The SPIRIT Consortium has a webcast that introduces the new IP-XACT 1.4 specification. The webcast will highlight The SPIRIT Consortium’s new IP-XACT 1.4 specification, which expands the range of IP that can be used in an IP-XACT Design Environment and targets new applications, specifically those dealing with transactional modeling and advanced verification methodologies. The presentation will demonstrate how designers can automatically create many different expressions of a design in a consistent and correlated way.
IP-XACT 1.4 benefits include documentation of all aspects of IP using XML databook format, documentation of models in a quantifiable and language-independent way, and enables designers to deploy specialist knowledge in their design.
Enabling Rapid, Reliable Deployment of IP into System Designs
Ralph von Vignau, President, The SPIRIT Consortium
Gary Delp, Vice President, The SPIRIT Consortium