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Mentor, Rohde & Schwarz collaborate on wireless debug platform

Posted: 24 Nov 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:hardware emulation technology? transaction-based verification? traditional in-circuit emulation? SoCs?

Mentor Graphics Corp. and Rohde & Schwarz have just announced their collaboration to bring a hardware-accelerated, debug platform for the verification of wireless communication SoCs.

Product manager for Mobile Radio Protocol Testers from Rohde & Schwarz, Gerhard Goetz says, "By combining with Mentor and the Veloce emulator, we can show our customers a high-speed platform that allows them to perform SoC test and integration many weeks or months before they are committed to real silicon, increasing their verification productivity and improving their time-to-market."

The merging of Mentor's Veloce hardware emulation technology with Rohde & Schwarz's test and measurement equipment sets the stage for a " high-performance and productive environment for handling the verification of wireless communication systems."

The Veloce platform with dual mode accelerator and emulator offers high performance for both transaction-based verification and traditional in-circuit emulation (ICE). With an extensive portfolio of vertical market solutions, the Veloce product is the platform of choice for wireless, networking, multimedia, and embedded systems applications. On the other hand, the Rohde & Schwarz T&M tools enable a quick and efficient test environment for wireless communication systems, such as WCDMA and LTE, critical for the verification of next-generation wireless SoC designs.

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