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VHDL-2008 Features & Benefits

July 15, 2020 - Learn some of the many useful new features that were introduced with VHDL 2008, particularly focusing on the features that can be used by the most popular VHDL simulation and ...

Advanced Technologies to Improve VCS Simulation Performance (Part 3)

Jun 17, 2020 - This is part three of our webinar series on how to achieve the best performance with VCS.

Solving Mixed-Signal Challenges using AMS Co-simulation with VCS

May 27, 2020 - This webinar will share an introduction to the AMS Co-simulation with VCS mixed-signal verification solution.

Debug Tips and Tricks to Improve VCS Simulation Performance (Part 2)

Apr 01, 2020 - This webinar will discuss how too much debug information can impact runtime performance and how faster, smarter debug can aid in improving productivity.

Getting the Most Out of VCS Simulation Performance (Part 1)

Feb 05, 2020 - This webinar explores Fine-Grained Parallelism (FGP) as one technology to improve performance by parallelizing the simulation across available cores.

Testbench Qualification for Simulation and Formal Verification Signoff

Jan 15, 2019 - This webinar will explore how functional qualification can be extended to assess and improve your verification environments and provide a new perspective on their completeness and ...

Faster Verification Closure from IP to SoC Using the Verification Continuum ...

Dec 4, 2019 - The webinar delves into how the Synopsys end-to-end verification strategy scales from IP-level functional verification to full system-level validation & performance analysis using ...

Defining Timing Constraints using SDC

Sep 11, 2019 - This webinar will help you get started with building timing constraints for your digital design using the industry standard Synopsys Timing Constraints (SDC) format.

Efficient Low Power Verification and Debug Methodology Using Power Aware ...

Dec 5, 2018 - This webinar will share a methodology for efficient low power verification and debug enabling “shift-left” and ensuring that subtle bugs do not escape to silicon.