SystemC

SystemC

SystemC addresses the need for a system design and verification language that spans hardware and software. It is a language built in standard C++ by extending the language with a set of class libraries created for design and verification. Users worldwide are applying SystemC to system-level modeling, abstract analog/mixed-signal modeling, architectural exploration, performance modeling, software development, functional verification, and high-level synthesis.

  • Addresses system design and verification requirementss
  • Adopted widely for system-level modeling, design and verification
  • Defined by Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI) and ratified as IEEE Std. 1666™-2011

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WHAT'S NEW

SystemC News

We are pleased to announce systemc.org, the new SystemC Community Portal with online references to everything related to SystemC.

The content of the website is hosted on GitHub in the publicly accessible repository accellera-official/systemc.org. Everyone can submit changes or additions in the form of pull requests. In this way, the community itself can keep the portal vibrant and up to date.


In this SystemC community, you can quickly access forums, community uploads, and the various SystemC working groups. Explore the links under this community to learn more about all aspects of SystemC, including AMS, TLM, and CCI. If there is more you'd like to see in this community, feel free to contact us.