EVE's ZeBu (for Zero Bugs) employs a breakthrough hardware and software architecture that removes the drawbacks of traditional field programmable gate array (FPGA)-based verification systems. It offers debugging and ease-of-use capabilities of the best hardware emulation systems with the performance and price of FPGA prototypes. Using ZeBu, systems-on-chip (SOC) design teams can accelerate hardware debugging as well as integrate and test embedded software.
At DesignCon, EVE will demonstrate ZeBu-UF, its new PCI card-based system. ZeBu-UF will run an MPEG4 decoder processing a video clip at 32MHz, which is faster than the speed of the actual MPEG4 decoder. The demo shows the simultaneous debug of hardware and software, also known as hardware/software co-verification.
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EVE offers the fastest verification and most cycles per dollar by combining the best aspects of traditional emulation and rapid prototyping systems into a single, unified environment for ASIC and SoC debugging, and embedded software validation. Its headquarters in the United States is San Jose, Calif. Telephone: (408) 881-0440. Fax: (408) 904-5800. Its corporate headquarters is located in Palaiseau, France. Telephone: (33) 1 126.96.36.199. Fax: (33) 1 188.8.131.52. Email: email@example.com. Website: http://www.eve-usa.com.
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