Real Intent Provides Silver Sponsorship for Verification Futures 2018
Sunnyvale, Calif., USA, June 06, 2018
Real Intent is a Silver Sponsor of VF2018, a conference and exhibition focused on the challenges users face in hardware and software verification.
June 14, 2018
Holiday Inn -Junction 10
Wharfedale Road, Winnersh Triangle
Reading RG41 5TS
– Company Background Product Focus:
The company’s products accelerate the chip time-to-market using its proven static verification technologies designed for accuracy, capacity and user-experience. The company’s products include Verix SimFix, the first intent-driven verification remedy for gate-level simulation (GLS) of digital designs, Verix CDC , its multi-mode CDC solution, as well its Meridian™ product line for accelerating advanced sign-off, and Ascent Lint, the industry’s fastest RTL analyzer and lint checker.
- Verix SimFix automatically eliminates X-pessimism, the major obstacle to successful GLS and boosts productivity for SoC design teams. It also extends Real Intent’s product leadership in delivering the industry’s fastest performance, highest capacity, and most productive verification solutions in the market.
- Verix CDC is a true multi-mode clock-domain crossing (CDC) sign-off solution for RTL designs. Utilizing Static Intent Verification technology, it provides one-step analysis and debug of all operating modes in an IC, and boosts productivity for SoC and FPGA design teams. It also maintains Real Intent’s product leadership in delivering what the company believes is the industry’s fastest-performance, highest-capacity and most precise CDC solution in the market. For more on Verix CDC, a whitepaper and a datasheet are available.
- The Meridian products are for advanced static clock and reset sign-off verification not possible with existing tools.
- Real Intent’s Hierarchical capability, introduced for Meridian CDC, has now been extended to Meridian RDC. It delivers cutting edge sign-off for billion-gate SoCs using the industry’s first Transparent Hierarchical Model (THM). The THM-based signoff flow provides an order of magnitude improvement in performance, capacity with giga-gate sign-off, and noise when applied to large SoC designs.
- Meridian CDC performs comprehensive structural and functional analysis to ensure that signals crossing asynchronous clock domains on ASIC, or FPGA devices are received reliably. Meridian CDC is the only solution that enables all aspects of big data CDC sign-off for SoC designs.
- Meridian RDC (Reset Domain Crossing) performs comprehensive static analysis to ensure that signals crossing reset domains function reliably. Among other things, Meridian RDC identifies metastability problems arising from software resets. Meridian RDC is the only solution that enables comprehensive lowest-noise reset domain crossing sign-off.
- Ascent Lint is the industry’s fastest RTL linter and rule checker for full-chip SoC analysis. Designed from the bottom-up to deliver the highest performance, capacity and low-noise reporting, it is the best-in-class HDL linter available today with a comprehensive set of syntax and semantic checks.
- iDebug provides an intuitive debug user experience that is universal across all Real Intent tools. It includes an integrated visualization capability, iVision, that provides design source browser, schematic and waveform visualization.
About Real Intent
Real Intent is the industry leader in static sign-off of digital designs. Top-tier companies worldwide rely on Real Intent’s EDA software to accelerate early functional verification and sign-off at RTL as well as gate-level. Its intent-driven static technology powers solutions for clock and reset domain crossing analysis (CDC, RDC), Sign-Off quality clean RTL code, and X-pessimism correction, to ensure design success for SoCs and FPGAs. Real Intent products lead the market in performance, capacity and accuracy, enabling a measurably faster time to tape out. Please visit www.realintent.com for more information.
Verix, Ascent, and Meridian are trademarks of Real Intent, Inc. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.