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Hardware Design Engineer (RTL)

Hardware Design Engineer (RTL)
by Daniel Nenni on 09-08-2020 at 6:38 pm

Website ArterisIP

As a Hardware Design Engineer at Arteris, you will work with an expert team to design and deliver interconnect & memory hierarchy solutions for some of the world’s most sophisticated mobile, telecom, automotive, and consumer SoC designs. You’ll create designs in a powerful language that blends traditional RTL with leading-edge software to provide extremely configurable, testable, and high-quality solutions. You’ll go home at the end of the day amazed at all the places where your creations end up. You will have the opportunity to be part of a proven-successful startup, and to influence development environment, architecture, verification, and everything in-between – you’ll no longer be stuck in a silo or just a cog in the machine. Your co-workers will be an experienced team of industry experts that love what they do.

Key Requirements

You are the kind of person that brings your intelligence, motivation, and sense of humor to the office.
You have been in the ASIC or SoC business for 4 years or more.
You have a track record of successful deliveries
You have in-depth knowledge of development in Verilog or VHDL.
You understand the complete tool-flow from RTL to netlist.
You are excited about using software to accelerate RTL design.
Experience Requirements / Qualifications:

You ideally are familiar with ARM/MIPS processors, on-chip interfaces such as OCP & AXI
You ideally have knowledge of cache coherence
You ideally have experience optimizing for power, area, and performance
You ideally have SoC or IP development/integration experience.
You ideally have experience with code generators to create configurable hardware descriptions

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