Verification Futures, returning to Bangalore on 13th May 2014 promises to be bigger and better than ever before!
In the past three years of Verification Futures we have seen over 70 challenges from more than 20 presenters. This time, there are some exciting presentations lined up on a diverse range of topics like Hybrid Verification, AMS Verification Challenges, Prototyping Challenges and Generic ABCML Channel Scoreboard among others. With speakers from TI, ST, ARM, Microchip, Omniphy and Benu Networks and more than 220 confirmed registrations, the event is already generating a lot of buzz and we are sure you would not want to miss out on this opportunity to acquaint yourself with how top product companies are addressing their verification challenges. The event will be well attended by leading EDA vendors too.
Book now! The conference sold out in 2013 and we had to disappoint those who didn’t register early. Don’t forget that the conference is also available by remote access for those who can’t attend!
From the Verification Futures Archive : Verification Futures, Bangalore, 2013
Verification expert @TVS's insight:
This presentation by John Aynsley, CTO, Doulos highlights the reasons why you should (or in a few cases should not) be adopting UVM right now, and explains how using SystemVerilog with UVM to create your test benches differs from using Verilog or VHDL.
“Verification Futures” is a one day conference organised by T&VS to discuss the challenges facing the industry over the next 5 years. Following the exceptional response to the first Indian edition of the conference in Bangalore last year, T&VS are pleased to announce that we will host the second Verification Futures Conference on 13th May, 2014 in Bangalore, India.
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