October 7th, 2021

Delivering Three Key Aspects of IP Quality

There are three main requirements to IP quality. The most obvious is functional correctness, another is IP robustness, and last but not least, IP maintainability. AMIQ EDA has products that help you meet such requirements.

September 13th, 2021

Continuous Integration of UVM Testbenches

The concept is simple: all code changes from all developers are merged back into the main development stream frequently, perhaps as often as every few hours. AMIQ EDA has been running CI checks on the Github repository of the UVM reference implementation for years.

June 30th, 2021

What’s New with UVM and UVM Checking?

The level of checking that Verissimo provides helps IEEE create a better reference implementation library and helps users switching versions. Verification engineers clearly see the value in being able to check whether existing testbenches will work with the latest revision to the standard.

June 22nd, 2021

11 Myths About Integrated Development Environments

IDEs were introduced to improve the efficiency and accuracy of writing and maintaining code, providing easier file navigation, hierarchical views of the project codebase, etc. However, myths have arisen about IDEs, and this article looks to clear the air.

March 29th, 2021

Why Would Anyone Perform Non-Standard Language Checks?

Relying on non-standard constructs can trap users with one vendor and make it expensive to switch to another.

December 21st, 2020

Does IDE Stand for Integrated Design Environment?

Examples of design visualization include the connections of a signal or instance, or connections between instances

December 10th, 2020

e language users deserve IDE support too

e has unique capabilities that keep it in active use, and IDE features for other languages are also available for e

September 25th, 2020

Extract benefit from the automated refactoring of VHDL code

VHDL users benefit greatly from DVT Eclipse IDE, with its deep insight into the language and its easy-to-use GUI

September 25th, 2020

Don’t You Forget About “e”

DVT Eclipse IDE compiles e code on the fly as it is typed in, reporting a wide range of syntactic and semantic errors

August 12th, 2020

How IDEs Enable the ‘shift left’ for VHDL

Checking VHDL coding errors on the fly and offering quick fix proposals is a shift left in the development process