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Title: Partitioning Design for Custom or In-house Designed Multi-FPGA Board

Description: Presently, emulation and prototyping are essential verification and validation techniques for a SoC, ASIC, ASSP or large scale FPGA design. The FPGA based prototyping platforms are superior due to their performance and versatile connectivity. However, challenges of the multi-FPGA design setup requiring complex partitioning, I/O interconnections and mapping multiple clock domains across multiple devices drive many away from this platform. Design partitioning assistant software that can be used with either off-the-shelf or even custom made FPGA boards can significantly reduce the risk and time of the prototype bring-up. Aldec HES-DVM™ Prototyping Platform is here to aid in rapid implementation of fast and reliable FPGA prototypes. Design setup for a large multi-FPGA platform is facilitated with the DVM tool that provides partitioning utilities and can convert ASIC clocks to FPGA-proof structures, automate I/O assignment and control the timing critical paths across the board. We will demonstrate the HES-DVM prototyping flow that can be used with custom or in-house designed boards, even before the FPGA board design is finished. The results of preliminary partitioning can provide invaluable feedback to the board design team and a handful of hints on design-specific board improvements.

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