Oski Technology Will Prove at DAC End-to-End Formal Techbench Can Catch All Design Bugs

Decoding Formal Challenge, Lectures, Training Will Showcase
Completeness of End-to-End Formal Verification

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA, June 3, 2015 --

WHO: Oski Technology, Inc., the only dedicated formal verification service provider

WHAT: Will prove that its End-to-End formal testbench is complete and can catch all the design bugs at the 52nd Design Automation Conference (DAC)

WHEN: Monday and Tuesday, June 8-9, from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. and Wednesday, June 10, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

WHERE: Moscone Center, San Francisco

DAC attendees are encouraged to stop by the Oski Technology Booth (#1215) to challenge its End-to-End formal testbench. They can make a random or intentional change to an existing register transfer level (RTL) design and run formal and see if the testbench catches the bug. The challenge is co-sponsored by Synopsys.

Oski Technology will have a series of regularly scheduled presentations, demonstrations and two Decoding Formal lectures per day in its booth to further showcase the completeness of its End-to-End Formal Verification for sign-off. For a complete list of lectures and to pre-register, go to: http://bit.ly/1bV7Llp

June 11 is Decoding Formal Training Day as Oski Technology and Synopsys host “Achieving Formal Sign-off” from 10:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. The agenda will cover:

  • Creating a Formal Test Plan                  
  • Writing End-to-End Formal Checkers
  • Calculating Required Proof Bound
  • Dealing with Formal Complexity
  • Using Abstraction Models                    
  • Managing Constraints

The registration fee is $199. To register, go to: http://bit.ly/1DKQBOb

More information about Oski Technology and its DAC-related events can be found at http://bit.ly/1Jz8yGw

                The DAC program is available at www.dac.com

About Oski Technology

Oski Technology is a formal verification services company with expertise in deploying formal verification on complex, digital designs. Oski Technology has developed a unique Formal Sign-off Methodology and Oski Abstraction Models to solve challenging capacity problems with formal verification. Its formal methods bring a higher level of productivity than traditional simulation and formal verification approaches. Oski Technology, headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., with a design center in India, has built a team of the world's foremost experts in formal verification. More information about Oski Technology can be found at: www.oskitechnology.com

Contact:

Nanette Collins
Public Relations for Oski Technology
(617) 437-1822
Email Contact

 




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