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On July 17, 2017, Cadence announced that the Cadence® Functional Safety Verification Solution had been adopted by ROHM CO., Ltd as part of its deisgn flow for ISO 26262-compliant ICs and LSIs for the automotive market. Cadence fault simulation tech can quickly and easily deal with the complexities around many types of faults, including single event transient (SET), stuck-at-0 or 1, dual-point faults, and more. It also outperforms existing DFT flows for safety-related fault effect analysis.
This new technology comes with quoted approval: “We’ve obtained a reliable, robust solution that we can depend upon for our automotive designs,” said Akira Nakamura, LSI Product Development Headquarters, ROHM CO., Ltd.
Cadence’s solution makes the tedious process of ensuring that all components meet functional safety requirements fast and easy via automation, and it supports Cadence’s System Design Enablement plan, which assists system and semiconductor companies like ROHM Co., Ltd to make complete, differentiated end products with unprecedented efficiency.
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