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What is convergence (EDA)?
In electronics circuit design, convergence often refers to the achievement of a final design solution in which all design constraints have been successfully met. This may involve balancing and trading off two or more requirements that are in opposition with one another, such as timing delay versus area.
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2004-01-01 Verification platform for Jeda language rolls
Jeda Technologies released Jeda-X, a commercial product based on the Jeda hardware verification language.
2006-10-16 Transaction assertions boost Jeda NSCa suite
Jeda Technologies is adding transaction-level assertion to native SystemC assertion (NSCa), a verification automation tool suite introduced in February.
2003-11-13 New verification platform is based on Jeda language
New verification platform is based on Jeda language
2006-04-03 SystemC assertions go 'native'
Jeda Technologies shelved its own Jeda verification language in favor of a new tool suite supposedly equipped with the industry's first 'native' SystemC assertion-based verification automation capability.
2003-09-01 Startup spins open-source HVL wares
Jeda Technologies releases its HVL developed by one of the original developers of the Vera language.
2003-09-01 Fresh crop of EDA startups
The semiconductor industry may still be reeling from the economic downturn, but new EDA companies with interesting ideas continue to emerge.
2003-08-20 CD-ROMs compile open-source EDA, IP
An updated CD-ROM package contains some 190 open-source EDA tools and 130 hardware designs - all for a price of $25.
2007-02-23 C++ verification class library rolls for SystemC
Filling what it sees as missing capabilities in the SystemC verification environment, Jeda Technologies is introducing NSCv, a C++ verification class library for SystemC.
2003-09-09 Verilog won't diverge, user reps pledge
Although the IEEE and the Accellera standards organization appear to be heading in different directions with next-gen Verilog, IEEE 1364 Working Group and Accellera's SystemVerilog committee members said they won't allow incompatible standards to emerge.
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