Nine Effective Features Of NVMe Verification IP For PCIe-Based SSD Storage

How to accelerate design closure with fast stimuli generation and debugging interfaces.


Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) is a new software interface optimized for PCIe Solid State Drives (SSD). This paper provides an overview of the NVMe specification and examines some of its key features. We will discuss its pros and cons, compare it to other conventional technologies, and point out key areas to focus on during its verification.

You will learn how NVMe Questa Verification IP (QVIP) effectively contributes and accelerates verification of PCIe-based SSDs that use NVMe interfaces. NVMe QVIP perfectly complements verification engineering efforts for timely design closure by providing easy stimuli generation and debugging interfaces, so you can focus on protocol-level intricacies.

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