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CircuitSutra Launches Synthesizable Model of ARM® AMBA® AXI(TM) to Cut Development Time of Chips for Mobile Devices

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Press release date: January 30, 2014

High Level Synthesis – Quick Start Package (HLS-QSP) from CircuitSutra

Noida, India - CircuitSutra Technologies, an ESL design IP & Services company, announced that it will showcase its synthesizable modeling IP for ARM® AMBA® AXI™ at the upcoming conference IESA Vision Summit, 3rd Feb in Bangalore. CircuitSutra developed this model in collaboration with Forte Design Systems, and it is compatible with Forte's Cynthesizer™ SystemC high-level synthesis (HLS) tool. The model is part of the High Level Synthesis – Quick Start Package (HLS-QSP) from CircuitSutra.

"High Level Synthesis (HLS) is an important part of ESL methodology for the design and verification of System on Chips (SoC)," said Umesh Sisodia, CEO at CircuitSutra. "As the industry is adopting new methodologies, the modeling IP is becoming as important as semiconductor design and verification IP. HLS-QSP from CircuitSutra helps the customers to quickly get started with the HLS based design flow, and achieve significant productivity gain."

About HLS-QSP

High Level Synthesis – Quick Start Package (HLS-QSP) is a library of basic models and modelling infrastructure developed using SystemC Synthesizable Subset, that can be used to quick start SoC design at higher abstraction level using high-level synthesis (HLS) methodology. Synthesizable model of AXI4 bus is part of the HLS-QSP. It is an off the shelf re-usable model that can be used by the hardware designers for developing the AXI compliant IP blocks.

CircuitSutra also provides VP-QSP, the quick start package for virtual prototyping.

Find out more information at: http://www.circuitsutra.com/systemc_ip.php.

About CircuitSutra
CircuitSutra is an Electronics System Level (ESL) design IP and services company which specializes in SystemC modeling of Semiconductor SoC and Electronics Systems. Its core competencies include Virtual Prototype development, High Level Synthesis, Architectural Exploration and Embedded software development using Virtual Prototypes. CircuitSutra develops standards based SystemC models and modeling infrastructure that can integrate with any ESL tool.  

CircuitSutra mission is to act as the catalyst in ESL ecosystem and enable the Industry to adopt the latest methodologies for the design and verification of SoC & Electronics Systems. Adopting the latest ESL methodologies enables the customers to reduce Cost & Time to Market for their products and design the products better Optimized for Power, Performance & Area. 

Headquartered in Noida (India), CircuitSutra has development centres in Noida and Bangalore. For more information, see www.circuitsutra.com.

CircuitSutra acknowledges trademarks or registered trademarks of other organizations for their respective products and services.

CircuitSutra Media contact:
India H.Q: Umesh Sisodia, usisodia@circuitsutra.com
Japan:  Yukihiro Tsutsui, yukihiro-tsutsui@revsonic.com


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