Systems & Design

Delivering Superior Throughput For EDA Verification Workloads

How Cadence Xcelium Parallel Logic Simulation and HPE Apollo systems featuring Marvell ThunderX2 Arm-based processors are changing the economics of semiconductor device verification.


Perhaps no industry is more competitive than modern electronics manufacturing and chip design. As consumers, we take it for granted that electronic devices continue to get faster, cheaper, and more capable with each generation. From smart watches to industrial controls to electronic heart-rate monitors, electronics manufacturers are challenged to build smarter, more complex devices leveraging system-on-a-chip (SoC) designs for an increasingly connected world. With the number of IoT devices forecast to grow to over 75 billion by 2025, consumers and manufacturers in the supply chain increasingly value durability, safety, battery life, and security including resistance to malware and hacking attempts.

This level of change is unprecedented and poses a significant challenge for firms engaged in electronic design automation (EDA). Chip designers are faced with seemingly irreconcilable pressures such as shorter product design cycles, increasing complexity, increased requirements for quality, and continuous pressures on costs.

In this paper, we discuss the challenge of device verification, a key issue in EDA, and explain how new high-performance systems and software are promising to improve the economics of chip design enabling firms to innovate faster and create high-quality products. To read more, click here.

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