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    • Overview• Who we are• PPDL- base SoC development• HW experience• SW experience• Partners
    • REDA: Who we are Founded in March 2007… … but core team was founded in 2005. Core team – 6 persons  3 – hardware experts, 3 – software expertsHardware development:  Analog, digital and mixed-signal IC’s development  Front-end and back-end development (from specification until layout) Experience in different technologies:  180 nm CMOS  180 nm CMOS + EEPROM  90 nm CMOS + EEPROMEmbedded and system software development:  OS kerneldriver development and testing  Source code optimization for embedded platform  Tool chain (assembler, simulator, debugger) development
    • PPDL- base SoC development
    • REDA: Key service• Our service: – Develop a processor core, co-processor or configurable accelerator – Full set of HWSW: simulator, synthesizable Verilog, assembler, linker, algorithms implementations (for co- processor), compiler back-end, binary translators• Our main advance: PPDL – Is high level architecture description language – Accelerate IP development 3-5 times – Accelerate IP modification 7-15 times – We transfer PPDL license with IP blocks. – You can implement “secret features” of IP yourself, we will do only the “common” work.• Other advances – See “Hardware experience”
    • PPDL: features and evolution• Key features – One description – several implementations• Automatically generated from PPDL: – Synthesizable verilog – Software simulator: • C++ or SystemC • Integrated with Sniper (distributed simulator for simulation on clusters) • Integrated with GDB or other debuggers – Coming soon • JIT binary translator (up to 30 MHZ for cycle-accurate model of ARM-like cores) • Test suit generator • Compiler back-end.• PPDL as a service – We can provide any generator (XML,CC++). – We can provide any language extensions – We can provide integration with existent infrastructure.• PPDL 2.0 (expected: 06.2013) – SIMD as core’s parameter – VLIW as core’s parameter – Hardware multithreading as parameter
    • PPDL: Language constructions• Registers – Reg r[16],32,"r[$]"; • // array of 16 32-bits registers assembly name "r[$]“, ex: “r[1]” – Reg FR,16; // 16-bit register• Flags – Flag N,FR[0]; // Flag N is bit 0 of FR• Memory address spaces (buses) – MemSpace data,32,32; // address bus – 32, data bus – 32;• Lists of arguments – ArgList clst,{"N","Z","C,"O"}; – ArgList RSums,{"r1 + r2","r3 + r4","r5 + r6"}, {r1+r2, r3+r4,r5+r6};
    • PPDL: language constructions• Instruction INST "SETF $cidx $sreg",(32,4,cidx=clst,4,sreg=r,24,0xFFFFFF) { { // decode stage sreg.check; // check that the register is not locked } pa { // pipeline stage pa tmp = sreg&; } pb { FR = tmp & (1<<cidx); } }
    • PPDL: service details• What you became with PPDL: – Hardware model with requested characteristics (size, frequency, power consumption) – Software simulator or JIT compiler – Assemblerlinker, optionally compiler back-end. – Single PPDL description, from which the all above-mentioned components are generated automatically!!! – Sufficient test suit – PPDL license – 1 year support• With this approach you will can: – Adopt the model for your need within a couple of days. – Easy configure PPDL models for applications needs – Split you task into “common” and “secret” parts, delegate common part to us and concentrate into “secret” parts. – Be flexible with your IPs !!!
    • HW-experience
    • Projects: System–on–chipIC series for usage in protected identification (ID) systems• 8/16/32-bit microcontrollers• Contactless interface corresponding to ISO 14443-2,3,4 type A/B• Contact interface acc. ISO 7816• ROM: 192 – 364 Kbyte• RAM: 4-6 Kbyte• EEPROM: 2-72 Kbyte• Dual Key Triple DES (TDES) encryption accelerator.• Modular co-processor (up to 1024 bits operands).• AES encryption acceleration (128, 192 or 256 bits).
    • Projects: RF-ID• Contactless interface corresponding to ISO 14443-2,3,4 type A• 640 bit – 4 Kbyte EEPROM• 7-byte UID• Anti-collision algorithm• High data integrity during the transmission: 16-bit cyclic checksum (CRC), parity, bit coding, bit counting.• 0.2 mm2 die area (180 nm technology)• 3DES authentication
    • Projects: Memories, IP-blocks- 1Mbit EEPROM with I2C interface- 4Mbit RAM memory- ADC (12-bit, 20 MHz, 1.8 V)- I2C interface- USB 2.0 High speed interface (in process)- 640 bit, 1Kbyte, 4Kbyte EEPROM
    • SW-experience
    • Hardware simulationSoftware modeling experience:• Functional simulator of NeroMatrix cores NM6403,6405 – See http://www.module.ru/products/nm.shtml• Cycle-accurate simulator for NM6405• Cycle-accurate SDRAM DDRAM simulators• Correspondent system tools – assembler, tracer, debugger
    • PC projects• Universal console tracer – Trace and profile simulations for NeroMatrix – Supports any simulator is written in PPDL. – Supports Linux and Windows• .Net SystemC Visualization library – Visualize SystemC models and edit in graphic mode – Library can be easy adopted for any kind of visualization.