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100% Signal Visibility during Emulation Dynamic Debug with HVD Technology   
Abstract: When it comes to debugging during emulation, engineers are forced to use multiple applications to ensure proper hardware signal data extraction and visualization. Learn from this webinar a leading edge technology that intelligently extracts data from the FPGA emulator to provide 100% signal visibility during emulation. This approach delivers up to 70% bandwidth savings in the critical emulator communication channel. Both dynamic and static probes from emulation can also be visualized in the Riviera-PRO waveform viewer preserving the original signal names and hierarchy paths and providing complete traceability to the design’s RTL source code. Play webinar   
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Accelerate SoC Simulation Time of Newer Generation FPGAs   
Functional verification of a design at the three design stages (RTL, Gate-Level and Post-Route) are essential steps to ensure correct behavior of a design according to requirements, however they are limited by HDL simulator speed. While HDL simulators offer advanced debugging capabilities and provide robust design coverage information, their speed is the primary bottleneck of the design cycle when it comes to verification. This webinar will discuss a faster, safer, and more thorough verification environment that combines the robustness of an HDL simulator with the speed of FPGA prototyping boards. Play webinar   
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Accelerating The Verification Of Hardware Dependent Software   
Software costs now dominate in SoC design. It is therefore imperative that the dependencies the hardware places on the software are captured and managed as early as possible. To ignore these is to risk project and budget overrun. In this webinar, we will illustrate why FPGAs are chosen as the verification platform for software integration. We will discuss the challenges of using FPGAs for verification and introduce the use of hybrid virtual prototypes. A comparison will be made between traditional FPGA ASIC prototypes and an FPGA-based emulation system. Play webinar   
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Accelerating UVM Verification with Emulation   
In this video, Application Engineer Henry Chan, explains how emulation can help accelerate UVM-based testbenches and explores the benefits of emulation/acceleration over traditional simulation tools. A cursory overview of the Accellera SCE-MI standard as well as some necessary testbench modifications for emulation/acceleration are presented. A case-study using a UVM testbench and Network-on-Chip design is examined to demonstrate the benefits of emulation.
Riviera-PRO, HES-DVM デモンストレーションビデオ
Aiding ASIC Design Partitioning for multi-FPGA Prototyping   
Whether it is an ASIC, ASSP or large FPGA design, emulation and prototyping are indispensable verification and validation activities. Often FPGA based platforms are chosen due to their scalability and versatility and more importantly, because of their runtime speed potential. What drives many away from this platform are the challenges of the multi-FPGA design setup that requires complex partitioning, arranging interconnections and managing multiple clock domains across multiple devices. Automation in this field is highly desirable to avoid time consuming and error prone hand-crafting and design hacks that would enable FPGA prototyping. Aldec HES™ Prototyping Platform and related solutions are here to mitigate these risks and facilitate rapid implementation of reliable FPGA prototypes. Design setup for a large multi-FPGA platform is facilitated with the HES-DVM tool that provides new partitioning utilities and can convert ASIC clocks to FPGA-proof structures. Awareness of clock domains and prototyping board connectivity resources facilitates in making wise decisions and allows achieving high clock ratios of FPGA prototypes. In this webinar, we will demonstrate the new HES-DVM prototyping flow that will increase your productivity in physical prototyping by shortening the setup time and increasing runtime speed of your design in FPGA.  Play webinar   
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FPGA Accelerator for Genome Aligner - ReneGENE   
Aldec industry partner, ReneLife introduces its proprietary core technology, ReneGENE, for fast and accurate alignment of short reads obtained from the Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) pipeline. The technology, devoid of heuristics can precisely align the DNA reads against a reference genome at a single nucleotide resolution. As genomics permeates the entire landscape of biology, including biomedicine and therapeutics, ReneGENE creates a genomic highway that significantly contributes to reduce the time from sample to information without compromising on accuracy, critical for lifesaving medicare applications, biotechnology product development and forensics.

In this webinar, we present AccuRA, a high-performance reconfigurable FPGA accelerator engine for ReneGENE, offered on Aldec HES-HPC™ for accurate, and ultra-fast big data mapping and alignment of DNA short-reads from the NGS platforms. AccuRA demonstrates a speedup of over ~ 1500+ x compared to standard heuristic aligners in the market like BFAST which was run on a 8-core 3.5 GHz AMD FX™ processor with a system memory of 16 GB. AccuRA employs a scalable and massively parallel computing and data pipeline, which achieves short read mapping in minimum deterministic time. It offers full alignment coverage of the genome (million to billion bases long), including repeat regions and multi-read alignments. AccuRA offers a need-based affordable solution, deployable both in the cloud and local platforms. AccuRA scales well on the Aldec platform, at multiple levels of design granularity.

  • Introducing the world of genomic big data computing
  • The need for accuracy and precision
  • Introducing ReneGENE/AccuRA
  • Product Demo
  • Impact of ReneGENE-The Genomic Highway
Presenter: Santhi Natarajan, Ph. D (IISc) Play webinar   
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FPGA-Based Prototyping Q&A: 100 Million Gates and Beyond   
As today's SoC and ASIC designs evolve to integrate the latest embedded processors, media interfaces, and high-speed serial communication, FPGA prototyping platforms are struggling to maintain the pace of designs surpassing the 100 million ASIC gate count. With the evolution of modular architectures and robust scalable backplanes, FPGA prototyping vendor solutions such as Aldec HES-7™ are able to keep pace with hardware designers. The HES-7 backplane enables scaling up to 96M ASIC gates, which can be serially daisy-chained for designs which require additional capacity. Play webinar   
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FPGAs for Verification, UVM Simulation Acceleration with Scalable FPGA Platforms   
Most ASIC IP and SoC platforms will be validated at some point using FPGAs; this task is typically referred to as ASIC FPGA prototyping. At the same time, FPGAs are increasingly being used for verification due to the performance and scalability of these systems. In this webinar we will introduce an approach where UVM tests can be accelerated with the use of an FPGA co-emulator. The approach is built upon industry standards SystemVerilog and SCE-MI, and requires no changes to the test environment to accelerate. This enables tests to be moved seamlessly from simulation to the accelerator and back again. Play webinar   
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HES™ Overview: A Hybrid Verification and Validation Platform   
Aldec Hardware Emulation Solutions is a hybrid verification and validation ecosystem for hardware and software teams developing the latest SoC and ASIC designs. Partnering the latest high-capacity FPGA technology with industry leading co-emulation standards, HES allows for multiple modes of verification and validation including bit-level simulation acceleration, transaction-level emulation, Hardware prototyping, and Virtual Modeling.
HES-DVM デモンストレーションビデオ
How to Build PCIe Speed Adapters for In-Circuit SoC Emulation   
Hardware assisted verification became much more affordable due to the availability of high capacity FPGAs such as Xilinx Virtex UltraScale US440 and their adoption for emulation verification environments. One of the advantages of FPGA-based emulation systems is that it’s much more flexible than traditional processor-based systems when it comes to connecting external peripherals. In this presentation we will demonstrate how to take advantage of the FPGA platform to build the PCI Express speed adapter and connect the emulated SoC design with the external PCIe-based Network Interface Card that runs at its target speed and provides connection of the SoC to the real LAN network traffic.  Play webinar   
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HW / SW Co-Verification: Why wait for silicon?   
Abstract: Traditional design flows postpone HW/SW integration and co-verification until the ASIC prototype is ready. With constantly shrinking time-to-market requirement this is significantly too late. If some HW bugs are identified during SW integration phase then it is impossible to make HW changes. Designers have to find sophisticated SW workarounds in order to avoid costly re-spins. Learn from Aldec how to start HW/SW integration and co-verification much earlier in your design flow along with the extensive debugging capabilities on both sides of HW and SW. Find out how to enable HW and SW design teams collaborate on a whole new level that has never been done before. Play webinar   
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Hybrid SoC Verification and Validation Platform for Hardware and Software Teams   
Hardware and Software teams both play a key role in developing the latest SoC and ASIC designs. Early access to hardware allows both teams to work concurrently with one another, increasing overall throughput and enabling hw/sw co-design and co-verification. Utilizing the latest in FPGA Technology with Aldec's Hardware Emulation Solutions, designers have a complete verification and validation tool capable of simulation acceleration, transaction-level emulation, and hardware prototyping. Utilizing the latest in co-emulation standards, HES-DVM™ allows designers to integrate virtual platforms and real time interfaces via speed adapters to provide a high-speed hardware emulation environment. Play webinar   
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New Mirror-Box Technology for Hardware-Assisted Simulation   
Aldec adds new and innovative debugging technologies to HES platform for Simulation Acceleration, providing verification engineers capabilities to quickly verify RTL designs with longer test cases and obtain faster results. Learn Aldec's new debugging technologies including Mirror-Box, ideal for quick smoke-tests runs where you can modify your HDL code and run simulation in the FPGA hardware without rerunning Synthesis and Place and Route. Obtain simulation speed up factor of 10-100X with accelerated debugging to detect more errors and bugs per day, ultimately helping you meet tight time-to-market deadlines. Play webinar   
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Partitioning Design for Custom or In-house Designed Multi-FPGA Board   
Presently, emulation and prototyping are essential verification and validation techniques for a SoC, ASIC, ASSP or large scale FPGA design. The FPGA based prototyping platforms are superior due to their performance and versatile connectivity. However, challenges of the multi-FPGA design setup requiring complex partitioning, I/O interconnections and mapping multiple clock domains across multiple devices drive many away from this platform. Design partitioning assistant software that can be used with either off-the-shelf or even custom made FPGA boards can significantly reduce the risk and time of the prototype bring-up. Aldec HES-DVM™ Prototyping Platform is here to aid in rapid implementation of fast and reliable FPGA prototypes. Design setup for a large multi-FPGA platform is facilitated with the DVM tool that provides partitioning utilities and can convert ASIC clocks to FPGA-proof structures, automate I/O assignment and control the timing critical paths across the board. We will demonstrate the HES-DVM prototyping flow that can be used with custom or in-house designed boards, even before the FPGA board design is finished. The results of preliminary partitioning can provide invaluable feedback to the board design team and a handful of hints on design-specific board improvements.  Play webinar   
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QEMU Co-emulation with FPGA    
The FPGA or ASIC SoC require a robust pre-silicon hardware/software co-verification platform. Virtual platforms are used successfully as high-speed simulation vehicle but only for standard components like CPU, memory, timers and the like. The challenge emerges when custom IP-core is added to the design. Developing device drivers using HDL simulation is counterproductive and testing operating system and application stack is impossible. Hybrid co-emulation of standard machine virtualizer with FPGA bridges the gap in verification environment. QEMU is a generic and open source machine emulator that supports various computer hardware architectures including Intel x86 and ARM® Cortex® families. It can be connected with the Aldec HES-DVM™ emulation platform to provide a hybrid co-emulation environment for SoC designs. We will demonstrate the latest QEMU Bridge designed to provide connection between CPU subsystem in QEMU and custom hardware IP-Core run in the HES FPGA board and mapped as PCI Express device in QEMU. We will also show how software stack GDB debugger can be used in step-lock mode with the Aldec Hardware Debugger to provide full and deterministic view of the entire SoC.  Play webinar   
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Quick Introduction to SCE-MI   
Adhering to standards is key for reusability. The same applies for emulation infrastructure. Standard Co-Emulation Modeling Interface (SCE-MI) is Accellera's standard for bridging two realms: untimed (HVL, testbench on host) and timed (HDL, design in emulator). SCE-MI offers the flexibility to choose an emulation platform and become vendor independent, critical today when advanced FPGA technology allows for building fast and large capacity emulators at a fraction of the cost. Aldec’s Hardware Emulation Solutions include support for SCE-MI macro and function based interfaces. HES-DVM™ compiles and links SCE-MI infrastructure and automates design setup for custom FPGA prototyping boards. Building a robust verification environment is another challenge that Aldec supports with a library of Verification IPs that include transactors and speed adapters. Aldec provides reliable and reusable SCE-MI Verification IP blocks for standard interfaces like USB, PCIe, Ethernet. Play webinar   
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RISC-V Design and Verification with FPGA Hardware In The Loop   
The RISC-V ISA has opened tremendous opportunities creating a breeze of fresh air in the ARM dominated design houses of embedded SoC projects. We didn’t have to wait long until the first RTL implementations of the RISC-V processor were started (both open source and commercial). Currently there are several open source projects of RISC-V CPU cores. There is however a verification gap between the open source fabless design and the ones that are intended to be taped out. The HDL/RTL simulation that works well for research and open source projects is not sufficient in case of huge investments in chip fabrication where designs must be verified exhaustively. In this webinar we will present how FPGA hardware-assisted verification such as simulation acceleration, emulation and prototyping can be used at different verification stages to bridge the verification gap, increase functional test coverage and enable true hardware-software co-verification of RISC-V cores and SoCs. Play webinar   
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SCE-MI 2 Emulation   
In this video, Application Engineer Henry Chan, goes through the emulation process using Aldec's HES-DVM emulation software. For more information, please visit: HES-DVM is Aldec's premium emulation software for SoC and ASIC designs. It supports the latest verification and language standards including Accellera's Standard Co-Emulation Modeling Interface (SCE-MI), the Universal Verification Methodology (UVM), and SystemVerilog/VHDL.
HES-DVM デモンストレーションビデオ
Six Automated Steps to Design Partitioning for Multi-FPGA Prototyping Boards   
Presently, emulation and FPGA-based prototyping are essential verification and validation techniques for a SoC, ASIC designs and become irreplaceable in pre-silicon verification of Deep Learning Accelerator designs. Challenges of the multi-FPGA design setup like partitioning, multiplexing limited I/O interconnections and mapping multiple clock domains across multiple devices may cause significant delays in prototype bring-up and verification schedule. Design partitioning tool that can be used with either off-the-shelf or custom made FPGA boards will automate the most tedious tasks and so significantly reduce the risk. Aldec provides HES-DVM Proto toolbox with automatic design partitioning for multiple FPGAs including Xilinx Virtex UltraScale XCVU440. In this webinar we will demonstrate how to compile and partition an open source design of Deep Learning Accelerator into 6 FPGAs in 6 steps which are fully automated. Play webinar   
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SoC Emulation in FPGA with ARM Hardware Model   
Smart IoT devices and AI-driven autonomous machines are set to become commonplace in the near-future. Most will incorporate an ARM-based System-on-Chip (SoC) that has both hardware and software components; that should be verified together. Often, software is verified separately from hardware either due to the lack of accurate ARM hardware model or simulation bottleneck. An emulation platform combining reconfigurable FPGA logic with ARM processors bridges the gap. However, while FPGA vendors have mixed-technology platforms, like Xilinx Zynq, they contain insufficient FPGA logic elements to implement contemporary SoC designs. In this webinar we will demonstrate how to connect Xilinx Zynq MPSoC and its ARM Cortex A53/R5 processors with the largest Xilinx UltraScale FPGA. During a live demo, Aldec’s HES-DVM emulation platform will be connected with a TySOM-3 board, and we will show you how to combine ARM cores from Zynq with the rest of the SoC implemented in Ultrascale FPGA utilizing AMBA AXI and MGT based chip-to-chip interconnect. Finally, we will demonstrate the hardware and software debugging capabilities of such a hybrid emulation platform.  Play webinar   
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