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Antfield provides cutting-edge solutions around virtual platforms of Systems on Chips (SoC). We propose tailored virtual platforms that fit our clients requirements, develop on-demand simulation models for components and provide co-simulation solutions with other environments.
Our dedicated technology, Rabbits, is based on several years of research conducted in the TIMA lab (Grenoble, France) since 2009. Rabbits is a fast and flexible simulation framework that uses SystemC to model components and QEMU to simulate platform CPUs. We have a close relationship with the research community and keep developing Rabbits to maintain its cutting-edge simulation capabilities.
We believe in open-source software and maintain a community edition of Rabbits. We also propose full proprietary solutions to our clients.
Clément received his MSc degree in computer engineering at the Université Joseph Fourier (Grenoble) in 2009. He worked for 3 years at Inria on Virtual Machines, before joining the TIMA lab as a research engineer. In 2016 he co-founded Antfield with Luc, transfering the Rabbits technology from the TIMA lab. His research interests include operating systems and virtualization.
Luc obtained his PhD in 2014 from Grenoble Université, where he focused on fast simulation of VLIW processor and on automatic generation of CPU simulation models from architectural descriptions. He is an expert in CPU simulation technologies including dynamic binary translation.
Frédéric is a CAD veteran cumulating 20+ years of research experience on simulation tools for electronic system level design. As Scientific Advisor, he helps Antfield stay on the state of the art of virtual prototyping technology. Frédéric holds a PhD degree in Computer Science from Université Pierre et Marie Curie, and is currently deputy director of the TIMA lab.