Aug 05

“Practical UVM” – new book now available!

A new book titled “Practical UVM” is now available on Amazon. The author is Srivatsa Vasudevan, Principal Engineer, Synopsys, USA. He is also currently serving as co-chair TPC DV track at DVCon India.With quotes from Janick @Synopsys and Srini @CVC this book is definitely worth a deep look for all UVM enthusiasts. Janick Bergeron:  In this …

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Jul 20

Advanced UVM tutorial (from DVCon US 2016) slides now available

As we promote UVM from basics to advanced user base across the globe, we are glad to share our UVM tutorial slides covering advanced topics. This tutorial was presented at recent DVCon USA 2016 along with Synopsys and others. Referring to the event summary at:  Debugging UVM testbenches can be extremely difficult because errors often …

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Jul 08

Open-source GPU decode block gets open-source Go2UVM Test!

If you are tracking the GPU industry and academia – there is a nice open-source GPU named MIAOW   An abstract architecture of this GPU looks as below: The design seems to be well structured and RTL coded nicely, organized well etc. However, as with many of these open-source hardware models that we find on …

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Jun 19

Go2UVM package 2016.05 now available

With UVM taking center stage in VLSI design verification at large, more and more new users are looking at adopting UVM. While the existing ASIC DV teams are getting more and more sophisticated with their UVM flow, serves as the GO-TO site for advanced use cases, debug flows etc. Specifically we have released 2 …

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Jun 11

Debug UVM factory with these great tips!

We recently wrote an article for Mentor Graphics’s popular Verification Horizons magazine, June 2016 | Volume 12, Issue 2 Universal Verification Methodology (UVM) is the industry standard verification methodology for Verification using SystemVerilog (SV). UVM provides means of doing verification in a well-defined and structured way. It is a culmination of well-known ideas, thoughts and best …

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Jun 09

UVM tit-bit – m_sequencer vs. p_sequencer

Often we see users asking: what are the 2 sequencer pointers – m_sequencer vs. p_sequencer ? Having trained 1000s of engineers in this domain, CVC ( is glad to release attached PDF for free users to appreciate this key feature. So go ahead enjoy reading the same! [wpfilebase tag=file id=11 /]    

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