Posted on: 2021-07-07

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Position or Job Title POWER SoC END-TO-END ENGINEER
Position Industry Information Technology
Internal Job ID BP-31
Position Location (City) San Jose
State California
Country United States
ON or OFF Site? On-Site, NO Telecommute

Description & Requirements

Description of Job Opening
Youll be responsible for SoC power estimation, simulation, roll-up and measurement. This is an end-to-end role that starts with architectural assessment and continues through the design and post-silicon phases. It also includes documenting power-related specifications in datasheets and working with customers on power-related topics.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

- Early-phase architectural power estimation using spreadsheet models, process technology scaling data, IP specifications, and comparison to existing products

- Design-phase simulation/extraction and roll-up of power projections using analysis/estimation tools such as ptpx, redhawk and voltus. Iterate/improve the estimates as more accurate design collateral becomes available.

- Silicon measurement of power across use cases. Extract static and dynamic components and build models that can be used to project power for new configurations (frequency, voltage, etc.).

- Correlate silicon measurements to pre-silicon estimates in order to improve the pre-silicon estimation methodology

- Provide input to datasheet on how power specifications should be documented  including max current by voltage rail, TDP by voltage rail, etc.

- Support applications engineering teams in customer engagement related to power topics

Who Youll Work With:

- SoC architects during the project feasibility phase

- SoC design engineers (logic design as well as physical design) during the chip development phase.

- Applications and silicon validation engineers during the post-silicon phase, and for customer engagement.

Ideal Skill Set:

- You have a solid understanding of SoC power estimation methodologies, starting with high-level architectural approaches and continuing through EDA-based power extraction/simulation and lab measurements.

- You have knowledge and experience with power analysis tools like PTPX, redhawk, and Voltus.

- You can define and implement a methodology to estimate/simulate power at individual block level and then roll it up at SoC level

- You are familiar with power measurement methods and have experience in working with post-silicon teams to define and execute a power characterization plan.

- You have strong verbal and written communication skills and experience/desire to engage with customers

- You have at least a BS in Electrical/Computer Engineering. MS is preferrable, as is 10+ years of experience.

Required Skills
SoC power estimation methodologies.
Nice To Have Skills
None Listed
Required Certifications
None Listed

Additional Details

Required Employment Authorization Type of Position
U.S. Citizen Full-time
Hourly Rate (US$) Annual Salary (US$)
NA /hr NA /annual
Relocation Assistance Provided Required Travel
No, Relocation Assistance None
Start Date Required Experience
07-Jul-21 10 - 15 Years
Required Education Required Education Major
Bachelors, BSCS/MSCS

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Recruiter George Olivas
Professional Title Technical Recruiter
E-mail Address george@blueprintjobs.com
Address 7668 El Camino Real, Suite 104129
 
 
City / Municipality Carlsbad
State California
Postal / Zip Code 92009
Office Phone 760-452-5211 Extension: NA
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