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Silicon Design Engineer

Boxborough, MA 01719

Posted: 04/14/24 Employment Type: 12 Months Industry: Other Job Number: AMDJP00003394

Job Description

THE ROLE:
The Memory PHY team is looking for a passionate and experienced Design Engineer for RTL and Firmware development of high-speed LPDDR, DDR IPs. Be a part of the definition, design and development phase of industry-leading Memory PHYs and interface IP. This opportunity includes creation of new IO designs as well as working on multiple designs and enhancing methodologies in parallel. Be a part of a team that delivers Industry leading IP and help our experts in RTL, FW, circuit, and architecture teams develop leading edge and differentiating IPs.

THE PERSON:
You have a passion for modern, complex processor architecture, digital design, and verification in general. You are a team player who has excellent communication skills and experience collaborating with other engineers located in different sites/timezones. You have strong analytical and problem-solving skills and are willing to learn and ready to take on problems.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• RTL design for memory I/O
• PHY Digital Architecture development from pathfinding, coding, verification to physical implementation
• PHY link layer design, implementation & verification with Analog and System architect.
• PHY Analog/Digital co-design
• Digital design and RTL coding
• Timing Synthesis & Drive Physical implementation
• Collaborate with architects, hardware engineers, and firmware engineers to understand the new features to be verified
• Estimate the time required to write the new feature tests and any required changes to the test environment
• Build the unit tests
• Debug design failures to determine the root cause; work with DV and firmware engineers to resolve design defects and correct any test issues


PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:
• 5+ years of experience
• Digital design engineering experience
• Proficient in debugging firmware and RTL code using simulation tools
• Proficient in using UVM testbenches and working in Linux and Windows environments
• Experienced with Verilog, System Verilog, C, and C++
• Excellent knowledge of Verilog, System Verilog and a scripting language; experience with Python, Perl and TCL is a plus
• Knowledge of clocking architectures, synchronization, and CDC methodology
• SERDES, DDR, Memory Controller, or MAC Design experience is preferred
• Strong understanding of computer organization/architecture.
• Mixed signal RTL experience is a plus
• Exposure to leadership or mentorship is an asset

ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS:
• Bachelors or Masters degree in computer engineering/Electrical Engineering

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