Imperas at SemIsrael Tech Week 2020 - Virtual Platforms, Development Tools and RISC-V verification reference models
Imperas Software Ltd., the leader in high-performance software simulation and virtual platforms, today announced their participation at SemIsrael Virtual Technology Week 2020. Imperas presentation will cover SoC front end design with Architectural Exploration using virtual platforms, and the design flows for RISC-V custom extension and processor verification.
Presentation: “Exploring next generation SoC architectures with Virtual Platforms”
Abstract: As SoC designers explore new architectural approaches with multi-processor configuration and arrays, virtual platforms allow rapid design options and support full application software development to fine tune and test new multi-processor structures with development iterations at the speed of software. RISC-V adds new dimensions of processor flexibility with many options and configurations plus custom instructions. Using software driven design methodologies allows profiling and analysis of new extensions for domain specific applications. The new RISC-V vector extension help support complex arithmetic operations required for applications involving linear algebra, such as supercomputers, cryptography, AI, ML and deep learning (DL). As RISC-V processor are adopted within SoC’s, the full design verification (DV) process can be supported with SystemVerilog test benches and reference model-based verification, including the latest work with Google Instruction Stream Generator, compliance suite, and directed tests.
When: Tuesday June 17, Front-end Design & Verification Track
Virtual Booth: Imperas staff members also available throughout the conference for on-request demos.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a demo or virtual booth meeting.
About SemIsrael Virtual Technology Week 2020
- What: https://www.semisrael-tech-week.com
- Where: Virtual online conference
- When: June 15-17, 2020
Registration is available at this link.
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