Principal Engineer, Verification Lead Inphi
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Inphi Corporation, a high-speed analog semiconductor company, is the market leader in data transport and signal integrity solutions from fiber to memory. We address the bandwidth, capacity and power issues faced by cloud computing, mega data center, and 40G/100G network environments. By leveraging our core competencies in advanced analog circuit design, signal integrity, power management, packaging and process technologies, Inphi has taken a leadership role in the markets we serve. Founded in 2001, Inphi went through a successful initial public offering in November 2010 and is publicly traded on NYSE under the symbol ?IPHI.?
Our innovative approaches have resulted in the company?s products being first to market in a number of key areas, including 40G/100G drivers and TiAs, as well as 100G Ethernet CMOS SERDES. We are seeking talented individuals to work on demanding technical challenges with the most outstanding group of collaborators in the industry. Join our team of experts and make a difference in an exciting career opportunity.
We are looking for a senior verification engineer to lead verification of our next generation high speed mixed signal designs. The candidate must have proven record of not only verifying complex digital and/or mixed signal designs leading to successful products, but also of leading atleast a few of those.
Must Have -
Masters degree in Electrical Enigineering plus 12 years verification experience
2-3 years verification lead for multiple chips.
Experience in entire verification flow. From planning, testbench creation, RTL/gate-level simulations to coverage and signoffs.
SystemVerilog (VMM, OVM or UVM). UVM preferred.
Scripting perl/python for flow support.
Experience in DSP/uControllers based designs
Good Communication skills
Good to have -
Serdes, Equalization, ADC/DAC
Knowledge/Prior experience in IEEE 802.3 related 100G PHYs
Analog Modelling Experience.
Ultrasim mixed signal simulations.
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