Using the IEEE IP-XACT specification to streamline your SoC's design and verification
Today's complex system-on-chip (SoC) designs require the use of more intellectual property (IP), allowing companies to focus on product differentiation while reducing design time. The IP may come to the design team from multiple sources, including internal (as existing or newly developed IP) and external 3rd party IP. The IP-XACT specification is a valuable format when combined with quality tools designed for an IP-based design and verification flow, as it can help solve IP integration challenges faced by designers today.
In this webinar, you will:
- Hear how IP-XACT is used today to solve complex IP integration challenges
- Learn how you can expand and customize a design environment using IP-XACT
- Get a brief overview of specific solutions for IP-based design and verification using IP-XACT
Who should attend: Designers and managers who are or will be developing SOC design with IP components.
Estimated length: 50 minutes, 10 minutes Q&A
John A. Swanson, Senior Manager, Synopsys
John Swanson is a Senior Manager in the Market and Business Development Group at Synopsys. John has worked in the IP business since 1990 when he joined Logic Automation / Modeling which was later acquired by Synopsys. John has worked in design, verification, integration and implementation aspects of complex IP. For the last 10 year he has been focused on engineering methodology, as well as business development and marketing. In addition, John chaired the Verification Technical Working Group in the SPIRIT Consortium and represented Synopsys on the Power.org technical subcommittee and is currently the co-chair of the IP-XACT users group under Accellera.