Hybrid Emulation
Hybrid emulation is performed where some parts of the system run in the emulator and other parts run in a virtual prototyping. As a byword for early and fast, the technique will be a great assistant to enable early architecture optimization and software development, as well as higher performance for software-driven register-transfer level (RTL) verification. HyperSilicon provides Hybrid Emulation solutions by combining Qemu tool – the open source virtual prototyping and Semu emulator, and it has been tested to perform well in completing the task of hybrid verification of virtual prototype hardware and embedded software. It provides a more actual and real-time run environment for early architecture optimization, co-development of embedded software and higher performance for RTL emulation, which effectively accelerates the progress of IC design in various fields and the launching of new generation of products.

Key Features

Based on Qemu tool and Semu® emulator.
Provide a virtual environment, which can verify pre-silicon hardware and embedded software at the same time.
Support common bus interfaces such as AMBA to complete software and hardware interaction.
Support GPIO and other interrupts

Main Uses

Early Architecture Optimization
Early Software Development
Actual Hardware Verification
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