Doulos, the global leader for the development and delivery of market leading training solutions for SoC, FPGA and ASIC design and verification, has announced a new training course for the SoC design community.
Developed in close co-operation with ARM, ARM SoC Modelling using RealView SoC Designer combines ARM's leading-edge SoC design platform technologies with Doulos' unrivalled expertise to deliver a solution that addresses some of the key challenges of system design.
In just 3 days, this comprehensive hands-on training class enables engineers to simulate an SoC design at very high speed, identify performance bottlenecks and develop transaction level models using ARM's RealView® tools, whilst reducing development times for new systems.
Jointly marketed by Doulos and ARM, the class is ideal for hardware, software, concept engineers and SoC architects, and can be booked direct through local Doulos or ARM offices.
ARM SoC Modelling using RealView SoC Designer is a Doulos Partner Course. Doulos Partner Courses are developed in close co-operation with EDA, IP or seminconductor companies to deliver custom training solutions for mutual customers.
RealView® tools by ARM® provide solutions that span the complete development process from concept to final product deployment. Each member of the RealView portfolio has been developed closely alongside the IP ensuring that it maximizes the IP's performance. Working with ARM RealView tools provides an extensive and cohesive product range that empowers architects and developers alike to confidently deliver optimal products into the marketplace faster than ever before.
For 15 years Doulos has set the industry standard for high quality language and methodology training in SystemC, SystemVerilog, e, PSL, VHDL, Verilog, Perl and Tcl/Tk. A completely independent company, Doulos in-house expertise and world leading know-how has contributed to the success of more than 600 companies across 30 countries. Doulos is a member of the ARM Connected Community and is a specialist ARM Training Centre for central Europe.