Imperas highlights include the latest advances for RISC-V Verification with RISC-V Processor Reference Models and Verification IP plus virtual prototypes for software development.
Imperas Software Ltd., the leader in RISC-V simulation solutions, today announced their participation at Embedded World 2022 in Nuremberg, Germany. Imperas will demonstrate solutions for RISC-V processor verification, software development with virtual prototypes and extensions with custom instructions at the Embedded World Exhibition & Conference 2022, in conjunctions with debug and analysis tools and solutions to accelerate embedded software development.
Imperas are co-sponsors of the RISC-V booth located in Hall 1 location 1-550.
The RISC-V Theatre will also feature the following talks by Imperas during the Embedded World Conference:
RISC-V Theatre: “Introduction to RISC-V Processor Verification”
Abstract: The open RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) is enabling a wide range of options on the design side, to completement this a number of options can be applied to the verification tasks, since a basic proof of concept prototype may not need all the quality checks as a high volume or high reliability application. This talk will review the 5 different simulation-based DV flows, ranging from simple signature-based comparisons for architectural validation to advanced ‘step-and-compare’ flows that support asynchronous events and debug.
• Speaker: Larry Lapides – Imperas Software
• Co-Author: Lee Moore – Imperas Software
• When: Tuesday June 21: 10:00am CEST
RISC-V Theatre: “Running Quake on RISC-V with virtual platforms”
Abstract: While much of the focus and energy of the RISC-V adopters has so far gone into the development of the RISC-V architecture and specific cores, the real success of RISC-V is dependent upon the key software tasks for new applications, porting legacy software, and optimizing OS/RTOS ports and drivers for the wide range of RISC-V devices being built. With more custom silicon projects starting every day, virtual platforms (often called virtual prototypes) offer a viable alternative to hardware prototypes for software engineering tasks. This talk will highlight how simulation and virtual platforms can be used for software development for new processors and SoCs including a demonstration with Quake running on RISC-V.
• Speaker: Kevin McDermott – Imperas Software
• Co-Author: Simon Davidmann – Imperas Software
• When: Wednesday June 22: 11:30am CEST
RISC-V Theatre: “Getting started with RISC-V custom instructions”
Abstract: One of the attractive features of RISC-V is the ability to add, while maintaining ecosystem software support, new optimized instructions and extensions to a processor implementation. At first it appears as simple task to look at opportunities in the application code that could be accelerated with some dedicated new hardware. However, since hardware typically has a much longer life cycle than software, future updates and roadmap needs must be anticipated. Thus, the art of ISA design is using fine grain analysis to accelerate just the key steps while leaving sufficient flexibility to support new software updates and advances. Also, in multi-core arrays the use of custom extension can offer a lightweight communication channel between processors. This extends the scope beyond the processor itself into system design and analysis. This talk will illustrate the key profiling and analysis steps for custom extensions and optimization.
• Speaker: Larry Lapides – Imperas Software
• Co-Author: Duncan Graham – Imperas Software
• When: Thursday June 23: 1:30pm CEST
Exhibit: Stop by the RISC-V Pavilion in Hall 1 stand 1-550 and see all the latest Imperas simulation technology for RISC-V, including advanced RISC-V processor verification, virtual prototypes, software development and custom instruction, plus support for the latest ratified RISC-V specifications including vector accelerators and draft extensions included with the Imperas reference model for RISC-V. For more information, or to set up meetings with Imperas at the Embedded Word 2022, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Embedded World 2022
When: June 21-23, 2022.
Where: Nuremberg Exhibition Centre, Nuremberg, Germany.
For more information on Embedded Word 2022 visit https://www.embedded-world.de/en
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