In my previous blog post, I began an exploration of the evolution of emulation. Indeed, over the years emulation has evolved into a mandatory component of the SoC realization process, offering multi-MHz performance, improved time-to-emulation, and simulator-like debugging capabilities—all in a compact, low-power chassis.
But emulation providers like EVE don’t have time to rest on our laurels. The challenges of SoC design and verification are continuously changing, and it’s not enough for us to simply keep pace—we need to account for future developments as well. Accounting for future evolution in emulation requires both scalability and continued innovation.