Manufacturers of complex electronic systems, going from multi-physical sensors up to mobile phones have to address growing market demands and deal with an exponential technology complexity. As a consequence, the time required to design the hardware and software parts of these systems must be optimized.
Yet, the software part development is slowed down because it requires the presence of the equipment. Our solutions allow to remove this constraint and thus be able to develop the software part as soon as possible.
To start the software development before having the hardware, developers use simulation techniques which reproduce the system behavior within a virtual platform (VP). Our VPs, adapted to every customers needs implement an original association between the SystemC library and fast simulation technique called Dynamic Binary Translation (DBT).
Our virtual plateforms allow the parallel development of hardware and software, and brings:
– An important reduction in time in the product development process
– A capacity to simulate a large number of interconnected systems.
– An ease in integration within the existing IDEs.
Company created in July 2016. VP ideployed at our experimental customer.
– Concurrent development of software and hardware
– Design space exploration
– Test of large-scale systems (several hundred nodes)
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