Richard Pugh shows how the fast-growing market for drone silicon highlights emulation's power where high data volumes are critical.
How emulation was used to debug out-of-spec power on a multicore ARM design using the AXI bus.
Techniques previously unavailable during ICE or testbench acceleration can now greatly speed emulation debug in those modes.
Portable stimulus and formal verification provide the means to handle the challenge of verifying cache-coherent SoC interconnects.
SSD controllers are becoming increasingly complex and as a result emulation is now the first choice for SSD verification. But your strategy must still meet five key criteria.
How virtualization and integration with hardware testers are enabling networking SoCs in the billion-gate era.
Analysts say there is a $1B market on the horizon. We talk with Mentor's Jean-Marie Brunet about where such a number could come from.
Three senior verification specialists talk about how they are navigating the challenge of verifying multibillion-transistor SoCs with limited compute resource, increasing coverage demands and shrinking timescales.
Emulators have come a long way since their first introduction nearly three decades ago.
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