips and Change - How Crisis Reshapes...  Read More »
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Exceed On Demand And Virtuoso IC6.1

Many of our customers use our Virtuoso software in combination with the windows emulation product from OpenText named "Exceed on Demand". To maximize performance between the two tools, we have some recommendations: For IC6.1.4 and Exceed on...  Read More »
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An Inside Look At The Unified Coverage Interoperability Standard

A standard is quietly emerging to help verification engineers deal with coverage information from different sources - and if that's a concern for you, there's still time to get involved. The Accellera Unified Coverage Interoperability Standard...  Read More »
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