Posted by VIP Experts on October 1, 2019
The growing disparity between processor and memory speeds has caused memory bandwidth to become the performance bottleneck for many applications. For example, have you spent sleepless nights looking for ways to identify the performance bottlenecks and root cause them in your Memory Controller/PHY and Subsystem verification project?
If so, Memory VIP performance analysis tools will save you time and energy. It will help you to identify areas like traffic profile, low bandwidth issues, low data transfer rates etc. which you have been struggling with in your design.
Let’s walk through some of the bottlenecks you may have encountered and the solutions available today:
Synopsys’ Memory VIP Performance Analysis solution offers the following features to help reduce bottlenecks in your project:
Synopsys Memory VIP supports the latest ratified and draft specifications from standards organizations such as JEDEC (DDR5, LPDDR5, DFI 5.0, HBM3, GDDR6, and NVDIMM-P/N), ONFi, SD, and SPI and native integrations and optimizations with VCS and Verdi.
The unique, flexible architecture of Synopsys Memory VIP makes it possible to be easily plugged in to any Verilog/SV/UVM/VMM based test bench setup. For more information visit, https://www.synopsys.com/verification/verification-ip/memory.html
Synopsys supports over 90+ Industry Leading Verification IP and source code Test Suites for protocols such as Arm® AMBA®, DRAM Memory (DDR5, LPDDR5), Flash Memory, Ethernet (400G), MIPI, PCIe (5.0), SAS, SATA, USB (4.0/3.x, Type-C). For a complete list of Verification IP and Test Suites, visit www.synopsys.com/vip.
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