14 July 2013

Non-invasive Software Verification using Vista Virtual Platforms


by Alex Rozenman, Vladimir Pilko, and Nilay Mitash, Mentor Graphics
With the SoCs now supporting Multi-Core processors, complex ASICs and combinations that include systems on a board, SoC implementations now become an ever growing challenge for software development. Software development has to be supported not only by the inclusion of an RTOS, but, many SoC providers now have to leverage upon the Bare-Metal concept to achieve the necessary demands of today's SoCs. However, there still exists a huge chasm in the software development arena that addresses both the need to be able to verify not only the sw/hw interactions, but, also the software itself in a hardware context. This has become almost a necessity in today's "security" based systems marketplace....
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