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Accellera

An industry standards organization covering electronic design automation (EDA) and intellectual property (IP).
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See Accellera Systems Initiative for current listing.

Accellera is an industry standards organization covering electronic design automation (EDA) and intellectual property (IP). The technical work is carried out by volunteers from EDA, IP, semiconductor manufacturing companies and design houses. Accellera was formed in 2000 as the merger of Open Verilog International (OVI) and VHDL International (VI). The SPIRIT consortium was merged into Accellera in 2009. In 2011 it merged with Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI) and changed its name to Accellera Systems Initiative.

Accellera is an industry standards organization covering electronic design automation (EDA) and intellectual property (IP). The technical work is carried out by volunteers from EDA, IP, semiconductor manufacturing companies and design houses.Accellera was formed in 2000 as the merger of Open Verilog International (OVI) and VHDL International (VI). The SPIRIT consortium was merged into Accellera in 2009. In 2011 it merged with Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI) and changed its name to Accellera Systems Initiative.

  • HQ: Napa, CA, USA
  • Known for: Verilog, SystemVerilog, Open Verification Library, OVL, Verilog-AMS, Property Specification Language, PSL, Unified Power Format, UPF, Interfaces Technical Committee, ITC, Standard CoEmulation Interface, SCE-MI, Universal Coverage Interoperability, UCIS, VHDL, Universal Verification Methodology, UVM, IP-XACT,
  • Web: URL
    Other names: Accellera Systems Initiative
  • Inventions:
    • Unified Power Format in 2007
    • Property Specification Language in 2003
    • SystemVerilog in 2002
    • SystemVerilog 3.0 released June 2002

Acquisitions
Merged with Open Verilog International and VHDL International to form Accellera in 2000

Deprecation
Accellera deprecated into Accellera Systems Initiative in 2011. Name change with the incorporation of Open SystemC Initiative.

  • Type: Standards Group