Denali's PureSpec Verification IP supports AMD64 processor-based Linux Computing PlatformsPALO ALTO, Calif., November 8, 2005
-- Denali Software Inc. today announced the support for the AMD Opteron™ processor and AMD64 architecture. Denali has now deployed its MMAV™ and PureSpec™ verification intellectual property (IP) products with full support for AMD64 processor-based systems running 64-bit Linux.
"As the leader in Verification IP technology, our customers and partners rely on Denali to deliver products for the most advanced design environments" says David Lin, Denali's vice president of product marketing. "Many of our customers are now taping out designs with 50 to 100 million gates. Running PureSpec and MMAV on AMD Opteron processor-based systems provides an advantage to these customers who have demanding requirements in terms of capacity, performance and reliability."
"Denali has a proven record of industry leadership in providing IP solutions for design and verification of complex chips," adds Pat Patla, director, Server/Workstation Marketing, AMD. "By supporting AMD64 technology for its EDA products, Denali is enabling designers to tap the advantages of 64-bit performance needed in today's complex chip design environments."About Denali
Denali Software Inc. is the world's leading provider of Engineering Design Automation (EDA) tools and Intellectual Property (IP) solutions for chip interface design, integration and verification. Its Databahn™ IP products offer fully configurable controllers for Flash, DRAM, and hard disk drives. Dataplex™ is an integrated subsystem of Databahn IP cores that provides optimal dataflow from external memory and storage to system designs. Denali's PureSpec™ and MMAV™ verification IP support all complex interfaces, including DRAM, Flash, PCI Express, ASI, AMBA, USB, Ethernet, CE-ATA, and Serial ATA. Denali's Blueprint product is an ESL product for on-chip register design and management. More than 400 companies worldwide use Denali's tools, technology, and services to design and verify complex chip interfaces for communication, consumer, and computer products. For more information, visit Denali at http://www.denali.com
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