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Cadence extends ARM-based system verification sol'n

13 Mar 2014

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Cadence Design Systems Inc. has expanded its ARM-based design system verification solution geared to shorten time-to-market for mobile, networking and server applications. According to the company, the solution boasts several enhancements and accelerates system design and early software development for ARM Cortex-A processor series based systems.

In collaboration with ARM, Cadence enhanced its System Development Suite's ARM-based system verification solution by including an adaptable interconnect performance characterization test suite in the Cadence Interconnect Workbench, along with AMBA Designer integration, that delivers a significant speed-up of performance analysis and verification of CoreLink CCI-400 system IP and NIC-400 design tool based systems, the company stated. It also offers expanded and pre-verified support of hardware-accurate OS embedded software verification using Palladium XP II platform with ARMv8 64bit Cortex processor family Fast Models, which are now available through Cadence.

Additionally, the solution includes verification IP supporting AMBA 5 Coherent Hub Interface (CHI) protocol, which is the same protocol as implemented in the ARM CoreLink CCN-508 system IP and silicon proven CoreLink CCN-504 Cache Coherent Networks as used in enterprise level applications. The Verification IP runs on all industry simulators, plus Accelerated Verification IP for Palladium XP II platforms.




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