Posted by VIP Experts on February 17, 2021
Join us March 1- 4 at DVCon US 2021, to learn how we help customers optimize chips for power, performance, and cost and cut months off their project schedules.
We have a variety of activities taking place at this year’s virtual conference. We have worked hard to bring together customers, partners, and product experts to talk about the latest innovations, techniques, and methodologies in verification technology. We are seeing first-hand how advancements in verification are impacting your design projects and how devices are in turn impacting our day-to-day lives.
This year, Synopsys presentations will have a special focus on technology trends and case studies from product specialists starting with our short sessions, available during the networking hours on Tuesday and Wednesday; followed by a joint hands-on tutorial on Thursday with AWS.
To attend the Synopsys and Amazon Web Services joint tutorial on Thursday, March 4th, be sure to register for DVCon US today!
In this tutorial, architects from AWS and verification experts from Synopsys, will discuss challenges and demonstrate a complete verification environment on the AWS. This hands-on tutorial will include all the components essential to develop, compile, run and debug simulations in a cloud environment optimized for verification workloads. We will demonstrate how customers can easily deploy the Synopsys Verification Continuum® platform on AWS, making it easy to select the compute architecture of their choice, such as AMD EPYC, Arm®-based AWS Graviton2, or Intel Xeon processors.
Read the recent press release on this topic here to know more before joining the tutorial.
We hope you’ll visit our virtual booth, attend our sessions and tutorial, and enjoy the event.
A global team of protocol experts that share their insights and technical expertise in the areas of Automotive, DRAM and Flash Memories, Storage, Display, MIPI, AMBA, Ethernet, PCIe, USB and many other bus and interface protocols. This comprehensive team participates in standards committees and will provide the latest information and updates as it relates to your future design considerations.