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Partnership improves IP-based SoC assembly

Posted: 28 Oct 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:SoC assembly? software development? prototyping?

Duolog Technologies Ltd has joined forces with Cadence Design Systems Inc. to validate system development flows from open, connected and scalable virtual system prototyping connected to RTL SoC assembly. This is made possible by connecting Duolog's integration applications, Socrates, and the Cadence System Development Suite.

"At Duolog, we recognize that a comprehensive data management solution is essential for complex IP-based SoC assembly," stated Norman Walsh, COO at Duolog.?"The Cadence System Development Suite provides the key connections between our products to improve team productivity and extend into the vitally important area of software development.�The collaboration between Cadence and Duolog harnesses the power of our industry-leading Socrates tool suite."

"Interoperability with IP-based SoC assembly solutions is an important requirement for improving productivity of system development by enabling earlier software development and rapid system assembly," noted Michal Siwinski, product management group director, system and software realization group, Cadence. "By collaborating with Duolog, we are providing a solution that is open, connected and scalableessential criteria for developing complex systems in today's application-driven technology environment."

The Cadence System Development Suite offers four connected platforms that enable hardware-software co-design from early software development to prototyping, while Duolog's Socrates manages the assembly of the vital infrastructures of these systems. Socrates assembles the virtual systems, and maintains a consistent HW/SW interface between the virtual and real systems. TLM2.0-based IP can be quickly and easily integrated into virtual systems using the rules-based integration methodology in Socrates.

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