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SAS 24G verification IP aimed at enterprise storage

03 Feb 2016

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Synopsys Inc. has revealed what it touts as the industry's first verification IP (VIP) to support the serial-attached SCSI (SAS) 24G standard, making it the first VIP product line to support all SAS interface speed configurations.

With increasing demands for the storage, back-up and transmission of data, enterprise storage systems are challenged to rapidly transmit data across devices. Synopsys VC VIP for SAS delivers a comprehensive VIP solution for all SAS designs including the newly introduced 24G standard, enabling SoC teams to accelerate verification closure, the company stated.

Synopsys' VC VIP for SAS 24G uses a SystemVerilog, UVM-compliant interface for ease of integration into verification environments and for optimal performance. Synopsys VIP is capable of switching speed configurations dynamically at run time and includes an extensive and customisable set of frame generation and error injection capabilities, enabling significant productivity gains for SoC teams.

Synopsys VC VIP for SAS supporting all interface speed configurations is available as a standalone product, as well as being included in the Synopsys VC VIP Library and the Verification Compiler products.




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