Lowell, MA. May 14, 2013:
Agnisys today announced a free copy of its Executable Design Specification Tool – IDesignSpec[TM] as well as Executable Verification Specification Tool – IVerifySpec[TM]. After meeting with several UVM/OVM users Anupam Bakshi, CEO at Agnisys Inc. saw the need for an Executable Specification Tool that will enable them to quickly use the UVM/OVM based verification flow. To fill that gap he announced a free version of the tools that can help in automatic verification. To avail this offer, DAC attendees need to visit Agnisys booth # 1543.
Anupam added that it is highly error prone and tedious to create UVM/OVM Registers and Sequence models by hand. With IDesignSpec™ one can simply create the executable specifications in Word, Excel or plain text. Then press a button or enter a command to get any output including UVM/OVM.
enables Architects and Development teams alike to create an executable design specification and generate all types of downstream code from that single specification, such as UVM/OVM Register Model, UVM/OVM Sequences, Verilog/VHDL Synthesizable RTL, C/C++ Headers, System C models, IP-XACT and System RDL models, Documentation and much more. IDesignSpec™ can handle complex Register types and structures. Its versatile TCL API can generate any customized output. The batch version of the tool runs on Linux and Windows and automatically generates outputs from Word or Excel files.
is the tool for creating Executable Specifications for Verification. It enables verification & design team to collaborate and create an executable verification plan. It fits in any verification environment, from any vendor & helps in early identification of verification holes with its sophisticated data collation, aggregation and visualization features.
About Agnisys Inc.
Agnisys is a pioneer in delivering innovative tools to make your Design Verification team more efficient. Agnisys specializes in creating tools for Executable Specifications. Agnisys has been in the EDA tool industry for more than half a decade and its tools have been trusted by hundreds of users in various companies such as NASA-JPL, Raytheon, Seakr, Exelis, Mercury Computers, Allegro Microsystems, John Deere, Inphi, Amazon Lab 126, Conexant, Intrinsix, Wipro, Compound Photonics, Discretix, Leica GeoSystems, ICRON, Violin Memory, STEC Inc., Volcano Corp, & Mentor Graphics and many more.
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