[SI-LIST] : Signal Integrity Positions at AMD -- Austin, TX

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From: Jonathan Dowling (jdowlin2@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Mar 20 2000 - 09:09:19 PST


JOB OPENING: Advanced Micro Devices
   LOCATION: Austin, TX
   POSITION: Signal Integrity Engineer
      LEVEL: Senior and Junior
      TITLE: Product Development Engineer / MTS / SMTS

Do you have a passion for high performance computer design?
Do you feel you could make a larger contribution than your
current job demands? Join AMD and get some responsibility!

Are you tired of following the design rules handed down by the
Fathers from many year's past? Are you weary from turning the
crank on someone else's design? Would you like to be one who
makes design calls rather than one who accepts a committee
decision? Join AMD and write the design rule play instead of
being trapped in the storyline!

If you like to pontificate on the SI-LIST about your "industry
experience" and "expert knowledge", wouldn't you like to apply
these to a design which will have broad appeal? Are your current
projects undeserving of your full attention? Wouldn't you rather
make a real contribution to a high performance design where your
participation is crucial? Use AMD as your personal catapult!

Are you just finishing the 47th simulation run on last year's bus
interface? Or teaching training classes to engineers who aren't
doing original design? When was the last time you owned a design?
Are you ready to take on major responsibility such as a chip or
board design which will materially affect the company's future
viability? Send AMD your resume, set course to Austin, ENGAGE!

AMD has immediate openings for signal integrity engineers in
Austin, TX. Signal Integrity engineering expertise is needed for
chipset/processor package design, high speed bus interface design,
and high speed board level design.

AMD makes the Athlon line of PC microprocessors which is currently
shipping at 1 GHz core frequency. AMD plans to ramp the Athlon
core frequency past 1 GHz in the near future and continuously stay
ahead of Moore's Law (which says performance should be 800MHz by
April-2000 and 1066MHz by April-2001). Many follow-ons are
planned for the Athlon product line as it grows to serve more
market segments. Next year the 64-bit SledgeHammer microprocessor
will not surprise by a fine excess, but rather by singularity with
its apocalyptic performance. Join AMD to breathe its pure serene!

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
The successful candidate will have a BSEE, MSEE, or PhD-EE with
2-10 years experience in high speed digital design. Knowledge of
microwave engineering is a plus. Experience with DSO, TDR, VNA
measurement techniques is a plus. AMD needs SI engineers with
the ebullience to own the electrical design for an entire board,
an entire chip, entire system, etc. Simulation and modeling
skills are a must as the next-generation processor and memory bus
interfaces at AMD will demand a performance increase of 2-4X past
those currently available. The simulation tools AMD has in-house
are Maxwell, XTK, ICX, Hspice, Speed97, etc., but we'll buy your
favorite tool if its not one of those listed. Experience with
low-voltage swing signaling technologies is a plus and knowledge
of timing analysis is a must. Lastly, candidates should have a
rich inner life, a capacity for self-actualization, and good
interpersonal communication skills.

Reply to this notice with your resume and a brief description of
the kind of signal integrity work you would like to do at AMD.

Jonathan Dowling
jdowlin2@yahoo.com
jonathan.dowling@amd.com
(512)602-3013
(512)602-7807 FAX

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