Sign In
Forgot Password?
Sign In | | Create Account

Blog

Posts tagged with 'ARM'

30 Oct, 2013

Mark Olen MENTOR GRAPHICS AT ARM TECHCON This week ARM® TechCon® 2013 is being held at the Santa Clara Convention Center from Tuesday October 29 through Thursday October 31st, but don’t worry, there’s nothing to be scared about.  The theme is “Where Intelligence Counts”, and in fact as a platinum sponsor of the event, Mentor Graphics is excited to present no less than ten technical and training sessions about … Read More

testbench, SoC, Verification, Formal Verification, functional coverage, ARM, Verification Academy, iTBA, Functional Verification, Intelligent Testbench Automation

15 Oct, 2013

Dennis Brophy Low Power Flow Kicks-off Symposium In the world of electronic design automation, as an idea takes hold and works its way from thought to silicon, numerous tools are used by engineers and the like to help bring a good idea to product fruition.  Standards play a key and important role to help move your user information from high-level concepts into the netlists can be realized in silicon.  The IEEE Standards … Read More

UPF, IEEE 1801, ieee standards association, ARM, Questa Vanguard Partnership, Interoperability, Low Power

31 Oct, 2012

IoT: Internet of Things

Posted by Dennis Brophy

Dennis Brophy Ready for 100 billion “things” connected by the Internet? The IEEE Standards Association (SA) Corporate Advisory Group (CAG) has been working to bring industry input into the standards development organization on the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) trend that will connect billions of devices with each other. As you can imagine, the impact this will have to the service structure down to the development … Read More

ARM TechCon, ARM, oneM2M, IoT

20 Jul, 2012

Dennis Brophy Live & In-Person at DAC 2012! Verification Academy, the brain child of Dr. Harry Foster, Chief Verification Scientist at Mentor Graphics, was live from the Design Automation Conference tradeshow floor this year.  Harry is pictured to the right giving an update on his popular verification survey from the DAC tradeshow floor. The Verification Academy, predominantly a web-based resource is a popular … Read More

Formal, Doulos, Verification Academy, UVM Express, Verification Trends, Tech Design Forum, ACE, Thales, AMS, UPF, ABV, UVM, Coverage Closure, iTBA, DAC, Low Power, ARM, OVM, Assertion-Based Verification

13 Dec, 2011

Mark Olen

Instant Replay Offers Multiple Views at Any Speed If you’ve watched any professional sporting event on television lately, you’ve seen the pressure put on referees and umpires.  They have to make split-second decisions in real-time, having viewed ultra-high-speed action just a single time.  But watching at home on television, we get the luxury of viewing multiple replays of events in question

Read More

Verification, testbench, SoC Level Verification, Cortex, ARM, Software as a Testbench, Functional Verification, SoC

28 Sep, 2009

Porting Problems

Posted by Russ Klein

Russ Klein They say one of the first steps to fixing a problem is to acknowledge that you have one. Hi, I’m Russ, and I have a porting problem. If you work on software in the embedded world, you probably have a porting problem, too. Your code may be an embedded application, drivers, or diagnostics, but at some point the code probably started out on a desktop machine of some sort. When you moved it to run on … Read More

Debug, ARM

16 Sep, 2009

Guilty Pleasures

Posted by Russ Klein

Russ Klein You know you shouldn’t, but you do. I do. We all do. Though we don’t like to admit it. Yes, I use print statements to debug my code. And I work on debug tools for programmers and hardware engineers. I guess that makes me even guiltier. Despite having a plethora of debugging tools and scripting languages, I’ll admit it - one of the first things I do to try to get a handle on a bug is to throw in a … Read More

Debug, ARM

Tags

Archives

 
Online Chat