Intel 3D XPoint Mixed Signal Analog Engineer in Folsom, California

Job Description

An senior analog designer on the 3DXP design team will be responsible for pathfinding new solutions to reduce energy, power, latency, die size of 3DXP products and to develop solutions for new technology requirements. An analog designer may be responsible for post silicon device characterization and debug. Once all paths have been identified, designers build and test schematics that meet all functionality and performance goals for the designated 3DXP products and develop methodologies and coverage metrics to ensure quality at the fullchip level. After design is complete, designers support fullchip validation by building various path and fullchip models and running extensive full chip validation suites while also working with layout to ensure cell level and block level layout is being drawn as necessary to achieve the desired performance and spec functionality. Finally, the designers work with product engineering to debug post silicon issues by developing models for observed behavior and proposing experiments both in silicon and in simulation to prove or disprove the proposed models.


Education:Candidate should possess a Bachelor of Science degree with at least 4 years additional experience or a Master of Science degree with at least 2 years additional experience, in Electrical or Computer Engineering. Minimum Qualifications: Minimum of 5 years of experience in mixed signal circuit design Minimum of 5 years of experience with transistor-level circuit simulation tools such as SPICEMinimum of 3 years of experience in nonvolatile memory designMinimum of 6 months of experience in silicon debug or characterizationRequired Skills:Experience leading a team of engineersExperience in project team environmentExperience with silicon debugging using laboratory toolsProficiency in UNIXPreferred Skills:Experience using custom design environments such as Cadence VirtuosoKnowledge of DRC, LVS, and post-layout extraction toolsDesign automation using programming skills such as C++, Perl, TCL, etc.Experience in CMOS semiconductor device physics and silicon processingExperience in nonvolatile memory designProject work using device modeling tools such as hism, Ultrasim, etc

Inside this Business Group

Non-Volatile Solutions Memory Group: The Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group is a worldwide organization that delivers NAND flash memory products for use in Solid State Drives (SSDs), portable memory storage devices, digital camera memory cards, and other devices. The group is responsible for NVM technology design and development, complete Solid State Drive (SSD) system hardware and firmware development, as well as wafer and SSD manufacturing.

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