Embedded software engineers face increasingly more challenges. The software is far more complex, the teams are geographically dispersed, and the hardware prototypes are more expensive – when available.
By creating a virtual lab on their desktops, Paravirtual Studio provides software engineers with better access and control over their development environment. Software development can start before the hardware arrives, and instead of spending time on the bugs in prototypes and time-sharing the hardware, the developers can focus on what they do well – software development. Reduced need of prototypes translates into considerable savings of capital. Customers have seen savings of up to $4M in prototypes and compensation costs on a project involving 15 software engineers.
Paravirtual works with your semiconductor suppliers to create Virtual Chips and Virtual Reference Boards. Paravirtual also makes it easy for you to create Virtual Chips for your ASICs and FPGAs.
While the major savings in time and money come by deploying Paravirtual Studio for embedded software development and test engineers, Paravirtual Studio is being effectively used at every stage of the product lifecycle. Please contact us to learn more.