Virtutech to Discuss Multi-Core Debugging at Power Architecture Event

Virtutech, Inc., the leading provider of virtualized software development solutions, will discuss techniques for analyzing and debugging multi-core software using high-fidelity and high-performance SOC and system models at the Power Architecture Developer Conference, the first-ever forum dedicated to providing robust and challenging educational curriculum on Power Architecture technology. Additionally, Virtutech Simics technology will be showcased at pedestal number 507.

In the face of increased complexity introduced by multi-core environments, simulation has established itself as a powerful development and debugging tool that enables developers to unleash the full potential of multi-core technology. Ross Dickson, principal technology specialist for Virtutech, will discuss how high-fidelity and high-performance SOC and system models can be used to reduce risk, improve time-to-market and increase quality of systems that utilize multi-core and multi-processor architectures.

Power Architecture Developer Conference
Monday, September 24, 2007
1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. EDT
Austin Convention Center
Austin, Texas

About Virtutech
Virtutech, Inc. is the leading provider of virtualized software development solutions. Virtutech’s flagship solution Simics models electronic systems with high performance and fidelity, providing a programmer-friendly environment throughout the product development lifecycle. Simics eliminates software developers’ dependence on hardware and drives concurrent hardware and software development, enabling its customers to optimize productivity, experience lower capital expenditure, accelerate time to market, improve the quality of the released product and reduce project risk. Virtutech serves the needs of the world’s leading OEMs in the high-performance computing, aerospace and defense, telecommunications, and networking industries. Their customers include Cisco, Ericsson, Honeywell, IBM and Smiths Aerospace. Virtutech is headquartered in San Jose, Calif.