6/8/2005 - Emulation and Verification Engineering (EVE) announced completion of a collaborative effort with Novas Software Inc., the leader in debug systems for complex chip designs, that links EVE’s hardware-assisted verification platform with the VerdiTM Automated Debug System from Novas.
Interoperability between the EVE and Novas product lines streamlines design debug with a single, unified interface for the development, verification and debug of System-on-Chip (SoC) designs.
The result is an optimized verification flow between EVE’s ZeBu –– for Zero Bugs –– and Novas’ Verdi that enables systems engineers and hardware designers to quickly track and correct causes of errant behavior before a design is fabricated. Additional integration efforts between the two companies will be announced later in the year.
“Verification and debug continue to be the most time consuming activities of a design project,” remarks Lauro Rizzatti, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and General Manager of EVE-USA. “Successfully integrating our ZeBu with Novas’ debug capabilities helps streamline this effort and provides dramatic improvement in overall verification time and debug effectiveness.”
“SoC design requires tighter interoperability between EDA verification tools,” adds George Bakewell, Novas’ Director of Technical Marketing. “Integration of ZeBu with our Verdi system is a major step forward in this direction with a complete verification and debug environment that provides greater visibility into design behavior.”
About Emulation and Verification Engineering
Emulation and Verification Engineering (EVE) pioneers a new approach to hardware-assisted verification that combines the best aspects of traditional emulation and rapid prototyping systems into a single, unified environment for both ASIC/SoC debugging and embedded software validation.
Its corporate headquarters is located in Palaiseau, France. Its headquarters in the United States is San Jose, Calif. Email: email@example.com. Website: www.eve-team.com
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