Breker Verification Systems' CEO Adnan Hamid Named Top Embedded Innovator by Embedded Computing Design Magazine

Breker Verification Systems' CEO Adnan Hamid Named Top Embedded Innovator by 
Embedded Computing Design Magazine 
Recognized for Efforts to Remove Functional Verification Bottleneck 
SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/13/13 --  Adnan Hamid, co-founder
and chief executive officer (CEO) of Breker Verification Systems
(www.brekersystems.com), The System-on-Chip (SoC) Verification
Company, today was named one of three Top Embedded Innovators by
Embedded Computing Design magazine (www.embedded-computing.com).  
Hamid, who is featured in the June issue, has made it his mission to
remove functional verification as the bottleneck for technological
innovation. He is defining and building a new verification category
known as SoC verification.  
Under Hamid's leadership, Breker is transforming the embedded
industry with an innovative solution called TrekSoC(TM), automatic
generator of self-verifying C test cases to solve complex
verification challenges for SoCs containing embedded processors. With
the automation provided by TrekSoC, embedded system development teams
can develop production drivers and other high-value software instead
of hand-writing throwaway tests as part of the verification process. 
With more than 20 years of hands-on experience in functional
verification automation, Hamid's experience includes leading an AMD
verification team and serving as a verification expert, working with
companies such as Texas Instruments, Siemens/Infineon and
Motorola/Freescale. He graduated from Princeton University with
Bachelor of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer
Science and holds an MBA from the McCombs School of Business at The
University of Texas. 
For more information about Breker, visit www.brekersystems.com.  
About Breker Verification Systems 
Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software company Breker
Verification Systems provides innovative solutions to solve the
challenge of complex system-on-chip (SoC) functional verification and
eliminate the pervasive "Stitch and Ship" SoC design approach. Its
TrekSoC(TM) software and unique SoC scenario-modeling(TM) approach
are used in production at leading semiconductor companies in the
U.S., Europe and India. More information about Breker can be found at
www.brekersystems.com or at http://tiny.cc/d5ifvw.
 Daily updates on
company activities are available at http://tiny.cc/k6ifvw and
additional information can be found at http://tiny.cc/56ifvw. Its
blog, "The Breker Trekker," is hosted on EDACafe, available at
http://tiny.cc/4cjfvw. Founded in 2003, it is privately held and
funded. Breker Verification Systems corporate headquarters is located
at 1879 Lundy Ave., Suite 126, San Jose, Calif. 95131 Telephone:
(650) 336-8872. Email: info@brekersystems.com. Website:
www.brekersystems.com. 
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TrekSoC, TrekBox and SoC Scenario Modeling are registered trademark
of Breker Verification Systems. Breker Verification Systems
acknowledges trademarks or registered trademarks of other
organizations for their respective products. 
Embedded Computing Design. Copyright OpenSystems Media, 2013. All
rights reserved; used with permission. 
For more information, contact:
Tom Anderson
Breker Verification Systems
(408) 823-9075
toma@brekersystems.com  
Nanette Collins
Public Relations for Breker Verification Systems
(617) 437-1822
nanette@nvc.com 
 
 
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