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Imperas CEO talks at DVCon, 3rd March 2016, San Jose, CA

Imperas Software Ltd., leader in high-performance software simulation and virtual prototyping, today announced that its CEO Simon Davidmann will speak on an Electronic System Level (ESL) panel at DVCon 2016. DVCon is the premier conference for discussion of the functional design and verification of electronic systems.

This DVCon panel, “Redefining ESL” is moderated by Brian Bailey of Semiconductor Engineering, who recently wrote an article titled, “What ESL Is Really About.” There are many views on the role of ESL in design and verification, so panelists will have plenty to consider as they discuss raising the level of abstraction from the register transfer level (RTL) to ESL for both hardware and software.

DVCon attendees are invited to join Brian Bailey, Simon Davidmann, and other distinguished experts who will attempt to define ESL verification, from tools to flows. Specifically, Simon will address where ESL and verification needs to go, virtual platforms, embedded software development, debugging, analysis, and verification.

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Imperas Participates in the Embedded World Conference February 2016

Imperas Software Ltd., are participating in the popular Embedded World Conference 2016 at the Nuremberg Convention Center Ost, NürnbergMesse, 90471 Nuremberg, Germany, February 23-25, 2016.

Larry Lapides, Imperas vice president of sales, will be attending Embedded World 2016 in Nuremberg, Germany.  Please contact him at sales@imperas.com to arrange a meeting and demonstration at Embedded World.  

Also, Imperas partner eSOL will be exhibiting at Embedded World, booth 4-157.  eSOL is the leading provider of real-time embedded software solutions, and Imperas tools support the eSOL operating systems and are integrated with the eSOL IDE.  Please contact eSOL at ep-info@esol.co.jp to arrange a meeting or demonstration.

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Imperas Exhibits at the 2015 ARM TechCon

Imperas Shows Virtual Platforms for Software Development and Test

Imperas Software Ltd., the leader in high-performance software simulation, today announced their participation in the 2015 ARM TechCon and invites attendees to register for a demonstration of Imperas embedded software development, debug and test solutions for ARM-based designs.

As the chasm between hardware engineers and software developers yields to a more integrated and collaborative design environment, these communities now work synergistically to accelerate time to market and optimize their designs utilizing both hardware and software. ARM TechCon 2015 is designed to facilitate this collaboration by connecting the hardware and software communities in one event.

See Imperas virtual platform based embedded software debug, analysis and verification demos of the full line of Open Virtual Platforms (OVP) models of ARM processors, including Cortex-A, M and R families, at the Imperas booth #520 in the conference exhibition area. Expo hours are Wednesday, November 11, 2015 from 11:00am - 6:30pm, and Thursday, November 12, 2015 from 11:00am - 6:30pm.

For more information, or to set up meetings with Imperas at TechCon, please email sales@imperas.com

When: November 10-12, 2015.

Imperas to Exhibit at Renesas DevCon 2015

Imperas Demonstrates Renesas-Based Virtual Platforms for Software Development and Testing

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Imperas Software Ltd., the leader in high-performance software simulation and virtual platforms, today announced their participation at Renesas DevCon 2015. Highlights will include demonstrations of Imperas embedded software development, debug and test solutions at the Imperas booth in the exhibition area.  The demos will feature virtual platforms for the latest and most popular Renesas devices, including those based on both Renesas proprietary processor cores and those devices based on ARM cores.

For more information, or to set up meetings with Imperas at DevCon, please email sales@imperas.com

Renesas DevCon 2015 is an intensive four-day event filled with over 200 hours of lectures and labs, a solutions filled exhibit hall, and free development tools. You'll also have the opportunity to learn from Renesas' best and brightest during the one-on-one 'Ask the Experts' sessions. This is an exciting time to be part of this rapidly growing industry.

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Imperas Exhibits at the Design Automation Conference 2015

Imperas shows Virtual Platforms for Software Development and Testing across Multiple IP Vendors and Applications

Oxford, United Kingdom - Imperas Software Ltd., the leader in high-performance software simulation, today announced their participation at  the Design Automation Conference (DAC) 2015 and invites attendees to register for a demonstration of Imperas embedded software development, debug and test solutions at the Imperas booth in the exhibition area.  Attendees can also register for the tutorial on embedded Linux being delivered by Imperas. 

DAC is recognized as the premier conference for Electronic Design Automation (EDA), offering outstanding training, education, exhibits and networking opportunities for designers, researchers, tool developers and vendors. DAC attracts a worldwide community of more than 1,000 organizations, represented by system designers and architects, logic and circuit designers, validation engineers, software development engineers, CAD managers, senior managers and executives, and academicians.

When: June 7-11, 2015.

Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA.

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Imperas at the Imagination Summit Silicon Valley May 2015

Learn More about Imperas MIPS CPU Virtual Platforms for Software Development and Testing

Oxford, United Kingdom - Imperas Software Ltd., the leader in high-performance software simulation, today announced their participation at the Imagination Summit Silicon Valley 2015 and invites attendees to meet for a demonstration of Imperas™ virtual platform based software development, debug and verification tools.

Imagination Summit Silicon Valley - "Securing the Future" - is a day-long series of presentations, demonstrations and detailed technical sessions with top executives and experts from Imagination Technologies and their partners. Attendees can explore the ultra-low power architectures in Imagination's SoC processor IP cores and discover security solutions for IoT and other markets.

Imagination will feature their new generation of MIPS Warrior CPUs, which are already supported by Imperas Open Virtual Platforms (OVP) models.  Imperas also supports MIPS-based SoC software development through its Extendable Platform Kits (EPKs), which help users to get a quick start with virtual platform methodology, and with tools for software debug, analysis and verification.  Imperas will have demos of the full line of MIPS models, as well as the EPKs and the Imperas embedded software tools. 

Imperas Participates in the Embedded World Conference February 2015

Imperas Software Ltd., are participating in the popular Embedded World Conference 2015 at the Nuremberg Convention Center Ost, NürnbergMesse, 90471 Nuremberg, Germany, February 24.-26, 2015.

The embedded world Exhibition and Conference is the world’s largest platform for embedded-system technologies and the "knowledge tank" of one of the most innovative sectors. With its slogan "We are the Internet of Things", the Embedded World Conference 2015 sends out a clear signal that the embedded sector has been paving the way to the Internet of Things (IoT) for quite some time, because the IoT is about the mass interconnectedness of embedded systems.

Larry Lapides, Vice President of Sales for Imperas, will speak on QuantumLeap and multicore software development, debug and test, emphasizing new parallelized virtual platform acceleration technology. Session 3/II, 16:00 Tuesday.

See Imperas demos in the Imagination Technologies Ltd. booth, hall 4 / 4-671.
 

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Imperas Exhibiting at the Design Automation Conference, June 2-6, 2014 in San Francisco

Imperas is exhibiting at the Design Automation Conference, June 2-6 in San Francisco.  We will be in the ARM Connected Community Pavilion in the Exhibit Hall.  Come by to see our demos of the ARMv8 ISS, and Extendable Platform Kits (EPKs) booting Linaro Linux, both providing the fastest simulation of ARMv8 processors. 

At DAC, Simon Davidmann, Imperas CEO, is on a panel on Tuesday morning, titled “Open Source Embedded Software: Savior or Slayer?”, and is presenting a paper titled “Simulation Based Analysis and Debug of Heterogeneous Platforms” in the session on Heterogeneous Computing Platforms on Wednesday afternoon.

Imperas Presents at TVS 2014 Virtual Platform Software Simulation for Enhanced Multi-core Software Verification

Imperas CEO, Simon Davidmann presented a paper at the TVS Software Testing Conference in March 2014. This presentation discussed the use of Virtual Platforms for embedded software development, discusses how high performance simulation can find bugs quicker, and demonstrates the Imperas parallel simulation technology QuantumLeap. Imperas tools are also discussed and a case study of using them to find bugs in OS porting is presented.

To see the presentation visit here on the Imperas website, to watch the video click here.

 

CDNLive, 11-12 March 2014, Santa Clara, California. Imperas Presenting a paper on the importance of simulation speed for software quality

CDNLive is March 11-12 in Santa Clara, California and is organized by Cadence Design Systems.  Imperas will be presenting a paper titled “Software Quality is Directly Proportional to Simulation Speed” as part of Track 6, at 4pm Tuesday March 11th.  Here is the abstract: 

“Software quality is directly proportional to simulation speed.”  This is obvious, even intuitive, for engineers.  Faster simulations mean more tests can be run, which in turn means more bugs can be found, which results in higher quality.  Reduced schedules can be a side benefit of speed. 

While this is obvious, why is it so important right now?  One example is server SoCs, where software/systems test suites can include hundreds of tests, each consisting of hundreds of billions of instructions.  If the virtual platform performance is 100 MIPS, this test suite could take over one week to run.  If the performance is five times faster, running the test suite takes 1 day; ten times faster and it runs overnight.  This simulation speed is especially interesting with the new generation of ARMv8 based server SoCs.  It is also interesting in areas such as image recognition, where hardware accelerators sit next to the CPUs on the SoC. 

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