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POST DATE 8/10/2016
END DATE 10/22/2016
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Would you like to part of developing leadership silicon technology for Google, Facebook, and other cloud operators? Come join the team creating technology that fuels web2.0, mobile content, and cloud megadatacenters! These programs are at the leading edge in a series of high throughput Ethernet controllers that deliver unprecedented performance at critically important power efficiency.
We are looking for highly skilled and efficient Verification engineers that want to verify new designs that can evolve rapidly over the next several generations in a very dynamic market using industry proven constrained random methodologies with System Verilog and UVM. Broadcom intends to provide a complete interconnect solution with Controller and associated switch products with performance enhancements when using an all Broadcom solution. This architecture will scale from traditional x86 servers to an emerging microserver segment, and all the way to high core count ARM-based SoCs.
This is a rare opportunity to be part of an emerging product line, with leading products for a new line of devices. The candidate will work with our worldwide design and architecture team, along with members of our Switch Team partners, to develop world class devices. All aspects of front end design, with a focus on Design Verification, will be involved, along with opportunities for technical leadership.
* Skills: Constrained random verification using SV and UVM, well versed in OOP and coverage closure techniques through simulation, Self motivated
* Tools/Languages: System Verilog, UVM, VCS, Incisive, Scripting skills a + (Python, Perl, ...)
* Experience: Typically requires a minimum of 12+ years of related experience.
IF YOU ARE LOCATED OUTSIDE USA, PLEASE BE SURE TO FILL OUT A HOME ADDRESS AS THIS WILL BE USED FOR FUTURE CORRESPONDENCE.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.