RTL sign-off strategies ease SoC design and IP integration by enabling early analysis and optimization of CDC, power, X propagation, timing, and resetability issues.
Better upfront analysis can help avoid propagating errors from RTL into the netlist, and reveal a number of ways to improve the quality of your final design.
A look at some of the design and physical verification challenges of working with finFET and FD-SOI devices, including their impact on layout, DRC and LVS.
Many problems arise during the IP-to-SoC phase of FPGA-based prototyping due to the mix-and-match nature of the prototypes not the actual designs.
Debug of logic and testbench debug makes up 35% of chip design, and is growing as power-management and hardware/software issues become part of the task.
You can waive some physical verification errors related to legacy IP found in foundry DRC checks. Knowing which has involved lengthy manual analysis. TSMC is enhancing the process with automation.
The multiple clock domains on today's SoCs create a hotbed for clock-domain crossing bugs to thrive. Low-power design techniques increase the complexity of tracking these bugs down. Find out how these failures arise and what to do about them.
Cache coherency implemented in hardware increases the verification effort. VIP-based strategies are described with particular reference to ARM protocols.
Trying to balance your use of simulation and FPGA prototyping is tough. Acceleration used with Accelerated VIP offers simulation-like visibility and debug with near FPGA performance.
How should you quiz your verification IP vendor to get the right VIP for your needs? Synopsys' Neill Mullinger details a checklist of the key points to raise.
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