Have Your Design’s Timing Verified On The Spot At DAC

May 21, 2007
If you question your design’s false and multicycle path definitions, you might consider bringing it with you to the Design Automation Conference (DAC, June 4-8, San Diego). There, you can put your suspicions to the test while also giving a new tool a

If you question your design’s false and multicycle path definitions, you might consider bringing it with you to the Design Automation Conference (DAC, June 4-8, San Diego). There, you can put your suspicions to the test while also giving a new tool a spin. In its DAC Booth 7669, FishTail Design Automation will offer attendees the opportunity to verify and generate timing exceptions (false and multicycle paths) on their designs.

FishTail is scheduling private demonstrations of its design-constraint verification and generation products, Confirm and Focus. Rather than running the time-honored canned demos of its tools, FishTail’s FAEs will load up attendees’ actual designs to learn whether their existing false and multi-cycle path definitions are accurate. And, if FishTail’s tools deliver the goods, they’ll leave the booth with formally generated timing exceptions for their designs that will have been independently proven to be correct.

To schedule a private suite demonstration and to learn more about what to bring to the FishTail booth to run designs, DAC attendees should visit www.fishtail-da.com/dac_reg/main.php.

FishTail Design Automation

www.fishtail-da.com

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