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EVE today denied any wrongdoing and reaffirmed that it will continue to defend itself against Mentor Graphics' patent infringement suits. EVE believes these litigations are unfounded will defend itself through the United States and Japanese court systems until the truth is established.
EVE today announced a variety of new software to expand the capabilities of its ZeBu system-on-chip emulation platform, including power-aware verification, post-run debugging, two vertical application validation platforms, low-power and Flash memory models, and electronic system level tool interfaces
EVE today announced immediate availability of a 10-Gigabit Ethernet validation platform for its ZeBu family of system-on-chip hardware-assisted verification platforms. The e-zTest 10GbE software is a transaction-based environment for high-speed validation of 10GbE functions in network routers, switches and controllers, and SoC application specific integrated circuits containing 10GbE ports.
EVE today announced that its ZeBu hardware-assisted verification platform and ZEMI-3 transaction-level modeling methodology have been adopted by Fujitsu Microelectronics Solutions Limited. Fujitsu Microelectronics Solutions implemented an integrated algorithmic C verification to register transfer level emulation flow for its high-level synthesis design methodology.
EVE confirmed today that Texas Instruments Incorporated used its ZeBu-Server (for Zero Bugs) hardware-assisted verification platform to accelerate development of its embedded software for the OMAP 5 platform.
EVE has unveiled its ZeBu-Blade2 hardware-assisted verification platform, the first member of the ZeBu emulation family based on Xilinx Virtex6-LX760 field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). ZeBu-Blade2 is the first emulator for application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) and systems on chip (SoCs) implemented in 40-nanometer (nm) technology. It offers design teams fast execution and attractive pricing for best-in-class hardware/software integration ahead of silicon availability.
Reports One Week to Set Up Transactors, 200X Acceleration - Konica Minolta Technology Center, Inc., of Tokyo, Japan today announced that it accelerated its hardware debugging process through the use of EVE's ZeBu hardware-assisted verification platform and ZEMI-3 transaction-level modeling methodology.
EVE, the leader in hardware/software co-verification, and Xena Networks of Copenhagen, Denmark, jointly announced today a strategic development partnership where EVE's best-in-class ZeBu hardware-assisted verification family has been integrated with Xena's high-density Ethernet testing solution.
EVE, the leader in hardware/software co-verification, today began shipping four new vertical solutions, further expanding its best-in-class ZeBu hardware-assisted verification family into computer/peripherals, embedded processors, networking and video markets.
EVE, the leader in hardware/software co-verification, announced today it has integrated its best-in-class ZeBu hardware-assisted verification solution with the fast and flexible ARM® VSTREAM™ Virtual Debug Interface.
Arteris Inc. and EVE today announced an integrated solution enabling system-on-chip (SoC) developers to easily generate and use actual SoC register transfer level (RTL) implementations on EVE's ZeBu-Server emulation platform.
EVE, the leader in hardware/software co-verification, announced today that it has enhanced the design debugging capabilities of its best-in-class ZeBu emulation platform, setting the standard for advanced system-on-chip (SoC) verification and leaping ahead of traditional emulation.
Zoran Corporation has selected the ZeBu emulation platform from EVE, the leader in hardware/software co-verification, for the verification of its high-performance, multi-function peripheral system-on-chip (SoC) designs.
EVE, the leader in hardware/software co-verification, closed out Calendar Year 2010 with more than 50 percent revenue growth, double-digit profitability and increased market share. Since January 2010, 30 of EVE's ZeBu-Server emulation systems were deployed at 15 different electronics companies worldwide, as EVE partnered with leaders of the computing, consumer electronics, multimedia/imaging, networking and wireless industries.
Mentor Graphics Corporation announced today that it filed a complaint against EVE alleging infringement of its United States Patent No. 6,876,962 issued April 5, 2005, titled "Method and Apparatus For Concurrent Emulation of Multiple Circuit Designs On An Emulation System."
EVE, the leader in hardware/software co-verification, today announced that it closed the last fiscal quarter of 2010 on March 31 with record bookings of $19.9 million. Further, since it began volume production in January 2010 of ZeBu-Server, its new billion-gate fast emulation platform, EVE has received purchase orders from eight semiconductor companies, including both new and long-time users of ZeBu platforms.
EVE, the leader in hardware/software co-verification, today announced that STMicroelectronics, a world leader in set-top box and digital TV chips, has adopted the ZeBu emulation system, including EVE's extensive catalog of ZeBu transactors and memory models, for use in the development of 3D graphics and advanced video codec technologies.