Architect, 3-4 years of relevant chip architecture experience

Posted on December 4, 2006. Filed under: Architect, Bangalore |

About the company:
Our client is the worldwide leader in programmable graphics processor technologies.Was founded in 1993 with 36,000 employes world wide.Headquarter Santa Clara,Offices in US,Europe and Asia.

Requirement as follows


As an Architect in the Platform group, you will be responsible for all aspects of chipset and related hardware architecture including feature evaluation and analysis, architecture, micro-architecture definition, performance analysis and validation. Position also requires close collaboration with marketing, software, and ASIC designers.

BE / MS in CS or EE required.
3-4 years of relevant chip architecture experience required. 5 – 8 preferred.
Previous experience and understanding of one or more of the following topics:

a. PC and system architecture: processor architecture, chipset architecture, I/O subsystems; Protocols such as PCI-E, HT, PCI-X, PCI
b. Storage systems – IDE, SATA, SAS, SCSI
c. Chipset and interconnect architectures – North and south bridges, buses, backbones, I/O hubs, etc
d. Memory subsystem – memory controller, memory hierarchy, caches, arbitration, etc
e. System level architecture – transactions, ordering, coherency, cache coherency, deadlock, etc
f. Performance analysis – bandwidth, latency, performance simulation and performance verification

Programming skills:
C, C++, SystemC, prior experience with modeling and simulation SW like Workbench is preferred.
Verilog and Perl is a plus

Job Location : Bangalore

Professionals interested in exploring this opportunity, Can revert with the following details to

Total IT Experience:
Current CTC:
Expected CTC:
Notice Period:

Thanks & Regards
Preetha Balan
Roland & Associates


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