Primarius will host a webinar titled ‘Circuit Simulator Offering 2X/3X Faster than FastSPICE on Full Chip Simulation’

2020-9-29
Date: October 08, 10:00 AM -11:00 AM PDT
Place: Visit Primarius at virtual booth

On Thursday, Oct. 8, 10:00 AM -11:00 AM PDT, Primarius, together with SemiWiki, will host a webinar on Primarius’ NanoSpice simulator family. The title will be ‘Circuit Simulator Offering 2X/3X Faster than FastSPICE on Full Chip Simulation’.

Typical applications for SPICE simulators include analog, small and middle size digital and memory blocks, whereas FastSPICE simulators targets larger blocks or full chip simulations including memory circuits, SoCs. SPICE is very accurate but cannot handle large designs and simulation time can be extensive. While FastSPICE can reduce simulation times dramatically, it cannot meet the increasing accuracy requirements expected of SPICE.

In this webinar we will discuss three new circuit simulators. The first is a pure parallel Spice simulator with higher capability and faster speed than other Spice simulators. The second is Giga-Scale Spice that can deliver faster speed than FastSpice for applications that requires Spice level accuracy, for example, power analysis, leakage current simulation, accurate timing. The third simulator is a combination of Spice and FastSpice with an Adaptive Dual-Simulation Engine (ADSE) that delivers faster speed than traditional FastSpice for timing and functional verification targeting full-chip memory and SOC design. All three simulators have superior memory efficiency and high scalability with many cores. All three are foundry proven and are ready to run on most all models on the market.

 

Some quick facts:

Topic: Circuit Simulator Offering 2X/3X Faster than FastSPICE on Full Chip Simulation

Date/time: Thursday, Oct. 8, 10:00 AM -11:00 AM PDT

Registration: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6342609100675894029?source=Primarius

 

Join us Oct.8 at 10:00 AM PDT for an hour. Chances are good that you will learn some valuable technical information.