Breker Verification Systems launched a new verion of TrekSoC for SoC designs. The Breker software now supports multiple heterogeneous embedded processors. The new verification support for multiple heterogeneous processors helps project teams verify their SoCs more completely. The latest release of TrekSoC is available to qualified verification teams now. General availability is expected at the end of 2012.
Breker TrekSoC automatically generates self-verifying C test cases that run on the SoC’s processors in a fully synchronized manner for faster and more thorough verification. Its test cases exercise a wide range of functional scenarios, ensuring that the SoC can support the necessary concurrency, system-level and software functionality while meeting performance requirements.
In the past, a typical SoC contained a single embedded processor and a simple bus interconnecting the processor with memory, functional blocks and peripheral interfaces. now, leading-edge SoCs have a hierarchy of buses and multiple types of processor cores interconnected with multiple memories and dozens or even hundreds of functional blocks and peripheral interfaces. TrekSoC automatically generates self-verifying C test cases for these SoCs.
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