Synopsys has announced that the open Verdi debug solution has achieved the milestone of more than100 debug and analysis apps developed through the VC Apps open interfaces. These apps are now available through the Verdi VC Apps ToolBox as well as the VC Apps Exchange website. Developed and contributed by Verdi users and third-party EDA companies, these apps offer access to additional debug and analysis capabilities for all Verdi users.
To make design and verification more efficient, VC Apps provide users with capabilities to create custom applications to overcome complex design and verification challenges. Through Synopsys’ collaboration with customers and partners globally, the number of VC Apps continues to grow and now exceeds100, addressing many design challenges including design exploration, design rule validation, debug automation, debug waveform investigation, technology integration and design manipulation. These customizations and automated work flows boost productivity and in many cases eliminate manual methods.
“We have been collaborating closely with many SoC leaders to develop VC Apps that fit their design and verification environment, which is essential to effectively address the verification challenges of complex SoCs. We have made a significant investment in building the framework and opening the APIs to allow users to leverage the strength of Verdi. With VC Apps, users can customize applications to fulfil the many needs of their design and verification environments,” said Yu-Chin Hsu, Vice-President of R&D in the Synopsys Verification Group.
VC Apps are available at VC Apps Exchange, as well as through the VC Apps Toolbox in the general availability release of Verdi today. These technologies are also included as part of Synopsys’ Verification Compiler product.
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