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Mark Peters : August 26th 2003 - 14:39 CET
Olympus Select Axis Systems' Design Team Emulation

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OlympusAxis Systems announced that Olympus Optical has acquired Xtreme(R)-II for emulation and hardware/software co-verification to develop the next generation of SoC designs for Olympus digital cameras. Enabled by Axis' patented ReConfigurable Computing technology, Xtreme(R)-II offers a design team solution for simulation, acceleration, and emulation in a single kernel system for system, hardware, software, and verification engineers. Xtreme-II delivers fast runtime performance and the highest capacity, while preserving the native simulation debugging environment. The debugging capabilities, the single-database operation, small form factor, and the ability to map multiple levels of design abstraction are the reason for selecting Axis.
"Based on an extensive evaluation of the RCC-based technology, we expect to see a 50% reduction in the design cycle time from improvements in establishing a new system-level development flow with Axis' emulation solution," said Masao Kuribayashi, general manager of Olympus' SOC Technology Department. "The systems were easy to set up, are easy to use and seamlessly integrate with other third-party tools used by our designers."

"Olympus' choice of Axis stands as a significant endorsement of our products for Design Team Emulation," said Veronica Watson, vice president of worldwide sales for Axis Systems. "Olympus requires the early integration and verification of hardware and software to achieve their aggressive design schedules and high quality standards for their cutting-edge products."




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