Real Intent, Synopsys, Mentor and NVIDIA representatives to present viewpoints
Real Intent, the leader in formal electronic design verification from spec to sign-off, has organized a verification panel that included lunch at the 24th International Computer Conference on Computer Design (ICCD), sponsored by the IEEE, with speakers addressing how using formal verification technology improves electronic design timing, verification, productivity and quality
Tuesday, October 3, noon
2050 Gateway Place
San Jose, CA 95110
About the Panel:
Title: Extending the reach of formal techniques for electronic design Moderator: Michael Santarini, EDA editor, EDN Magazine
Panelists: Representatives from NVIDIA, Mentor, Real Intent and Synopsys
For years formal techniques have promised to contribute to design quality in unique ways, with less engineering effort. Standards have emerged in property languages, and the state of the art in formal has moved forward significantly. Adoption is increasing, but how quickly? Panelists will discuss this topic and answer questions.
Information and Registration:
Please visit www.iccd-conference.org to register or for more information about ICCD.
About Real Intent:
Real Intent is extending breakthrough formal technology to critical problems encountered by design and verification teams worldwide. Real Intent’s products dramatically improve the functional verification efficiency of leading edge application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC), system-on-chip (SOC), and Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) devices. Over 40 major electronics design houses, including Sun Microsystems, ATI, Marvell Technology Group, nVidia, and NEC Electronics, use Real Intent software
Real Intent is headquartered at 505 North Mathilda Avenue, Suite 210, Sunnyvale, CA 94085, phone: (408) 830-0700 fax: (408) 737-1962 e-mail: Email Contact