UVM 1.2 is Here!
A new version of the class reference document UVM 1.2 for SoC verification is available. UVM 1.2 improves interoperability and reduces the cost of IP development and reuse for each new project. New features include enhanced messaging and improvements to the register layer. UVM 1.2 and its reference implementation are available for download. The implementation includes detailed release notes and script to help users upgrade, as some new features introduce backward incompatibility. UVM 1.2 is entering a review period ending October 1. Users are encouraged to participate using the UVM 1.2 Public Review Forum. UVM has an active user community. The LinkedIn group tops 5,000 members. A technical tutorial from the 2014 Design and Verification Conference is available. Taught by industry experts, the five-part tutorial includes an introduction to UVM 1.2 and in-depth user examples. Find out more about UVM 1.2 in our press release. >> read more
Yatin Trivedi Receives 2014 Accellera Leadership Award
Yatin Trivedi, treasurer and Accellera board member, has received the 2014 Accellera Leadership Award in recognition of his leadership, organizational and financial vision, and service to the standards industry. Yatin was presented the award at the annual Accellera Breakfast at DAC. The 2014 Accellera Leadership Award is given to an individual who has provided active leadership and contributed significantly in the vision of EDA and IP standards development activities and the governance of Accellera Systems Initiative (and/or its precedent organizations). Read the press release and find out more about Yatin's contibutions to the industry.
New SystemC Core and Verification Libraries
Two new libraries have been released for the SystemC core language (SystemC 2.3.1) and SystemC verification (SCV 2.0). SystemC 2.3.1 incorporates over 200 individual changes addressing issues and errata reported during the past 18 months. SCV 2.0 contains an implementation of the verification extensions for SystemC and improves code quality and extends platform and compiler support. For the first time, the libraries now support native 64-bit compilers on Microsoft Windows platforms. The new libraries are available under open source license free of charge here.
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Other News From the Industry
Accellera & IEEE-SA: A Case Study for Open Collaboration Success
-- By Yatin Trivedi
At the end of last year, in a blog post titled Peace, Love and OpenStand, I talked about the first principle of OpenStand: respectful cooperation among standards organizations. In this post, I will provide a more specific example of the ongoing, successful collaboration between two specific standards organizations, which demonstrates the first Open Stand principle in action. This example comes from the industry I love the most – Electronic Design Automation (EDA). Read more >
Social Media, Standards & You
-- By Karen Bartleson and Sydney Burns
A critical part of maintaining a well-rounded education includes employing self-education techniques. Though there is an array of content circulating the web concerning engineering and standards, below you will find some hidden gems to add to your collection of self-education materials. By being involved in the current conversations on these sites, you can become an active member of the community. Read more >
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