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Old 05-25-2006, 08:40 PM
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Default Startup in Dynamic Reconfigurable Computing needs a FPGA Designer

Be part of the first wave of hires to join this exciting new startup to
become the leading provider of programmable coprocessor technologies
critical for compute-intensive applications. Our technology
accelerates essential algorithms in high-performance computing for
business and science. The upside is huge for you and the company.

Senior FPGA System Engineer

At least 5 years proven track record working in
high-frequency/speed digital designs
Deep understanding of complex FPGA design
Experience in high-speed FPGA designs with very large gate count
Self-motivation with good working habits
Good system integration experience
Good verbal and written communication skills

Must be hands-on, i.e. familiar with VHDL and Verilog and lab
equipment. Must have the ability to work effectively in a startup,
multi-cultural environment.
BSEE degree required, MSEE preferred.

Experience in HT interface and DDR/DDR2/QDR/RLD memory ++++
Experience with Xilinx Virtex-4 and Altera Stratix family +++
Deep understanding of computer architecture including
hardware/software interface ++
Experience with DSP implementation in FPGAs ++

Contact: Walter Wong

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