Valtrix to Exhibit at RISC-V Summit China August 23-25

Will showcase STING, The Industry’s Most Advanced RISC-V Design Verification Solution

BANGALORE, India, Aug. 22, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Valtrix, a provider of design verification products for creating accurate CPU and system-on-chip implementations, is set to participate in the upcoming RISC-V Summit at the Shangri-La Hotel in Beijing from August 23rd to 25th. During the event, Valtrix will showcase its flagship offering STING – the first commercial RISC-V verification solution – at booth B1.

Highlighted prominently will be STING’s Test Stimulus Programming Framework, enabling users to effectively exercise custom RISC-V extensions or the underlying micro-architectural implementation. Additionally, the RISC-V architecture verification suite based on STING, which encompasses a comprehensive array of self-checking test cases for RISC-V will also be presented during the Summit.

China Business Development Manager, Tony Wang, will also be presenting a keynote session on ‘Addressing the Complexities of RISC-V Functional Verification’ during the RISC-V Summit on Wednesday, August 23.

Attendees can arrange meetings to discuss about STING and its support for RISC-V implementations by writing to [email protected] 

About Valtrix

Valtrix Technologies is an EDA company delivering products and solutions for design verification of CPU, IP and SoC implementations. Headquartered in Bangalore, India, the team comprises experienced professionals from the semiconductor industry with a common goal to enable verification of complex systems at reduced cost and effort. For more information on Valtrix and its design verification products, please visit

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