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GPU Systems Architect. Permanent Position in Bay Area, CA
Ref No.: 18-01170
Location: Santa CLara, California
Position Type:Direct Placement
Locations: Bay area, CA, Portland, OR, Folsom, CA, Phoenix, AZ

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We are looking for a highly motivated & experienced professional who can Lead development of System-on-Chip level Architectures for the integration of Graphics, Media, and Display sub-systems into a range of GPU products that lead the industry in terms of performance, power, area efficiency, and time-to-market. This includes defining the requirements and architecture of SoC memory sub-systems, power delivery and management, external interfaces such as PCI Express, and other supporting IP blocks. You will work closely with other HW and SW Architects and Micro-architects, as well as partners from HW and SW Engineering organizations, and Strategic Planning from various Client Business Units.
Minimum Qualifications:
  •       Candidate must have BS, or MS, or Ph.D in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Architecture, or Electrical Engineering with at least 10 years of Hardware and Architecture experience.
  •        Deep understanding and passion for system level architecture functional requirements, PPA, architectural partitioning, etc. and strong track record of system architecture definition into delivered products.
  •        Solid understanding of Computer and/or Graphics Architecture
Preferred Qualifications:
  •        Good understanding of HW/SW modeling & simulation
  •        In addition to technical qualifications, the role requires effective communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to work in cross-functional and cross-site groups.
Please answer the questions listed below and email them back with your updated resume:

1. What is your current base salary?

2.  Do you have 10 years of proven experience with Hardware and Architecture ? Explain
3. Do you have a solid understanding of Computer and /or Graphic Architecture? Explain
4. Are you open to relocation?