As we approach the New Year, it’s a perfect time to think about the future – especially the future of verification. The “More than Moore” mindset that drives market demand for innovation in verification solutions has matured into more than “More than Moore,” due to much added complexity. All blocks now must work together. Dealing with multiple CPUs compounds the problem. You have to make sure CDC, SDC and power failure modes – all of which can happen concurrently – are identified earlier in your design process, to make it more predictable. Increased speed, capacity, and precision in digital verification intensify the need for best-in-class tools. In 2014 I think we’ll see more emphasis on using best-in-class verification solutions from startups. In contrast to larger companies, startups typically are focused on a particular area and can respond very quickly to every design request. That’s what we have found to be true at Real Intent. Our unsurpassed Meridian and Ascent verification tools help you innovate more quickly. No matter how adventurous and brilliant you are in your designs, you need tools that get you to sign-off, so all your ingenuity won’t come back to haunt you!
I would like to extend a personal thank-you to our customers for the very dynamic year we just completed at Real Intent. Working closely with you to address your needs, we added new capability to all of our products, and grew at a rate more than 10x that of the industry at large. I and the rest of the Real Intent team look forward to keeping pace with your innovation in the coming year. Very best wishes for a vibrant and prosperous 2014!
In the above video, I speak with Graham Bell about the accomplishments in the fiscal year 2013 ending on Oct. 31, the growth of our business by 60%, and to the market’s need for the speed, capacity and low-noise reporting of the company’s best-in-class solutions.