The Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI), an independent non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and advancing SystemC(TM) as an industry-standard language for electronic system-level (ESL) design, announces its major DAC 2007 events. Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI) will host a lunch panel on June 4 and the North American SystemC User’s Group will hold their meeting on June 4.
OSCI 6th Annual Technology Symposium and Luncheon
Monday, June 4
Noon – 2pm (Doors open 11:45am)
Room 33A-C, Convention Center
Topic: Virtual Platform and ESL IP Exchange: Real-World Challenges and What’s Expected from OSCI TLM 2.0
Panelists: Gabe Moretti, GabeOnEDA, Moderator; Tauseef Kazi, Qualcomm; Eric P. Lish, Intel Mobility Group; Grant Martin, Tensilica; Nizar Romdhane, ARM.
North American System C User’s Group (NASCUG) Meeting
Monday, June 4
2pm – 6pm
Room 33 ABC, Convention Center
7th group meeting provides forum for users to learn, interact and discuss techniques of design, modeling and verification using SystemC.
Events are sponsored by ARM, Cadence, CoWare, Doulos, ESLX, Forte, Mentor Graphics and Synopsys.
The events will be held in conjunction with DAC 2007 and take place within the San Diego Convention Center.
Worldwide momentum and SystemC adoption is growing. These events demonstrate the strength of the organization and its dedication to providing mechanisms that allow collaboration and information exchange among members of the SystemC community.
REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION
The lunch panel and NASCUG meeting are free to industry professionals and media with pre-registration.
The Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI) is an independent, not-for-profit association composed of a broad range of organizations dedicated to supporting and advancing SystemC as an open industry standard for electronic system-level (ESL) modeling, design and verification. SystemC is a C++ class library that supports design from concept to implementation in hardware and software. The IEEE Standards Association recently approved the standard for the SystemC library as IEEE Std. 1666(TM)-2005. As a result of a partnership between OSCI and the IEEE, the IEEE 1666-2005 Standard SystemC Language Reference Manual (LRM) is now available free of charge on the IEEE website.