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22 Oct, 2013

Ricardo Anguiano Imagine this scenario: Your custom hardware design is still being worked out by your hardware team. Early stage, pre-silicon design models are running in simulation. The software team has started their work using this hardware simulation and they’ve got Linux running on the simulated target and they are now debugging kernel, driver and application code. The software team helps exercise the … Read More

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11 Oct, 2013

Ricardo Anguiano Extended hardware verification using software test cases increases design confidence by exercising those hardware designs with real-world software test cases. In the video above, Sourcery CodeBench Virtual Edition is used in conjunction with a Veloce emulator and a custom ARM Cortex-M3 hardware design to develop and debug a bare metal application which takes advantage of a custom hardware accelerator. … Read More

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