Debugging and Optimizing Software Before Silicon Webinar

Carbon Design Systems will host a 45-minute webinar, “Debugging and Optimizing Software before Silicon.” The webcast will demonstrate the process of modeling a complex system. It will outline the accuracy and performance required to validate software, debug the integrated system, and perform the performance analysis required to tune the software. The online tutorial is meant for software developers, hardware architects and firmware designers.

The event will take place online on Tuesday, September 30, 2008 at 1:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time (10:00 am Pacific Daylight Time).

Blurb:

Dramatically increasing software content is posing greater and greater challenges for traditional hardware-oriented design and verification methodologies. The increasing number of software work-arounds required to overcome hardware bugs is highlighting the need to begin system integration testing much earlier in the design process, and to use more accurate models of the system. In addition, the need to start software debug sooner in order to bring in project schedules as well as the need to perform software optimization is driving the demand for virtual platforms to enable pre-silicon software validation and analysis. This webinar will demonstrate the process of modeling a complex system and providing the accuracy and performance required to validate software, debug the integrated system, and perform the performance analysis required to tune the software.

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