Avoid Silicon Respins with Netlist CDC Verification (Part 2)

Date: November 29, 2018 Time: 10:00 AM PST

Part 1 of this webinar series covered the traditional approach where engineers use existing implementation and analysis tools with custom scripting and manual filtering to do basic checks for CDC verification at the netlist level and why this approach is not scalable. We discussed how this problem manifests into silicon and the recommended solution for netlist level Clock Domain Crossing (CDC) signoff.

In Part 2, we will cover the Netlist CDC flow compatible with Static Timing Analysis (STA) and also show a brief demo on the tool capabilities. We will cover a few sample violations and also highlight the debug and reporting capabilities of the tool.


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Tanveer Singh
Application Engineer, Sr. Staff, Verification Group
Synopsys
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Sean O’Donohue
Principal Applications Engineer, Verification Group
Synopsys

Tanveer Singh is a Senior Application Engineer working on CDC verification, constraints verification, and exception verification. Singh has been with synopsys since 2005. He is driving next generation tools and flows in several areas like Advanced CDC verification, exception verification, and hybrid verification flows for static verification, as well as working on defining next-level features in current Synopsys tools in the static verification domain. Prior to Synopsys, Singh was at Texas Instruments where he lead the Netlist simulation flow and verification.

Sean O’Donohue is a principal application engineer at Synopsys, responsible for static and formal technologies. Prior to joining Synopsys, Sean was a corporate application engineer at Atrenta and a technical marketing lead at Springsoft. He holds a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from Cal Poly Pomona.
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