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System analyser allows insight into DDR performance, margins

22 May 2014

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Uniquify has unveiled the UniquiPHY DDR System Analyzer (DSA), a comprehensive software package that provides designers with a suite of automated DDR analysis, visualisation, and debug tools.

A semiconductor IP and SoC integration and manufacturing services supplier, Uniquify is noted for offering the industry's fastest DDR4 performance in silicon of 2,800Mbit/s.

DSA complements its adaptive PHY technologies, dynamic self-calibrating logic (DSCL), and dynamic adaptive bit calibration (DABC), by giving the DDR design team a powerful, automated analysis and debug tool that interacts directly with the UniquiPHY DDR PHY. DSA allows the user to directly control PHY behaviour and run numerous analyses, including trim and margin tests, DLL step-size tests, and general initialisation and read/write tests. The streamlined analyses provided by DSA give the DDR design team detailed insight into the DDR system performance and margins and provide detailed information that speeds DDR system debug.

In addition to specific DDR analyses, DSA provides other useful system-level functions, such as verifying board connectivity and quality such as deskew. DSA also helps evaluate the performance and quality of different DDR SDRAM components from either different vendors and/or different speed grades.

"The UniquiPHY DDR System Analyzer delivers detailed analyses that give design teams critical data on how their DDR system is performing," said Venkat Iyer, CTO of Uniquify. "Another key benefit is that by automating the process of data collection, analysis, and debug, DSA can literally reduce weeks of what was typically a completely manual effort into just hours."




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