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- Work on SOC strategy and flow definition, integration and implementation.
- Work with System team for P/G pair inseration, pad sequence, bump arrangement and ball arrangement.
- Work on chip test plan, test methodology decision and low power methodology decision.
- Work on synthesis and timing closure, formal verification, ECO flow, netlist analysis/debugging.
- Work on hierarchical flow, design partition and timing budget.
- Work on gate level simulation and vector generation, post silicon bring up and debugging.
- Interpret design specification to create timing constrain script in different modes and corners.
- Run Static Timing Analysis (STA) at the both the block and full chip level using industry standard STA tools.
- Work with designer to clean Lint, CDC, timing violation and achieve pre-layout timing closure.
- Work with APR Engineers to achieve timing closure.
- Develop tcl and dc-shell scripts for performing ECO's.
- Contribute to the ongoing development and enhancement of entire timing methodology.
- Act as a primary implementation technical interface to external vendors, EDA tools, IP suppliers, design services and technology/partners.
- Work with x-function teams to enable differentiated solutions through the application and selection of appropriate technologies at the right time.
- Define and support advanced ASIC implementation methodologies and processes, developing all necessary infrastructures, tools and environment, supporting effective multi-site implementation team collaboration.
- Responsible for the implementation technology roadmap aligned with product development roadmap strategy and industry leaders.
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering with 15 years experience in Controller Design.
Must be familiar with the most recent Intel and ARM Architectures.
Familiarity with Marvell and Intel Processors desired and a plus