With the Portable Test and Stimulus Standard (PSS), users capture their test intent in declarative models that encapsulate complex behaviors in a way that can easily be reused and customized. Questa inFact users develop portable stimulus models in an integrated development environment (IDE) that boosts productivity. These models are hierarchical, so a full- chip specification can be composed from models supplied by IP providers. The models support constraints on resource requirements and data exchanges.
Questa inFact ensures that the wide range of generated tests obey these constraints and exercise only legal design scenarios.
Tool that will be covered:
The Questa inFact tool suite offers:
Questa inFact enables verification engineers to predictably achieve their existing functional coverage goals 10X faster than random tests and create tests 10-100x more productively than with directed tests. Questa inFact integrates on top of existing testbench verification IP to achieve verification goals more efficiently and boost the comprehensiveness of verification. Questa inFact supports verification at the block level, SoC level, and full chip level in SystemVerilog, OVM/UVM, SystemC, VHDL, and embedded C test-based verification environments.
Who Should Attend?
- Project Leads
- FPGA Verification Engineers
Post the session, the participants will be able to:
The customer would be able to understand the advantage of PSS and by adopting would be able to
- Enable an efficient and predictable coverage-driven verification process
- Boost verification comprehensiveness
- Finds more design bugs, and finds them earlier
More than seven years of experience in technical support of EDA tools while consulting the clients, understanding their requirements, and suggesting solutions in line with their requirements, explaining the capabilities of our software and demonstrating its usefulness towards their design goal. Knowledge of sales & marketing cycle of research and engineering product and FAE’s role in this cycle for maintaining the product relevance in the departments, which procure the EDA tools.