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KEYWORD: TEST & VERIFICATION, GENERAL INTEREST, SOC & EMBEDDED SYSTEM ARCHITECTURES
EVENT TYPE: PANEL
Verification Necessity: When is Enough Too Much?
Brian Bailey - Semiconductor Engineering, Oceanside, OR
One contributing factor to growing verification complexity is the emergence of new layers of verification requirements that did not exist years ago that are driving the need for new solutions and expertise. Given a complex SoC project’s constraints (i.e., finite resources, finite time, and finite budget) the question remains: How do you construct an efficient, effective, and productive verification flow? When is a proposed verification solution a necessity or nicety?
David Lacey - Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Fort Collins, CO Ashish Darbari - OneSpin Solutions GmbH, Munich, Germany Lauro Rizzatti - Rizzatti LLC, Portland, OR Mike Bartley - Test and Verification Solutions, Bristol, United Kingdom Amol Bhinge - NXP Semiconductors, Austin, TX