Today’s SoCs—especially devices for mobile
applications—must support relentlessly growing system-level power management
demands. To provide the needed sophistication and granularity, mobile SoCs use
ever more complex advanced low power methodologies. We’ll describe the design
implications of these advanced low power techniques, and the static checking
capabilities designers need to verify the consistency and correctness of low
power intent and implementation through the flow. Then we will look at how some
of the new checking and debug capabilities in MVRC can address these
requirements, and show a brief use case example.

presenter 1David

Director of Product Marketing, Static and Low Power

David has a broad background in EDA
and semiconductor marketing, including tools and solutions spanning
implementation, verification and manufacturing flows.

presenter 2Vinay

R&D Group Director, Low Power Verification


For more than 10 years, Vinay’s focus has been on
developing Low Power EDA technologies and products. Prior to Synopsys, he was VP
of Engineering for Archpro where he was responsible for developing MVSIM and
MVRC products. Vinay also worked at Sequence Design where he served in various
engineering and management roles, including VP of R&D for static timing,
signal integrity and power integrity analysis products.

presenter 3Prapanna

CAE Manager, Low Power Verification

For the past seven years, Prapanna has been developing and
deploying Low Power verification technologies and products at Synopsys and at
ArchPro (acquired by Synopsys). Prior to that, he was Senior R&D Engineer at
Texas Instruments, developing software tools for reliability and dynamic IR-drop