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Archived Webinar: Optimizing Your Verification Process with Incisive vManager Solution

Original webinar date:
19 Mar 2014  
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Verification is getting harder, and today it takes a team to verify complex IP blocks, SoCs, and large FPGAs. In this environment, verification planning and management systems are a must for virtually any verification program. Solutions built for single verification engineers running on a single simulation engine are no longer enough.

In this webinar, Paul Carzola, a Cadence® solutions architect, covers the challenges and introduces Cadence’s new Incisive® vManager™ verification planning and management solution. Fueled by client-server technology, a database-driven architecture, and a robust and proven metric-driven verification methodology, the Incisive vManager solution enables team-based verification, encompassing multi-user collaboration, broad-based multi-engine controllability, and dependency visibility and controllability.

Presenter Bio
Paul Carzola is a solutions architect responsible for the architecture and delivery of Cadence’s metric-driven verification (MDV) solutions. Based in Plano, Texas, Paul has 14 years of experience in ASIC design and functional verification.

Who should attend?
  • Verification engineers and verification leads interested in improving verification productivity
  • Project managers interested in improving the verification process
  • DV managers looking for practical guidance on how to improve their verification teams

What you will learn
  • Client-server 101, the enabler for team-based verification
  • How to use metric-driven verification across multiple engines
  • Using the Incisive vManager solution to get to cause quickly
  • Verification optimization techniques enabled by the Incisive vManager solution

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