SANTA CLARA, Calif. (PRWEB) March 15, 2018
Blue Pearl Software, Inc., a leading provider of design automation software for ASIC, FPGA and IP RTL verification, today announced Visual Verification Suite Starter Edition. The free Starter Edition is ideal for those new to advanced RTL linting and clock domain crossing analysis as well as for experienced verification engineers looking to explore alternate solutions.
“The Visual Verification Suite Starter Edition is a time and feature limited version of the suite, but packs all the power needed to verify a typical FPGA design,” said Ellis Smith, Blue Pearl Software, President and CEO. “The Starter Edition provides the Suite’s Analyze™ RTL static and formal verification, Clock Domain Analysis, Management Dashboard, and integrated debugging environment along with the Blue Pearl Design Methodology and training videos. Everything RTL designers and verification engineers need to get started.”
Blue Pearl’s Visual Verification Suite provides an advanced integrated RTL debugging, constraint generation and clock domain crossing analysis and debug environment, so that designers can verify as they code. With the suite, RTL developers produce the highest level of quality code, in the least amount of time. It is proven to help avoid costly and time-consuming design re-spins due to simulation vs. hardware mismatches, structural issues, invalid constraints and metastability issues.
Get Started Today
- Try out the new Visual Verification Suite Starter Edition
- Read the Blue Pearl Verification Methodology Guide
- Read more about the Visual Verification Suite
About Blue Pearl Software
Blue Pearl Software, Inc. is a leading provider of DO-254 compatible design automation software for ASIC, FPGA and IP RTL verification. Our customers are RTL managers and developers, in military, aerospace, semiconductor, medical, communications and safety critical design companies, who wish to avoid costly and time-consuming design spins due to simulation / HW mismatches, invalid constraints and clocking issues. The Visual Verification Suite is designed, tested and supported in the United States of America.