Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Location: Salt Lake City, UT or San Jose, CA
We are seeking ASIC/FPGA Verification Engineers to join our growing team of skilled engineers to work on our proprietary Flash memory controller for enterprise class solid-state storage devices.
- Inventing, documenting and implementing verification infrastructure, including monitors, stimulus generators, scoreboards, and models using UVM code base.
- Generation and execution of test plans in constrained-random environment, including the creation of appropriate assertions and functional coverage points
- Integration of target specific simulation models for FPGA and/or standard cell libraries, third-party verification IP, and driver software for co-verification
- Collaborating with fellow team members, both teaching and learning advanced processes for logic verification, as well as adding necessary infrastructure improvements.
- Bachelor’s degree in Electrical or Computer engineering.
Knowledge and work experience with SystemVerilog constrained random testbench development, including UVM library and simulator (especially Cadence).
- Familiarity with functional verification closure, including code coverage, functional coverage, and other instrumentation and metrics necessary to demonstrate signoff quality
- Solid team skills, including communication, problem solving, time management, and ability to adapt to dynamic requirements in a high-pressure environment.
Additional preference will be given to candidates with experience in: memory controllers, Flash memory, high bandwidth PCIe, general UNIX skills, Python scripting, device driver development, and co-simulation of software and hardware.
Fusion-io is the pioneer of a new storage memory platform that significantly improves the processing capabilities within a data center by moving process-critical or active data closer to the CPU where it is processed. Called shared data decentralization, this significantly reduces latency while increasing data center efficiency. Fusion’s integrated hardware and software solutions leverage non-volatile memory for enterprise-grade performance, reliability, availability and manageability.
Founded in 2006 by a management team with experience in transaction processing, high-performance networking, storage, superclusters, and computing and image processing, Fusion-io recognized that mechanical storage architectures do not keep pace with advances in digital processing power. This meant that despite major advances in technology, data processing was limited to the speed of legacy storage infrastructures. Without a solution designed to maximize their capabilities, modern CPUs sit idle while they wait for data to process.
Fusion-io solves the data supply problem with a new purpose-built solution. By combining hardware and software to develop a reliable storage memory platform, Fusion-io gives servers native access to data to accelerate enterprise databases and applications. This allows enterprises to significantly reduce complex and expensive high performance storage, high performance networking, and memory-rich servers. In addition to accelerating performance, Fusion’s storage memory platform also reduces energy consumption and total cost of ownership.
This post was submitted by Robert Merrill.