So your team just specified its first design with power management circuits. The designers are telling you, its just a few power shut-off domains defined by CPF or UPF. The verification should be easy-peasy right? Wrong. Each domain has complete controls, isolation, and retention. As a verification engineer, you know that any test could trigger a power change either intentionally or in error. How do you build your environment to verify this first low-power project?
Mickey Rodriguez, Cadence low-power verification product engineer has answers for you. In a webinar on Tuesday October 16 at 9:00 am PDT, Mickey will lead a technical discussion entitled "5 Steps to Your First Power Shutoff (PSO) Verification". The discussion will cover these key topics and utilize the low-power reference implementation in the Incisive Verification Kit provided within with the Incisive Enterprise Simulator:
So if you are a digital IP designer intersted in knowing how your PSO circuit will be verified, a verification engineer responsible for that verification, or a project manager trying to balance project risk and tighten power-budget requirements, this webinar is for you!
You can sign-up for the webinar here: http://www.cadence.com/cadence/events/Pages/eventseries.aspx?series=Functional%20Verification%20Webinar%20Series%202012&CMP=Home
=Adam "The Jouler" Sherer, Incisive Product Marketing Director