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News Release from: ARM
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 4 September 2003

Training programme speeds ARM design

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Doulos and ARM have devised a new training course for licensees of the ARM PrimeXsys Platform

The jointly developed course will educate ARM Partners on the key elements of the PrimeXsys Platform verification methodology and environment, speeding the creation and delivery of leading-edge digital devices. "Doulos has worked to integrate ARM's leading-edge design methodologies and platform technologies with our unrivalled training material to bring a valuable resource to ARM Partners", said Rob Hurley, Managing Director at Doulos.

"By incorporating our expertise into one training session, we are providing ARM Partners with the knowledge necessary to easily and rapidly develop a wide range of ARM Powered application-focused devices using the PrimeXsys Platform".

ARM and Doulos will deliver the training material jointly worldwide with one instructor from each company.

This comprehensive hands-on training course will provide an introduction to the PrimeXsys Platform verification strategy and Verisity's Specman Elite for verification of systems for the amba on-chip interconnect specification.

"Doulos has been providing training in Europe for over a decade and is already an ARM Approved Training Centre", said Chris Shore, ATC Programme manager at ARM.

"This collaboration has enabled us to provide a comprehensive training course on our PrimeXsys Platform while supporting Specman Elite verification technology, which will enable our partners to learn how to extend the verification environment to their own IP".

The ARM PrimeXsys Platform provides the standard framework for the creation and delivery of leading-edge digital devices, by providing a licensable, extendable product comprising hardware, software and verification methodology tools.

Current licensees include NeoMagic, Sanyo and ST.

The PrimeXsys Platform course is part of the ARM Training Programme, which was established in 1994 to satisfy the growing demand for training in ARM technology for ARM semiconductor partners, OEMs and design centres worldwide.

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