Freiburg, Germany - June 15, 2017 - Concept Engineering, leaders in visualization and debugging technology for electronic circuits and systems, will unveil version 6.7 to the company′s popular Vision platform at the Design Automation Conference (DAC) in Austin, Texas, in June 2017.
The new features in version 6.7 of Concept Engineering′s Vision Debugging platform, improves the exploration and debug of Verilog AMS designs, makes RTL design and debug faster and more efficient and improves SPICE-level debugging, among other new functions. Concept Engineering representatives will demonstrate the new features at the upcoming Design Automation Conference (DAC) to designers of analog, digital, mixed-signal circuits and systems-on-chip (SoCs).
Concept Engineering′s Vision Debugging platform consists of three individual tools for specific design styles and abstraction levels:
The three individual tools are complemented by Concept Engineering′s flagship tool StarVision® PRO, which combines the individual debugging features of all Vision tools into one customizable mixed-signal and mixed-language platform with powerful debugging and flow automation capabilities for the design of complex SoCs, ASICs, IoT devices or mixed-signal silicon chips.
"With version 6.7, we continue to improve our Vision product family and help our customers to find bugs earlier and faster," said Gerhard Angst, president and CEO of Concept Engineering. "We are proud to deliver significant improvements for mixed-signal designers and provide RTL design engineers with smarter RTL exploration and improved RTL debugging capabilities."
Notable Enhancements for Mixed-Signal Design/Debugging
Notable Enhancements for RTL Design/Debugging
Notable Enhancements for SPICE-level Design/Debugging
Notable Enhancements for design flow automation
StarVision® PRO provides analog, digital and mixed-signal debugging capabilities, customizable design rule checks and automated netlist pruning.
RTLvision® PRO is used for RTL debugging and intellectual property (IP) development.
Designer use GateVision® PRO for advanced netlist debugging of complex SoC netlists.
SpiceVision® PRO provides advanced exploration and debugging features for transistor-level and post-layout netlists. SpiceVision PRO's unique SPICE netlist visualization capabilities help engineers to analyze SPICE simulation results and allow easy location of circuit problems at the device level.
The company′s updated Vision product family and its software components Nlview, T-Engine and S-Engine for EDA tool developers, will be demonstrated in the Concept Engineering booth (#1028) at DAC 2017 being held at the Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas, June 19-21, 2017.
The version 6.7 Vision tools will be available shortly after DAC to download from the company′s website.
About Concept Engineering
Concept Engineering is a privately-held company based in Freiburg, Germany, that provides visualization and debugging technology for electronic circuits and systems, including automatic schematic generation technology for all major design levels. The company′s technology helps electronic design engineers to easily understand, debug, optimize and document electronic designs. Concept Engineering′s software technology is used in many fields in the EDA market, including: RTL development, IP reuse, ASIC and SoC design, FPGA design, analog/mixed-signal design, logic synthesis, design verification, test automation, post-layout analysis, debugging and visualization at system level, RTL level, netlist level and transistor level.
SpiceVision PRO, GateVision PRO, RTLvision PRO, and StarVision PRO are registered trademarks and Nlview, NlviewJS, T-engine and S-engine are trademarks of Concept Engineering GmbH in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
Gerhard Angst, +49-761-47094-0,
Cayenne Communication LLC for Concept Engineering
Michelle Clancy, +1-415-682-4552, email@example.com