出展者詳細 PHYSWARE INC
Physware is a provider of high-speed innovative 3D fullwave solutions that enable broadband verification and design across the chip-package-board ecosystems. Physware's solutions allow design and verification of entire chip-package-board systems for Signal Integrity, Power Integrity, Switching Noise Integrity and Integrity to Electromagnetic Interference. Today, Physware helps customers solve their SI, PI, SNI and EMI challenges in a variety of design areas including microprocessors, FPGAs, memory, wireless RF systems, analog systems, and high-speed serial and parallel channels.
Physware has introduced two products aimed at large-scale, Maxwell-accurate simulation of systems-in-package from chip through package and board to system. Both products use Physware's patented fast Maxwell equation solver technology that ensures rapid near-linear scaling of memory and time with problem size, and also use fine-grained multicore parallelization for additional speedup. PhysWAVE enables S-parameter extraction for signal integrity and power integrity of complete multiport systems or selected substructures and also enables EMI prediction at unprecedented scale and speed. PhysAPEX creates high-accuracy Spice-compatible RLC models in rapid times for signal and power integrity applications. PhysWAVE and PhysAPEX are an essential part of a designer's tool set for system-on-chip and system-in-package designs and compatible with many existing design and simulation flows.
|1月28日(木)||時間：10:30 〜 11:15
3D Full-wave Package-Board Simulation for SSN-SSO applications
Prof. Vikram Jandhyala
|The design of consumer devices, such as system LSI with multi giga-bit memory interfaces like DDR3/DDR4, aggressively aims at low cost and high performance. The resulting package-board design strategy yields non-ideal ground planes which result in signal-signal and signal-power coupling. A 3D full-wave analysis of the combined signal-power geometry is required for a rigorous characterization. This session describes the challenges as seen from a simulation and design perspective and explains how Physware's PhysWAVE and PhysAPEX exploits cutting-edge solver technology and hybrid parallelism techniques to address the simulation requirements.|
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