OneSpin Addresses the Challenges of RISC-V Verification through Series of Speaking Engagements, Workshop, and Tutorials
Series designed to help developers and integrators effectively verify RISC-V integrity: functional correctness, safety, security, and trust
MUNICH, GERMANY –– September 16, 2019 –– OneSpin® Solutions, provider of certified IC integrity verification solutions for building functionally correct, safe, secure, and trusted integrated circuits, today announced several technical speaking public engagements focused on the verification of RISC-V processor cores. The series of presentations, workshops, and tutorials educate developers and integrators of RISC-V processor cores on how to properly addressthe challenges associated with verifying these cores and meeting ISA compliance.
OneSpin will present at the following events kicking off September 16 through October 29, 2019:
RISC-V EMEA Roadshow
Tel Aviv, Israel – September 16
Munich, Germany – September 18
London, UK – September 26
Verifying the Full Scope of RISC-V Integrity
This talk presents a verification flow covering the full scope of integrity for RISC-V cores and SoCs, spanning functional correctness, safety, security, and trust. It is essential for RISC-V core developers, engineers evaluating cores for possible use, and SoC teams integrating RISC-V cores from internal or external sources.
Bangalore, India – September 25
Effective Verification of RISC-V Cores and SoCs
This workshop provides guidance for RISC-V core vendors who need to verify their IP, developers of cores for internal consumption, engineers evaluating cores for possible use, and SoC teams integrating RISC-V cores from internal or external sources. Topics include formal verification of the ISA, detection of Trojans and malicious logic, and detection of hardware security holes.
RISC-V Week in Paris
Paris, France – October 2
Complete Formal Verification of RISC-V Cores for Trojan-Free Trusted ICs
RISC-V processor IPs are increasingly being integrated into system-on-chip designs for high-integrity, trusted applications. This presentation examines an efficient, novel, formal-based RISC-V verification methodology that detects both hardware Trojans and genuine functional errors present in the RTL code. The solution is demonstrated on an open-source RISC-V implementation using a commercially available formal tool.
Munich, Germany – October 29
RISC-V Integrity: A Guide for Developers and Integrators
The tutorial covers the complete scope of RISC-V core and SoC integrity: functional correctness (compliance to the ISA), safety, security, and trust. It includes examples of actual bugs found in open-source implementations of RISC-V cores and RISC-V-based SoCs.
For more information on how OneSpin can help with RISC-V verification, download the white paper ”Assuring the Integrity of RISC-V Cores and SoCs.”
About OneSpin Solutions
OneSpin Solutionsis a leading provider of certified IC integrity verification solutions for building functionally correct, safe, secure, and trusted integrated circuits. These solutions are based on OneSpin's widely used formal verification technology and assure the integrity of SoCs, ASICs and FPGAs. Headquartered in Munich, Germany, OneSpin partners with leaders worldwide in automotive and industrial applications; defense; avionics; artificial intelligence and machine learning; consumer electronics; and communications. Its advanced solutions are well-suited for developing heterogeneous computing platforms, using programmable logic, and designing and integrating processor cores, such as RISC-V. OneSpin's customer-oriented commitment is fundamental to its growth and success. OneSpin: Assuring IC Integrity. Visit www.OneSpin.comto learn more.
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