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Archive for September, 2012

DAC survey on CDC bugs, X propagation, constraints

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

John Cooley’s DeepChip newsletter on Sept. 21 featured Real Intent’s 2012 DAC survey on CDC bugs, X propagation, constraints.   It is
reproduced here below. (more…)

Video Interview: “SDC Management and Verification: What’s Missing?”

Thursday, September 20th, 2012

Sarath Kirihennedige, Sr. Manager Product Engineering at Real Intent, speaks with Graham Bell on how design constraints (SDC) are currently developed, what are the problems with the current approach and what a complete Constraints management and verification solutions looks like.

Sarath was most recently at Cadence Design Systems in a senior product engineering role. He has held management level positions at Tera Systems, Mentor Graphics, and Exemplar.  He is fluent in Japanese, and has been awarded a patent in the area of timing constraint verification.

A Bolt of Inspiration

Thursday, September 13th, 2012

A month ago in London, on the world’s biggest stage, Usain Bolt crossed the finish line of the fastest race on earth with his signature nonchalance. The moment belied a lifetime of passion, grit, determination, training and preparation, and in the sub-10 seconds prior, Bolt injected a super-sized dose of inspiration to millions and triggered motivational tsunamis worldwide. Moments like these are rocket fuel for people seeking to make a positive change in their lives, both personal and professional. In the latter, it serves to boost the morale of colleagues and teams in the organization they work for. Indeed, motivational theories abound with references to the need for both intrinsic and extrinsic forms of motivation for organizations to survive, compete and win, especially in today’s dynamic marketplace. This year, we at Real intent, are deriving our dose of extrinsic motivation from the Olympics and its inspirational athletes.

Frontrunners in our strong contingent of tools include Meridian CDC which accelerates advanced CDC sign-off and Ascent Lint which accelerates early functional verification. (more…)

Video: Ascent IIV Finds RTL Functional Bugs that Simulation Can Miss

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

Chris Morrison, Chief Architect at Real Intent discusses the differences that set the Implied Intent Verification (IIV) tool apart from lint and simulation. He highlights the positive impact on RTL designs that have even 99% testbench coverage. This interview took play in July 2012.

Chris Morrison was employee #2 at Real Intent.  He brings over 25 years of EDA software engineering experience to the team.  Previous to Real Intent he led the engineering development of clock tree generation and placement based optimization tools at Cadence Design Systems.  Prior to that he worked at Viewlogic Systems.  His PhD is from the University of Colorado and BSEE is from Yale University.  Chris has been awarded six patents in the areas of IC design and verification.

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