Defacto at DAC booth #667

Defacto will be releasing its STAR 8.0 Major Release at DAC this year in Las Vegas (booth #667).

Major release features will be presented in conjunction with new customer success stories in SoC design areas including SoC integration, Design optimization and Multiview design consistency checks.

If you want to attend a demo session or to book a one to one meeting with a Defacto expert, please let us know here

 

Also if you want to attend a demo session or to book a one to one meeting with a Defacto expert, please let us know

STAR in few words

Build a full SoC at RTL with the best trade-off

(Time to Market, Power, Performance, Area, IP Reuse, Engineering cost) 

 

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Will you be at DAC this year ?

We are now 1month away from DAC,

Defacto Technologies is excited to announce new releases of its RTL SoC Integration Platform during DAC in San Francisco CA, June 25-27.

Customer experiences and several demos around SoC integration design solutions will be presented at the Defacto booth #1358.

Defacto team will be showcasing RTL Design restructuring and RTL Signoff solutions with new releases of its STAR Design platform.

Please visit us at the booth #1358 and be part of our technical presentations.

STARChip in few words

 

Defacto will offer the StarChip software solution for the SoC Automated Design allowing to increase sophistication and performances of SoCs and to dramatically reduce design costs. At the same time StarChip reduces up to 50% times the SoC design process.

Webinar: October 26, 10.00AM PST

 As the number of CPUs, GPUs, and IPs is growing in today’s SoCs, power management is becoming a very complex task, especially during the exploration phase where design restructuring is used in order to find the most optimal low power architecture, to meet the design requirements for performance, die size and power consumption. 


Given the complexity of today's designs, a multitude of questions need to be answered : Why should a certain block be moved? Where should it be moved? Will there be an impact on timing closure or low power or both? How long would it take to update the design? Etc... 


With its RTL Build & RTL Signoff tools, Defacto’s STAR platform is leading design automation towards press button design restructuring decisions. Now STAR is adding new capabilities to help reconcile RTL design restructuring and power Intent decisions. Instead of waiting until the design is updated to assess the impact on low power, a designer can now make the right design changes while fully complying with low power intent requirements. This is a significant improvement which is providing benefits in daily SoC design tasks.

 

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