EDA Tools supporting SystemC

This page gives an overview of electronics design automation tools and technologies supporting SystemC.

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Industry Supported Tools

Name Company Description
360 DV-SC Onespin Formal verification of algorithmic and HLS models
Active HDL Aldec Windows based integrated FPGA Design Creation and Simulation solution
Catapult HLS Siemens EDA High-level synthesis of C/C++ or SystemC descriptions to RTL
CoFluent Intel System modeling and simulation solution to analyze performance properties
CyberWorkBench NEC High-level synthesis of C/C++ or SystemC descriptions to RTL
COSIDE COSEDA Integrated design environment for heterogeneous system modeling using SystemC and SystemC-AMS
Helium Cadence Integrated design environment to enable early pre-silicon software bring-up and concurrent hardware/software co-verification
Platform Architect Synopsys SystemC TLM 2.0 based graphical environment for early analysis and optimization of multicore SoC architectures for performance and power
Questa Siemens EDA Multi-language simulation environment supporting Verilog, SystemVerilog, VHDL, and SystemC
Simulink Coder Mathworks SystemC/TLM component generator using the Simulink Coder
Stratus HLS Cadence High-level synthesis of C/C++ or SystemC descriptions to RTL
Tina DesignSoft Circuit Simulator for Analog, Digital, MCU and RF Circuits
VCS Synopsys Multi-language simulation environment supporting Verilog, SystemVerilog, VHDL, and SystemC
Virtualizer Synopsys Integrated design environment for the development and deployment of virtual prototypes
Vista Siemens EDA Integrated design environment for virtual prototyping, debugging, and analyzing of complex systems
Vivado HLS Xilinx High-level synthesis of C/C++ or SystemC descriptions to RTL
VLAB ASTC Simulation environment to enable virtualization of embedded products, driving rapid design iterations across hardware and software
Xcelium Cadence Multi-language simulation environment supporting Verilog, SystemVerilog, VHDL, and SystemC

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