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DVCon 2019 San Jose

25 February 2019-28 February 2019

UltraSoC are looking forward to participating in DVCon 2019 San Jose, taking place from 25th to 28th February at the DoubleTree Hotel in San Jose.

On Wednesday 27 February, 12midday to 1.15pm, there will be a panel session over lunch, sponsored by Cadence:
‘Data-Driven Verification: Going Beyond Metrics to Efficiency’

Moderator: Ed SperlingSemiconductor Engineering
Organizer: Larry MellingCadence Design Systems, Inc.

Metric-driven verification has proven itself invaluable, providing visibility and better predictability for verification. What is needed for the next wave of productivity improvements and where will they come from? In today’s data-driven world, it seems likely that the answers are buried in regression data, files, databases and logs generated and collected during verification. This panel will discuss how data mining techniques are already impacting  verification efficiency and where it can take us.

Hao ChenIntel Corp.
Hanan MollerUltraSoC Technologies Ltd.
Yosinori WatanabeCadence Design Systems, Inc.
Mark ConklinArm, Ltd.


On Thursday 28 February, 8.30am to 11.30am, there will be a Tutorial session sponsored by Cadence:
‘Data-Driven Verification: Driving the Next Wave of Productivity Improvements’

Hanan Moller – UltraSoC Technologies Ltd.
Sharon RosenbergCadence Design Systems, Inc.
Larry MellingCadence Design Systems, Inc.
Michael YoungCadence Design Systems, Inc.
Chris KomarCadence Design Systems, Inc.


Larry MellingCadence Design Systems, Inc.

The shrinking time-to-market windows and design complexity growth is the reality we enjoy each day in all segments of electronic design. Structured metric driven verification has been used to manage these pressures addressing schedule predictability, engineers’ productivity and design quality. In this tutorial, we will show how data-driven enhancements for simulation, formal, emulation and verification management improve productivity. Leveraging the latest data analytics technologies, like machine learning, inside verification tools is delivering measurable improvements in productivity. Examples of real designs (across multiple segments) and results will be used to illustrate the early promise of an even more efficient data-driven verification future.

Attendees will learn:

Why data-driven verification will bring productivity improvements
Where data-driven techniques are already being applied and their impact
How data-driven verification can impact all verification engines
What challenges data-driven verification creates for verification management and automation

For more information about the event and to register, please visit the event website.


25 February 2019
28 February 2019
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