Released on June 23rd, 2021.
IEEE 1801 (aka UPF) is an evolving standard and IEEE1801-2018 UPF 3.1 is a major milestone in the development of this standard. Increases in design complexity and demand for energy efficient electronic systems has driven the need for sophisticated power management architectures and this in turn has driven the industry to keep up the pace with the evolution of IEEE 1801 standard for modeling power intent. This release of IEEE1801-2018 (UPF 3.1) adds several new capabilities and improves the clarity of existing capabilities while maintaining some level of backward compatibility between previous versions.
In this webinar, we shall explore some of the new syntax and semantic capabilities and clarifications introduced in IEEE1801-2018 (UPF 3.1), typical use cases that prompted the addition or change and highlight any semantic differences with previous versions of the standard where applicable. Examples shall be used to illustrate the concepts and help Engineers answer questions such as "what parts of UPF 3.1 are relevant for my design and verification flow?"
We will conclude with Questasim and Visualizer support for UPF 3.1 and how to enable this support in these tools.
What You Will Learn:
- Latest UPF 3.1 capabilities including new syntax and semantics
- Typical Use cases where these capabilities can be applied
- Questasim and Visualizer UPF 3.1 support and tool flows
Who Should Attend:
- Design & Verification Engineers & Managers and those interested in Low Power Verification and UPF 3.1