Validating test patterns is a notoriously tricky and laborious process. Mentor Graphics has some new ideas on that front.
Companies presenting at User2User Santa Clara on April 26 include AMD, Microsoft, nVidia, Oracle, Qualcomm, and Samsung.
Mentor Graphics' recent deal with ARM illustrates how proliferation in design is influencing deals between tool and IP vendors.
About 1,600 new UVM System Verilog verification IP memory models will cut testbench development time and offer more time to increase coverage.
Mentor Graphics is looking to get yet more efficiency from its market-leading Veloce emulator family through an OS upgrade and new task-specific Apps.
Mentor's Greg Aldrich describes how test's market leader is driving down cost in the billion-gate era by rethinking and extending existing technologies
Samsung bases PRISM and FLARE defect analysis and optimization on Mentor Graphics' Calibre and Tessent. Yields rise. Ramps shorten.
The leading EDA analyst also charts growth for RTL and IC CAD in 2014 Market Share Summary, and highlights system-driven shifts in tool evaluation.
Are we torn between evolution and revolution? Mentor Graphics' Joe Sawicki discusses how pattern matching already in fabs could move up and radically alter the design flow.
Whether you're going to DAC this week or not, it's worth remembering one of the other key factors that will inform your judgments on new tools.
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