Speed Software Development and IP Validation for ARMv8-based SoCs using Juno ARM Development Platform
This webinar introduces the new HAPS adaptor to connect a Juno ARM Development Platform (ADP) to a Synopsys HAPS Prototyping System or DesignWare IP Prototyping Kit to accelerate software development and hardware validation of ARMv8-based designs. The new adaptor links the de-facto platform for ARMv8 software development to a high performance HAPS prototyping system with a reference design, enabling software developers to start integrating new hardware into ARMv8 64bit software stacks.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- Brief overview of the Juno ARM Development Platform
- Introduction of the HAPS prototyping solution with HAPS ProtoCompiler
- Introduction of DesignWare IP Prototyping Kits
- Capabilities and use cases enabled by the Juno HAPS adaptor board
Verification and FPGA prototyping engineers, Software developers for ARM-based firmware, OS and drivers, IP integration engineers
Achim Nohl Technical Marketing Manager Synopsys
Achim Nohl is a Technical Marketing Manager responsible for physical prototyping solutions at Synopsys. Achim has fifteen years of experience in the EDA industry. Prior to physical prototyping, Achim has worked in leading marketing and engineering positions in the areas of virtual prototyping and processor design automation where he has been granted numerous patents on core technologies. Achim holds a master degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Technology in Aachen Germany.
Hugo Neto Technical Marketing Manager Synopsys
Hugo Neto brings more than a decade of semiconductor industry experience to his role as Technical Marketing Manager for IP Prototyping Kits at Synopsys. His Synopsys experience includes working as a customer application engineer for the MIPI and HDMI IP product lines. Prior to Synopsys, Hugo held roles in USB and DDR test engineering for ChipIdea and Nanium, and applications consulting for Verigy/Advantest. Hugo holds a Masters in Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering from Aveiro University in Portugal.