Location: Bangalore, India.
Educational Requirement: BTech, BSEE or equivalent
Relevant Experience: 3+ years experience in ASIC physical design engineering, EDA/CAD tool support or related services. Understanding of front-end design services including architecture, RTL design, design verification, PCB design, and software development a plus as Open-Silicon seeks to offer customers comprehensive IC/SoC development solutions with our global workforce.
Description: Open-Silicon continues to grow and is expanding its critical field engineering team, and needs a technical marketing/solutions engineer with ASIC design experience (TME/TSE) for Bangalore, India. This position entails working with Open-Silicon’s Technical Solutions Managers, Architects and sales account managers to help win new business.
This individual will leverage personal experience in ASIC physical design to understand the customer’s IC development plans and develop a custom physical design execution plan for their device. A particular emphasis is placed on enabling derivative designs, or allowing the customer to leverage Open-Silicon chip-create design staff to build and deliver new derivative ICs to market and help them expand and extend their product lines. The TSE/TME will also drive the internal effort within Open-Silicon to accurately scope engineering aspects such as die size, high level die floorplan, device power, schedule and engineering design effort for the opportunity, and document the program details for signoff.
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