Develop Chips Faster

Develop Chips Faster

An AI-powered CI/CD platform for integrated circuit design verification

AI-powered simulation platform

Verify designs in minutes, not days

With LLMs, our next-generation web platform empowers chip developers and verification engineers to design and debug 10x faster


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Backed by


Backed by

AI-enabled debug

AI-enabled debug

AI-enabled debug

Troubleshoot test failures 10x more efficiently with our cutting-edge LLMs

Scalability

Scalability

Scalability

Perfect for any size of design or workflow. CI/CD integrations with GitHub

Collaboration

Collaboration

Collaboration

Seamlessly share test results and waveforms with anyone in your organization, tag coworkers directly on signals, track test and regression failures

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Silogy?

Silogy is a next-generation platform for integrated circuit design verification. After connecting a project via git, we can run thousands of tests for you, track their results, and display logs and waveforms all in one place. Moreover, our LLMs can help you write verification test plans and root cause test failures automatically.

How does Silogy work?

We use your favorite simulator to compile Dockerized simulation binaries and distribute test runs across our compute cluster. Then we collect the results and log files and rerun pre-trained LLMs to root cause test failures. With Docker, we can ensure that test runs are consistent and reproducible.

How can Silogy make chip developers more productive?

Silogy makes chip developers more productive by enabling faster design and debug times. Before Silogy, the state-of-the art for debugging a failing test involved copying lines from log files, debugging from waveforms on a local machine, or rerunning a simulation that might have taken days to run. We cut down on all that wasted time by having an LLM debug the test failures for you. We also provide an easy way to share debug information within an organization.

Who could benefit from Silogy?

Anyone who wants to build a chip, works in digital circuit design or design verification, and is tired of the same, tired workflows would benefit from our app.

Does Silogy support universal verification methodology (UVM)?

Yes. We have support for UVM by using various commercial simulators.

How secure is Silogy's platform?

Security is a top concern for Silogy. We employ industry-leading security practices including encryption, access controls, and regular security audits and penetration testing to safeguard customer IP. We are in the process of getting SOC2 certification.

What is Silogy?

Silogy is a next-generation platform for integrated circuit design verification. After connecting a project via git, we can run thousands of tests for you, track their results, and display logs and waveforms all in one place. Moreover, our LLMs can help you write verification test plans and root cause test failures automatically.

How does Silogy work?

We use your favorite simulator to compile Dockerized simulation binaries and distribute test runs across our compute cluster. Then we collect the results and log files and rerun pre-trained LLMs to root cause test failures. With Docker, we can ensure that test runs are consistent and reproducible.

How can Silogy make chip developers more productive?

Silogy makes chip developers more productive by enabling faster design and debug times. Before Silogy, the state-of-the art for debugging a failing test involved copying lines from log files, debugging from waveforms on a local machine, or rerunning a simulation that might have taken days to run. We cut down on all that wasted time by having an LLM debug the test failures for you. We also provide an easy way to share debug information within an organization.

Who could benefit from Silogy?

Anyone who wants to build a chip, works in digital circuit design or design verification, and is tired of the same, tired workflows would benefit from our app.

Does Silogy support universal verification methodology (UVM)?

Yes. We have support for UVM by using various commercial simulators.

How secure is Silogy's platform?

Security is a top concern for Silogy. We employ industry-leading security practices including encryption, access controls, and regular security audits and penetration testing to safeguard customer IP. We are in the process of getting SOC2 certification.

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