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VERPLEX SHIPS FULL-CHIP FORMAL RTL DESIGN VERIFICATION TOOL THAT CUTS LEARNING CURVE.

Verplex(TM) Systems, Inc., known for its formal verification software, has unveiled BlackTie(TM) functional checker, a full-chip, multi-million gate capacity tool that accelerates the verification of system-on-a-chip (SOC) designs.

BlackTie was designed to be easy to use, eliminating the learning curve normally associated with formal register transfer level (RTL) design verification technology. It provides a means for exhaustive verification early in the design cycle when changes are easily fixed and less costly, and offers designers full-chip speed and capacity. In a recent customer engagement, for example, it verified more than 300,000 functional properties of a 2.7 million gate design in approximately 20 minutes using a standard Unix workstation.
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Publication:EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Nov 27, 2000
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