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EASE

EaseEASE is a graphical HDL design entry tool. Designs are created using a mix of graphics/text and then automatically generates optimized HDL code in VHDL or Verilog. EASE comprises of several modules:

Additional information can be found in the following HDL Works EASE Datasheet

HDL Companion

HDL CompanionHDL Companion is an HDL analysis and navigation environment. HDL Companion offers a complete overview of your design, from high level structure to the details in the source code. Features include signal tracing, a Tcl interpreter, revision control and a language sensitive text editor.

HDL Companion accepts VHDL, Verilog and mixed language source code and automatically extracts numerous design details from the code. Incomplete designs or and uncompiled code are accepted. The user interface provides an overview and navigation of all objects and files and it shows the complete design hierarchy.

Additional information can be found in the following HDL Works HDL Companion Datasheet


Supported Machine Types

WINDOWS (64 bit): Windows 7/8.1/10

LINUX (64 bit): Likely to be compatible with most recent distribtions. Tested with RHEL6 and 7.

The software is protected by means of a floating FlexLM license.


How to Order

Orders are placed with the vendor on a single order, once per month. To be included in the current month's order, all documents including original ink-signed paper End User Agreements (if applicable) must be received by the Microelectronics Support Centre no later than the 25th day of the month.

Detailed instructions on how to place an order are given in our Order Procedures.

MANDATORY DOCUMENTS FOR ALL ORDERS

MANDATORY DOCUMENTS FOR FIRST TIME ORDER FROM THIS VENDOR ONLY

STATEMENT FROM RESEARCH LABORATORIES

PLEASE ENSURE that you read the End User Agreement Notes before downloading the End User Agreements

Last modified: August 16, 2018