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What's Good About The Latest Cadence Online Support? Check Out This List!

This past weekend, several new enhancements and features were added to Cadence Online Support . I would encourage all customers to take a quick tour of these productivity enhancements. Below I've included some screenshots and examples of a few of...  Read More »
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DVCon SystemC Day Quandry: Need for Third Party TLM IP

Sometimes in the most optimistic of discussions, there is an "elephant in the room" that people don't say much about. Such was the case at the DVCon SystemC Day Feb. 22, where despite strong attendance and upbeat presentations, there was...  Read More »
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Encounter How To: Writing To/Reading From a File With TCL

A couple weeks ago, there was a good thread in the Digital Implementation Forums about managing buffering on nets between IOs and registers. The post touched on a number of interesting topics, but one of the fundamental building blocks I'd like to...  Read More »
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DVCon 2010 - Day 1

Click here or on the image below to go to the photo blog of DVCon Day 1. While I've added descriptive captions to the images, allow me to address the FAQ: "How was the traffic on show floor?". My unscientific observation was that the floor...  Read More »
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DVCon SystemC Day – Forging A TLM Design/Verification Flow

Advanced design technologies are of no value unless there's a coherent, workable methodology that supports them. SystemC transaction-level modeling (TLM) has lacked a methodology that goes all the way to silicon without major gaps. Independent verification...  Read More »
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DVCon "Day 0" - Quick Report From SystemC Day

If you were looking for more evidence that the transition from RTL to ESL is gaining momentum, today at "Day 0" of DVCon (a/k/a "SystemC Day") you would discover plenty of supporting data points. Here is a brief video interview with...  Read More »
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Editor For OVM Field Registration Macros

The OVM SystemVerilog Class Library has built-in automation for many service routines that classes need for printing, copying, comparing and so on. OVM allows you to specify the automation needed for each field and to use a built-in, mature and consistent...  Read More »
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DVCon: Showcasing The Cadence Passion For Verification Excellence

Yeah, I know I'm a marketing guy but I really like this stuff! For sure, we are going tech-deep in our tutorials and papers, but we are also setting vision and direction for verification in our keynote presentation. For all of the details, visit our...  Read More »
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Quiet Before The Storm? And What to Expect at DVCon 2010

In the last couple weeks Mentor did an about-face and decided to embrace SystemC ( I told you that would happen! ), and then Synopsys threw down the gauntlet and decided to buy two Virtual Protoyping companies. Supposedly, the word on the street is they...  Read More »
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User Review of The Encounter Foundation Flow

This is a guest post from John McGehee. John is an independent consultant in Silicon Valley, specializing in EDA application development and design. He blogs about these topics at voom.net . Prior to starting his consulting career, John was an AE at Avanti...  Read More »
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