For a limited time, users of Tenison Design Automation’s VTOC tool for creation of SystemC verification models from RTL can migrate to Carbon Design Systems’ model-generation platform for free. Carbon’s Tenison Migration Program includes free use of Carbon’s tools, custom integration software, and tailored services. The program runs through October 31, 2007.
The Carbon program is aimed at Tenison users who may be concerned about their tool flow in the wake of Tenison’s acquisition by ARC International in June.
Carbon’s model-generation technology rapidly accelerates the development of models used in the development of firmware. Carbon’s tools compile Verilog, VHDL, and mixed-language RTL designs into high-speed, cycle-accurate virtual hardware models. These models link directly into SystemC or virtual platform environments, such as ARM’s SoC Designer and CoWare’s Platform Architect, and enable accurate architectural tradeoffs and the development of firmware, driver, and diagnostic code well in advance of silicon.
For more details on the Tenison Migration Program, contact:
Carbon Design Systems