Arm’s IP portfolio expansion from mobile computing into AI, Automotive, Infrastructure, IoT among other market segments resulted in consistent growth beyond the semiconductor industry averages, resulting in career advancement opportunities previously unseen in traditional design houses. With this ever growing complexity, associated with implementing multi-core designs and subsystems in FinFET processes, we are looking for a practiced individual with proven experience for solving sophisticated challenges, including low-power and high-performance implementation, to support our customers in realizing the best Quality-of-Results from our RTL. We achieve this by offering mentorship, training, and support services throughout our customers' RTL to GDSII design closure.
In this role, you will be support leading semiconductor design houses in implementing sophisticated Arm cores/subsystems in their nanometer SoC designs and meeting outstanding design performance, power, and area requirements. We work with Arm engineering teams using the latest micro-architectural design techniques, the latest EDA tools/flows, as well as the latest foundry process nodes to build reference implementation methodologies and playing a key role in imparting that knowledge to Arm customers. You will evaluate core/system implementation performance vs. power tradeoffs. Benchmark EDA flows. Supplement EDA tool functionality with custom script workarounds, looking at robust design flows in the face of variability. Study floorplan/power-ground/macro-placement/clock-tree/routability tradeoffs for multi-corner/multi-mode timing closure, and devise physical design flows to extract optimum performance from cell and macro libraries.
- Provide support for all implementation related questions.
- Collaborate with the RTL, implementation and physical library design teams.
- Build App Notes and white-papers.
- Develop, help to promote and deliver physical design support services that help to accelerate customer silicon success.
- Collaborate with EDA vendors to extend the outstanding results for our designs.
- Work with our geographically diverse engineering, field, sales, marketing and support teams to deliver quality support for our customers.
Required Skills and Experience :
- Master’s degree in Electronic Engineering, Computer Engineering or other relevant technical fields.
- Have studied VLSI and logic design related courses.
- Knowing about entire digital IC design flow: from RTL through to implementation and verification. Including synthesis, floor/power planning, place & route, clock distribution, signal & power integrity, DFM, physical verification, LEC and static timing analysis.
“Nice To Have” Skills and Experience :
- Experience with Verilog RTL design.
- Low power design techniques (power gating, DVFS, etc.).
- Proficiency in scripting languages such as Perl, Python and TCL.
- Understanding of processor and interconnect microarchitecture.
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