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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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EDAC CEO Forecast Panel: Takeaways For 2010 And Beyond

After a hard year and a half for the EDA industry and the economy in general, what's on tap for 2010 and beyond? The EDA Consortium's annual "CEO Forecast and Industry Vision" panel Feb. 18 had what I would call a "cautiously upbeat"...  Read More »
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Rev 2 of OVM e Scoreboard on OVMWorld.org Now

Just in time for DVCon 2010 , I'm happy to inform you that revision 2 of the OVM e Scoreboard was just uploaded to OVMWorld: http://www.ovmworld.org The main changes from rev1: A proper User Guide containing detailed descriptions and code examples...  Read More »
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Moving Past The Missing Model Syndrome

One of the issues that has hindered the progress of using Virtual Platforms for early software development is missing models. I recall seeing Axys Design's Maxsim tool back around 2001 and thinking how cool it was. All the user had to do was drag...  Read More »
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Q&A: How System Design And Verification Can Go “Mainstream”

System design and verification are part of the RTL flow today, but a higher level of abstraction is now poised to enter the IC design mainstream, according to Ran Avinun, marketing group director for system design and verification at Cadence. In this...  Read More »
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What's Good About The ADW Library Flow? ADW16.3 Has Many New Enhancements!

There are plenty of new enhancements to the Allegro Design Workbench (ADW) solution in the ADW16.3 release.I'll be covering several of these over the coming weeks, but today's focus is the ADW Library Flow improvements. A new bulk part release...  Read More »
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Cadence Exec: Why Cadence is Comitted to e/Specman

In case you or your management are wondering about Cadence's commitment to supporting the e language and/or Specman technology, allow us to direct your attention to this interview of Cadence Verification VP Mitch Weaver (who never worked for Verisity...  Read More »
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Q&A: Why The e Verification Language Is Alive And Well

In spite of rumors about the decline of the e verification language, it's not only still alive but is thriving and growing, according to Mitch Weaver, corporate vice president for front-end verification at Cadence. In this pre-DVCon interview, he...  Read More »
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OVM Community Contributions: Wildly Popular And Clearly Essential

A couple of weeks ago, before going to bed one night I checked the statistics for the OVM World site. What I saw was really cool - exactly 10,000 registered users at the moment I looked! Being a social media guy these days, the first things I did was...  Read More »
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