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Synopsys Announces New Technology for Optimizing Multicore Systems

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. Feb. 7, 2011

Rene van den Berg

The new Multicore Optimization Technology enables Platform Architect users to create task-driven workload models of the end-product application, known as task-graphs, enabling analysis and optimization of hardware/software partitioning and system performance. After hardware/software partitioning is finalized, architects reuse the same task-graphs and task-driven traffic for SoC-level architecture exploration and IP selection, as well as interconnect and memory subsystem performance optimization. Benefits include optimized multicore system performance, shorter evaluation times and faster time-to-market.

Frank Schirrmeister

Interaction between providers of hardware and software IP, multicore SoCs, chipsets and systems have become increasingly complex. Multicore Optimization Technology for Platform Architect greatly improves the effectiveness and precision of this collaboration by replacing written and verbal specifications with executable performance models of multicore system architectures. These can be easily shared between design chain partners without depending on final software and hardware.

Availability

http://synopsys.com/platformarchitect

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Editorial Contacts:

Sheryl Gulizia

Synopsys, Inc.

650-584-8635

[email protected]

Stephen Brennan

MCA, Inc.

650-968-8900, ext.114

[email protected]

SOURCE Synopsys, Inc.

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