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Renesas Electronics Achieves 4X Faster Performance with Synopsys’ HAPS® FPGA-Based Prototyping Solution

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. July 18, 2011

Highlights:

  • Renesas Electronics EDA teams adopt Synopsys’ HAPS-64 FPGA-based prototyping systems for their FPGA prototyping environment.
  • The HAPS-64 system enables higher productivity resulting in time savings and high quality of results over their previous FPGA prototyping environment.
  • Synopsys’ Universal Multi-Resource Bus (UMRBus) enables Renesas Electronics to concurrently utilize virtual (transaction-level simulation-based) and FPGA-based prototyping for advanced system & software development, debug and validation.

FPGA-based prototyping systems Universal Multi-Resource Bus

Kazunori Goto

In addition to achieving faster performance for their hybrid prototyping environment, the HAPS system’s modularity enables the team to easily scale to support both small and large system designs for future projects as well as the current one. The UMRBus provided Renesas Electronics with a well-defined standard and efficient communication channel between the host machine’s virtual environment and the HAPS hardware prototyping system that was easy to implement. Overall, the team achieved higher quality of results over their previous FPGA prototyping environment.

John Koeter

FPGA-based prototyping solution HAPS Synplify Certify Identify

http://www.synopsys.com/FPGA-based-prototyping FPGA-Based Prototyping Methodology Manual http://www.synopsys.com/FPMM

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Editorial Contacts:

Sheryl Gulizia

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Stephen Brennan

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SOURCE Synopsys, Inc.

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