SOURCE: Breker Verification Systems
SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwired - May 28, 2014) - Breker Verification Systems, a System-on-Chip (SoC) Verification Company, has become a member of Synopsys' Verdi® Interoperable Apps (VIA) Access Program.
By joining the VIA Access Program, Breker will integrate its TrekSoC™ family of software to generate self-verifying C test cases to run on embedded processors with Synopsys' Verdi solution, the industry leading, open debug platform. The integration will allow users to move seamlessly between TrekSoC's graphical user interface (GUI) and the Verdi environment to further ease verification debug on SoC designs.
"Synopsys welcomes Breker into the VIA Access Program," remarks Karen Bartleson, senior director of Community Marketing at Synopsys, Inc. "Integration of Breker's TrekSoC with Verdi will give SoC designers using TrekSoC a seamless and automated debug and verification environment."
From a graph-based scenario model, TrekSoC automatically generates C test cases to run on the SoC's embedded processors in simulation. TrekSoC's TrekBox™ run-time component provides a GUI for verification engineers to visualize generated C code and test case maps. The integration with Verdi using the VIA interface will allow users to move seamlessly between TrekBox and the Verdi environment. The integration will ease debug when a test case fails and the design's register transfer level (RTL) code, testbench components, and the C test case generated by TrekSoC need to be examined simultaneously.
"The Synopsys Verdi solution is used widely throughout the industry for advanced automated debug," concludes Adnan Hamid, Breker's chief executive officer (CEO). "Teaming with Synopsys to integrate TrekSoC and Verdi will offer great productivity gains to SoC designers."
Breker will demonstrate the link between TrekSoC and Verdi in Booth #2602 during the 51st Design Automation Conference (DAC) Monday, June 2, through Wednesday, June 4, from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
About Verdi Interoperable Apps (VIA)
Verdi Interoperable Apps (VIA) is a programming interface that allows SoC design teams and EDA vendors to access information from Verdi's debug databases and analysis engines to innovate, seamlessly integrate and customize within the Verdi debug environment. The VIA Exchange website offers a variety of documents such as training materials, reference manual, VIA example apps and an active forum of experts. Learn more at www.via-exchange.com and attend an online introductory webinar. The Synopsys VIA Access Program provides qualified access to Verdi to enable interoperability in support of verification and design flows. For more information about the program, visit http://tiny.cc/so4bgx.
About Breker Verification Systems
Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software company Breker Verification Systems provides innovative solutions to solve the challenge of complex system-on-chip (SoC) functional verification and eliminate the pervasive "Stitch and Ship" SoC design approach. Its TrekSoC™ software family and unique SoC scenario-modeling™ approach are used in production at leading semiconductor companies in the U.S., Europe and India. More information about Breker can be found at www.brekersystems.com or at http://tiny.cc/d5ifvw. Daily updates on company activities are available at http://tiny.cc/k6ifvw and additional information can be found at http://tiny.cc/56ifvw. Its blog, "The Breker Trekker," is hosted on EDACafe, available at http://tiny.cc/4cjfvw. Founded in 2003, it is privately held and funded. Breker Verification Systems corporate headquarters is located at 1879 Lundy Ave., Suite 126, San Jose, Calif. 95131 Telephone: (650) 336-8872. Email: email@example.com. Website: www.brekersystems.com.
Verdi is a registered trademark of Synopsys, Inc. TrekSoC, TrekSoC-Si, TrekBox and SoC Scenario Modeling are trademarks of Breker Verification Systems. Breker Verification Systems acknowledges trademarks or registered trademarks of other organizations for their respective products.