Valerii Dzhafarov

I am a Verification Engineer and work with complex UVM testbenches. One of my colleagues advised me to try AMIQ’s DVT IDE 3 years ago. I used both a trial license and company license, and since then I am a user of DVT IDE. My main tool now is VSCode with DVT extension.

1) Minimal effort to start + Detailed documentation.
2) Out-of-the-box configuration options for different vendors (including the biggest 3)
3) Fast compilation and elaboration
4) On the fly compilation checking as you type
5) The DVT IDE fully understood correctly the VIPs developed using DPI-C models, with a few rare exceptions.

1) You cannot buy a personal license for yourself, if your company doesn't want or cannot buy a tool.