H. Y.
July 2006
Electronics Weekly;7/19/2006, Issue 2250, p25
Trade Publication
The article reports that Vast Systems Technology Corp. has launched the latest version of its virtual system prototyping (VSP) tool, which will be easier to incorporate into design flows. The tool, 1-SOURCE, aims to simplify the use of a VSP by replacing the various different model types with a single cycle accurate virtual processor model that can be used for architecture, software and hardware development.


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