Systems & Design

What Does Shift Left With Calibre Mean For IC Designers

Tools, techniques, and functionality to shift left on verification.


Driven by the world’s seemingly insatiable demand for electronics that constantly do more faster, integrated circuit (IC) design companies are continuously seeking ways to profitably deliver products with more functionality, reliability, and performance while reducing time-to-market. To accomplish this, a well-planned shift left strategy can free up critical time and resources in delivery schedules while maintaining or improving product quality.

While shift left sounds perfectly reasonable in that context, what does implementing a shift-left verification strategy actually mean for IC designers and place and route (P&R) engineers?

In this technical paper, you’ll discover the tools, techniques, and functionality that are available and how implementing a shift left verification strategy impacts IC designers and P&R engineers. To read more, click here.

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