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Hardware-Software Co-verification (ARM CPU)


In every complex SoC verification process, it is necessary to activate the CPUs during verification and to check the operation of the software they execute alongside the test’s scenarios. At a minimum, basic scenarios such as “boot rom execution” are tested, but in many cases, further scenarios are required. The CPUs themselves are usually proven IPs, but in order to verify their integrat... » read more

HW/SW Co-Verification For Hybrid Systems


Heterogeneous SoC architectures such as Zynq have become very popular recently due to the combination of programmable logic (FPGA) and processing system (ARM) integrated into a single chip. Developing a design using such hybrid systems causes complexity in design verification stages. To help address this complexity, Aldec introduced support for QEMU for co-verification in our HES.Proto-AXI host... » read more