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Accelerating SoC Verification Closure with Unified Verification Management ...

This white paper discusses the challenges and requirements for the phases and presents the Synopsys unified solution. - January 2021

Early, Accurate, Signoff-Correlated Power Analysis

This white paper discusses the shortfalls of traditional power analysis and presents a new approach to “shift left” the estimation process while retaining a high degree of accuracy. - October 2020

Early Verification of Multi-Cycle Paths and False Paths in Simulation

This white paper focuses on false paths and multi-cycle paths, the use of Synopsys Design Constraints (SDC) to specify these exceptions, and the “shift left” of verification from full-timing ...

10X Higher Productivity with VCS Dynamic Test Loading

This whitepaper explores DTL and how it can significantly improve TAT. - June 2020

A UFS Verification Closure Flow Using the Synopsys Verification Continuum ...

This white paper describes the use of the industry-leading Synopsys Verification Continuum™ Platform solution and shows how it can be used to verify a real-world design. - December 2019

Address Simulation Turn-Around Time Bottlenecks with VCS Fine-Grained ...

This white paper describes VCS Fine-Grained Parallelism (FGP) technology and how it compares with alternate technologies. - February 2019

VCS Fine-Grained Parallelism Simulation Performance Technology

Learn how fine-grained parallelism simulation technology enables delivery of breakthrough parallel simulation performance improvement needed to reduce turn-around time for critical-path tests. - ...

Is Your Automotive Software Robust Enough for Hardware Faults? Part 1: Fault ...

In this whitepaper we describe how virtual prototyping is expanding its reach to improve development of safety critical systems and deal with the single most complex aspect of automotive systems: ...

Low Power Verification for Multi-rail Cells

Multi-voltage designs have become increasingly common in order to achieve low power. Multiple supply rails are an essential part of multi-voltage designs. Assuming that all output pins in a logic ...