“We continue to maintain our leadership position by supplying the broadest range of accelerated virtual verification environments,” affirms Luc Burgun, EVE’s chief executive officer and president, who adds that more than 30 virtual debug environments are available for ZeBu. “These application-specific debug solutions offer design teams the ability to lead their markets with working silicon faster than their competition.”
e-zTest 10GbE supports half- and full-duplex modes, variable frame lengths and inter-frame gap modeling. Application programming interfaces allow easy integration with user testbenches as well as commercial Ethernet test generation and protocol analysis applications. The e-zTest 10GbE frame monitoring and capture environment allows exporting frames in Packet Capture format, and is compatible with the open source Wireshark toolkit for network packet analysis. PCAP files also support Ethernet frame generators such as packETH and Tcpreplay to stimulate the design under test deterministically using captured network traffic.
EVE provides accelerated SoC transaction-based verification for hardware and software developers who access ZeBu as a network resource to leading semiconductor, communications, video, and portable and stationary consumer product companies. ZeBu provides a library of off-the-shelf, synthesizable emulation virtual components to debug GbE, 10GbE, PCIe, USB, video/HDMI, I2C, I2S and AMBA protocols and integration with virtual platform development environments for pre-silicon software development. EVE’s ZEMI-3 product generates custom, synthesizable transactors for user custom protocols.
Typical projects achieve verification speeds that range from five-to-15 MegaHertz with ZeBu-Blade2 and ZeBu-Server. With Smart Debug, ZeBu provides 100% accessibility into the device under test and a hierarchical debug methodology to trace problems.
EVE will offer demonstrations of the ZeBu SoC hardware-assisted verification platform family in Booth #1926 at the 49th Design Automation Conference June 4-6 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.