19 June 2017

FPGAworld Conference 2017

Stockholm 19 September and Copenhagen 21 September


The Conference is an international forum for researchers (ACM), engineers, teachers and students/hackers. Complex heterogeneous SW/HW embedded systems, products, education&industrial cases and more based on FPGA technology. FPGAworld sponsor the academic&industrial tracks, lunches, premises, administrations etc. from sponsors and exhibitors.


Meet the InnoFour representatives at FPGA world in our exhibition booth or attend our presentation about Mastering Clock Domain Crossing challenges in FPGA Design by Stefan Bauer - Mentor Graphics:


Mastering Clock Domain Crossing challenges in FPGA Design:

Metastabilty from the intermixing of multiple clock signals is not modeled by simulation. Unless you leverage exhaustive, automated Clock Domain Crossing (CDC) analyses to identify and correct problem areas, you will inevitably suffer unpredictable behavior when you go to the lab or when the FPGA is used in the field. Bottom-line: automated CDC verification solutions are mandatory for multi-clock designs.


We also invite you to attend the presentation about Portable Stimulus Specification by Staffan Berg - Mentor Graphics:


The Next Big Wave in Functional Verification

The upcoming proposed standard for "Portable Stimulus Specification" (PSS) from Accellera will be described. We will show how a single model of stimulus and scenarios can be re-used across different environments such as High-level C models, UVM simulations or even embedded SW, thus providing the verification engineers with a unified way to model interaction with complex SoC's or FPGA's containing CPU cores and embedded SW.




Date Sweden

September 19, 2017



ÅF Frösundaleden 2A , 169 70 Solna
Near the highway E4. Parking: is on the other side of the highway E4, Hagaparken



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Date Denmark

September 21, 2017



DTU (SCION) Building 372 Diplomvej, 2800 Lyngby



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