MTS Application Engineer

East Bay, (none selected) | Direct Hire

Post Date: 06/07/2016 Job ID: 6022 Industry: Consumer Electronics / Appliance

Job Description/Responsibilities

* Provide technical leadership in Applications team for both the FPGA fabric and the ASIC IO ring.

* Drive cross-functional efforts from both a technical and project management standpoint to ensure successful deployment of solutions to customers.

* Work closely with engineering to drive product planning and implementation efforts. Provide guidance based on industry experiences and trends on product roadmaps and strategies.

* Put together reference/demo designs, other technical collateral like user guides and application notes to showcase and document FPGA features to customers.

* Help with bring-up efforts and debug by working closely with Engineering, building test cases for lab measurements and production test systems.

* Ensure a high-level of technical support to resolve challenging customer issues.

 

Skills:

* Solid understanding of FPGA architecture and design flows.

* Expertise in SerDes PMA/PCS architecture and protocol IP – in particular PCIe, Interlaken and 10G/40G/100G Ethernet – and how SerDes need to be set up to work in such cases.

* Knowledge of memory interfaces – both currently deployed DDR3/4 solutions as well as planned HMC/HBM implementations.

* Strong logic design and verification background with experience in STA.

* Good communication and writing skills with ability to multi-task.

* Verilog expertise; System Verilog and VHDL knowledge is a plus

* Experience with processors, specifically with relation to FPGA implementation, is a plus.

 

Experience:

* At least 10 years experience working with FPGAs and IP/protocols in an applications, system-level or architect role

* Ability to work in the lab with test equipment (oscilloscopes, function generators, logic analyzers etc.)

 

 

Education:

Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in EE, CE or equivalent work experience


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