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OVM 2.0 Golden Reference Guide Launched By Doulos

October 2008|Press release

Doulos, the global language and methodology training company underlined its marketing leading SystemVerilog training credentials today with the addition of the OVM Golden Reference Guide to its stable of SystemVerilog training and support options.
Supporting OVM 2.0, the pocket-sized GRG complements the OVM User Guide, by providing engineers with a concise reference to OVM, in a quick and easy to use format. In addition to listing all significant OVM classes in an accessible tabular format, it includes useful articles on important OVM environment issues such as configuration, reporting and printing, plus examples that show the usage and main features of each class. Encapsulating key elements of Doulos’ OVM experience, the new GRG adds further value by distilling that expertise in numerous practical tips and “gotchas” – a particularly useful feature for inexperienced users.
The OVM GRG is the 7th in the popular Golden Reference Guide series, developed to add value to the Doulos range of training classes. Priced at $50 they are available to buy online at For further information about the Doulos SystemVerilog portfolio, visit

About Doulos

Doulos develops and delivers global training solutions for SoC, FPGA and ASIC design and verification. Established in 1990 and fully independent their unparalleled in-house expertise supports methodology training for SystemVerilog, SystemC, e , PSL, Verilog, and VHDL. Doulos know-how has contributed to the success of more than 700 companies across 35 countries through in-house training, and a regular schedule of classes in the US and Europe.

About OVM

The Open Verification Methodology is based on the IEEE 1800 SystemVerilog standard and supports design and verification engineers developing advanced verification environments that offer higher levels of integration and portability of Verification IP. The methodology is non-vendor specific and is interoperable with multiple languages and simulators. The OVM is fully open, and includes a robust class library and source code that is available for download at