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Breker joins Sysnopys' VIA Access Program

29 May 2014

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Breker Verification Systems has recently joined Synopsys' Verdi Interoperable Apps (VIA) Access Program.

By becoming a member of the VIA Access Program, Breker will integrate its TrekSoC family of software to generate self-verifying C test cases to run on embedded processors with Synopsys' Verdi solution, an open debug platform. The integration will allow users to move seamlessly between TrekSoC's graphical user interface (GUI) and the Verdi environment to further ease verification debug on SoC designs.

"Synopsys welcomes Breker into the VIA Access Program," remarks Karen Bartleson, senior director of Community Marketing at Synopsys, Inc. "Integration of Breker's TrekSoC with Verdi will give SoC designers using TrekSoC a seamless and automated debug and verification environment."

From a graph-based scenario model, TrekSoC automatically generates C test cases to run on the SoC's embedded processors in simulation. TrekSoC's TrekBox run-time component provides a GUI for verification engineers to visualise generated C code and test case maps.

Breker into the VIA Access Program

Screenshot of TrekSoC software integrated with Verdi solution

The integration with Verdi using the VIA interface will allow users to move seamlessly between TrekBox and the Verdi environment. The integration will ease debug when a test case fails and the design's register transfer level (RTL) code, testbench components, and the C test case generated by TrekSoC need to be examined simultaneously.




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