June 7, 2016 – Truechip Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (“Truechip”), the Verification IP specialist, today announced that it had shipped its PCIe Verification IP to Logicircuit, Inc. for verification of its PCIe controller core.
The two companies have collaborated to build a platform that ensures quick delivery of comprehensively verified and high performance PCIe controllers to customers. The platform ensures high quality by leveraging comprehensive test-bench and assertion based verification methodologies and delivering full functional and code coverage.
“Logicircuit is a company focused on providing avionics and other related safety-critical electronics solutions, which require the assurance of thorough verification. They are well suited to benefit from our Comprehensive Verification IP (CVIP) Platform,” remarked Nitin Kishore, chief executive officer (CEO) of Truechip.
“We evaluated several suppliers but found Truechip’s PCIe CVIP to be robust, easy to integrate and equipped with the strong protocol checkers we need to meet our quality objectives. When we considered the additional factors of license model flexibility and support it was a fairly easy decision.” said Joe Goode, CEO of Logicircuit.
About Truechip Solutions
Truechip, the Verification IP specialist, is a leading provider of design and verification solutions which help to accelerate hardware designs, lowering cost and risks associated in the development of application specific integrated circuits (ASICs), field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and SoCs. Truechip is a privately held company with a global footprint and experienced leadership team. Truechip is also a member of MIPI Alliance and provides Verification IPs compliant to MIPI Standards.
Logicircuit offers products and solutions to assist companies with the development of safety-critical electronics and software. Primarily focusing on avionics and similar industries, Logicircuit offers development, compliance and intellectual property products to simplify product development in support of DO-254 (electronics), DO-178C (software), and related safety-critical standards.