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Denali verification suite complies with PCI Express

Posted: 20 May 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:puresuite? pci express? purespec? eda? verification?

Denali Software Inc. has introduced PureSuite, a comprehensive verification suite that exercises PCI Express designs and measures both compliance with the PCI Express specification and interoperability with other PCI Express designs.

PureSuite, together with Denali's popular PureSpec verification IP product, provides a completely automated solution for functional verification of PCI Express designs. The PureSuite product enables designers to dramatically reduce the time and risk associated with functional verification, a task which regularly consumes over 70 percent of the entire chip development cycle.

"Interface verification is a market Denali intends to own and dominate," says Sanjay Srivastava, CEO of Denali, the leading provider of electronic design automation (EDA) products for chip interface design and verification. "We achieved overwhelming market share with our verification IP products for PCI Express and memory interfaces, and now we are completing the solution with PureSuite."

Denali's PureSuite covers the entire PCI Express specification written by the PCI Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG). With a suite of thousands of pre-defined tests, PureSuite is able to fully measure specification coverage of PCI Express interface verification designs against the PCI-SIG compliance checklist.

All aspects of the specification are tested and covered - from physical layer, data link, transaction layer and configuration space, to initialization and power management - with compliant traffic and noncompliant traffic to measure error recovery capabilities.

PureSuite, priced at $50,000/year/project, is available now on all platforms.

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