Cloud-based simulation provider Metrics partners with T&VS to accelerate Verification's move into the cloud
June 12, 2018
T&VS will use Metrics platform to manage and leverage big simulation data to overcome barriers restricting simulation capacity.
Metrics Technologies and Test and Verification Technologies (T&VS) today announced a long-term, far-reaching partnership to further adoption of the Metrics true cloud solution and accelerate verification’s move into the cloud.
Under terms of the agreement, T&VS will have access to the Metrics Open Platform to manage and leverage big simulation data to run global verification projects, shattering barriers restricting simulation capacity. Its engineers will use the cloud platform for internal and client projects, matching simulation requirements on Google Cloud.
“Metrics and its value proposition are long overdue in the semiconductor industry,” says Mike Bartley, T&VS’ chief executive officer (CEO). “It is offering something verification groups desperately need – unlimited on-demand simulation in the cloud that scales to infinite test application, leveraging big simulation data across massive regression environments.”
The Metrics Cloud Simulator and Verification Manager, a pay-by-the-minute software-as-a-service (SaaS) Solution improves resource utilization and engineering productivity, has unlimited capacity and elasticity to scale with variable demand. Simulation resources are dynamically adjusted up or down every minute without the need to purchase additional hardware or licenses, or manage disk space.
“T&VS is a well-respected worldwide engineering services company with expertise in test and verification,” remarks Doug Letcher, Metrics’ president and CEO. “The availability of infinite simulation, along with the productivity of Verification 3.0, is something the engineers at T&VS want today.”
Metrics will demonstrate its comprehensive verification solutions at the Design Automation Conference (DAC) Booth #1244 Monday-Wednesday, June 25-27, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco.