Today, an increased number of IPs are delivered using IP-XACT interfaces which should ease the integration process. However, it is still a complex format to handle and not every company (or designer) wants to jump into a new format.
We observe several categories of users and reactions around IP-XACT:
- Those who are already using IP-XACT but would like to have the design information fully compliant with an RTL design flow
- Those who want to adopt this standard with full compliance with RTL design flow but are a bit reluctant knowing the format complexity.
- Those who want to avoid using IP-XACT as much as possible
Defacto’s SoC Compiler addresses users above and helps building a unified and IP-XACT and RTL design flow. During this webinar Defacto's SoC Compiler 9.0 key capabilities will be illustrated through typical cases such as:
- Extraction of design information
- Coherency checks between IP-XACT, RTL, UPF and SDC
- IP-XACT <-> RTL view generation
- Joint IP-XACT & RTL Integration
- System-level handling and report with a focus on memory map.
In summary during the webinar, attendees will get a clear picture of how SoC Compiler helps to build a cost-effectively and robust flow to manage IP-XACT complexity.
AUDIENCE: CAD Manager, Architects, CAD Engineer, Designers, Integration teams and Verification teams
- Chouki Aktouf: CTO at Defacto
- Arthur Kalsing: Senior R&D at Defacto & Member of Accellera Working Group
- Valentin Boyer: Product Manager at Defacto
This webinar is in partnership with SemiWiki and Defacto