Hsin-Chu, Taiwan, Oct. 31, 2005 - EverCAD today announced that their ADiT-VPI, an analog / Verilog environment that was specifically designed for SoC and mixed-signal designs, had been verified by Faraday Technology Corporation, a leading ASIC design service and IP provider, and will be standardized into Faraday's design flow for future IC chip designs.
"After we had done evaluations among the co-simulation EDA tools, we choose ADiT-VPI since it provides the best solution." said Kun-Cheng Wu, Director of Design Development at Faraday. "In Faraday's advanced USB2.0 application designs, ADiT-VPI can successfully help us verify our design between analog and digital parts. We will standardize ADiT-VPI in our design flow to meet our requirement in the next generation designs and keep our leadership in these fields."
Hsin-Shih Wang, R&D Associate VP at Faraday said, "Designers can improve their overall project schedule by using ADiT-VPI since EverCAD's implementation strategy is focusing on co-simulation at the early design stage. We will use ADiT-VPI in Faraday's new product development including our Programmable SerDes and UWB solutions.
"We are pleased to know that ADiT-VPI can help Faraday solve the design issues and meet their time-to-market goal.", said Dr. Pole-Shang Lin, President and CEO of EverCAD Software Corporation. "Since ADiT-VPI is based on a friendly A/D co-simulation design environment, designers can hook ADiT into their existing Verilog simulators through the standard Verilog Procedural Interface (VPI) by using ADiT-VPI. We are proud to say that EverCAD's ADiT-VPI is the best solution for mixed-signal design in the current EDA market."
Co-simulation environment for Digital Verilog Simulators
ADiT-VPI supports seamless integration of ADiT simulator with VCS, NCVerilog, Verilog-XL and ModelSim. Users are allowed to specify the D/A and A/D interfaces with ease and it is perfect solution for SoC designs.
EverCAD Corporation is a private EDA firm specializing in advanced circuit simulation & analysis tool suite for analog, mixed signal, and SOC designs. It was first founded in 1998 and currently employs over 20 staff members worldwide. EverCAD is self-funded EDA firm, profitable since 1999 and is growing quickly each year.