Docea Power Aceplorer v2.2 for Modeling Power Consumption

Docea Power rolled out version 2.2 of their Aceplorer software for modeling and optimizing electronic design power consumption, early in the design cycle, at the architectural level. Aceplorer v2.2 features a library of generic blocks that can be used as a starting point for creating libraries of components including Intellectual Property (IP)-based power description models.

Docea Power Aceplorer v2.2 software for modeling and optimizing electronic design power consumption

Aceplorer 2.2 Features

  • Library of generic blocks that can be used as a starting point for creating libraries of components
  • Improved graphical user interface (GUI) and project management capabilities
  • Easier to instantiate, aggregate and share libraries and designs among different teams
  • Automatically outputs Unified Power Format (UPF) 2.0 or IEEE Std. 1801-2009 files
  • Eliminates having to write the first UPF file in the flow by hand
  • Helps reduce the risk of errors
  • Easy-to-understand UPF file editor allows for information sharing
  • Reduces the risks of misunderstandings among different teams

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