The challenge of balancing profitability against technical complexity is paramount to the success of the Semiconductor Industry. Dassault Systèmes provides solutions to improve team collaboration, ensure requirements are met throughout the design and verification process, and effectively utilize a company’s design IP. Now semiconductor design teams can meet the technical requirements of new devices and contribute to the success of their company by taking an active role in making sure those designs maximize profitability for their company.
On our Main Booth 2932 at DAC, we’re showcasing four important Semiconductor industry enablement solutions:
Effective Design Collaboration with DesignSync
Missed schedule deadlines, design respins and waivers, and the high cost of NPI all affect semiconductors profitability. The inability to synchronize resources, effectively handoff data, end easily ensure that all hardware and software design remain in sync cause design teams to waste precious resources fixing preventable issues and ensuring data integrity between hand offs.
Dassault Systèmes’ DesignSync targets these inefficiencies by intelligently sharing hierarchical design data to facilitate collaboration among members of globally dispersed design teams.
Streamlined SoC Design Closure with Pinpoint
SoC Design closure requires close collaboration between all members of the design team. Unfortunately, RTL designers and physical design team waste precious time trying to communicate across geographic boundaries with design representations that are unfamiliar to each other. Expensive physical design tools are often tied up in a debugging cycle as opposed to being used for design.
Dassault Systèmes’ Pinpoint allows designers to gain “Instant ON” access to the latest design data to make informed design decisions, without the need to invoke expensive design tools and wait for the latest version of a design to load.
Fully Traceable SoC Validation with Requirements Driven Verification
Missed or out of sync requirements are one of the most common reasons for a deice respin. But how do you know that a design has met all requirements or that those requirements have not changed? Can you guarantee that from system level verification all the way through to device test data, that the product is meeting all of the latest requirements?
With Dassault Systèmes’ Requirements Driven Verification, designers can manage complex data relationships, integrate operational silos, and meet time to market deadlines with a verification and validation data management platform that allows for end-to-end traceability from product definition to end product configuration.
Optimized SoC Design with Enterprise IP Management
In order to meet shortened market windows, semiconductor companies have adopted an IP integration methodology. The high cost of Semiconductor NPI can be traced to inefficient IP management within a company such as duplication of IP, inefficiencies in identifying IP, poor governance around making IP reusable.
With Dassault Systèmes’ Enterprise IP Management, design teams can meet accelerated customer demand for the latest generation technology through IP reuse. Effectively manage and reuse internally produced and externally acquired design data. Understand where it is used, and track issues and defects through multiple projects while also protecting that IP from inappropriate use.
Dassault Systèmes @ the DAC Advanced Electronics Automotive Pavilion, Booth #1303, Kiosk #7:
Drive the FAST LANE @ the DAC Advanced Electronics Automotive Pavilion where Dassault Systèmes is Driving Future-Focused Innovation. Featuring solutions to:
- Increase Design/Engineering Productivity
- Ensure Traceability to comply with New Industry Safety Standards
- Complete Early Vehicle Performance Validation
- Re-use Components Across Multiple Platforms
- Synchronize Mechatronics with Systems Engineering, Improving Performance and Cost Efficiency
- Demos: Showcasing the Smart, Safe and Connected Industry Solution Experience