Re: [SI-LIST] : Digital Interconnect Position at HP

Neven Orhanovic (neven@icx.com)
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>From: Al Barber <barber@hplavb.hpl.hp.com>
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Subject: [SI-LIST] : Digital Interconnect Position at HP
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Date: Wed, 30 Jul 97 21:38:12 PDT
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Hewlett Packard Labs, in Palo Alto, has a well established program
of research on high speed digital interconnects for high end
computer applications. We're expanding our program and are looking
for someone with a PhD or equivalent experience in the use of CMOS
in digital links over 1 GHz. We have an enthusiastic team, management
support, silicon, test equipment, and computing resources to make
a difference in this important area. If you have similar enthusiasm
and experience, start at:

http://www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Al_Barber

Alan Barber
barber@hpl.hp.com