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From: Mark Apton (mapton@pacbell.net)
Date: Sun Aug 20 2000 - 20:24:16 PDT


You have heard of the Microsoft X Box. Come work on it. Share in the $4
billion it will bring us in the next four years

About NVIDIA

The computing industry recognizes NVIDIA as the global leader in
advanced graphics processing technology for mainstream platforms,
awarding the company the most awards in the history of the PC industry.
The unmatched breadth of the NVIDIA product family enables gripping
multimedia experiences for the entire desktop computer market from
workstations to internet-enabled appliances.

In use by large corporations, small- to medium-sized businesses, and
home-based consumers, NVIDIA products are the solutions of choice for
the top PC OEMs, add-in card manufacturers, and system builders
worldwide. NVIDIA graphics
processors deliver superior performance and crisp visual quality for PC
based applications such as manufacturing, science, e-business,
entertainment and education.
For more information, please visit the Company's web site at
http://www.nvidia.com.

NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq : NVDA ) announced that it has established
another industry milestone by being first to deliver an ultra-high
performance Double Data Rate (DDR) Synchronous RAM graphics solution for
the mainstream market.

We have a team of brilliant, creative, hard-working employees and we
are always looking for more. Please check our Employment area often for
the most current
opportunities at NVIDIA.

NVIDIA's headquarters are located in Santa Clara, CA. Please send any
questions regarding open positions to mapton@nvidia.com

Title:

Senior System Design Engineer
Responsibilities:
Senior system design engineer for Systems Engineering
organization, developing cutting edge PC systems and
graphics products. This position will be responsible
for specification, design, development, and debug of
state-of-the-art board level systems using NVIDIA's
latest silicon chip products. Board designs may
include desktop PC motherboards, notebook
motherboards, graphics processor & multimedia systems,
and more. Contribute system engineering expertise to
specification and design of the latest complex
products. Successful candidate will be in a dynamic
engineering environment, with the opportunity to
participate in a wide variety of exciting and
challenging projects.

Responsibilities Include:
System Hardware Design for next generation PC and
graphics platforms High speed board design
Schematic generation, guidance of PCB projects through
layout and fabrication Component selection and Bill of Material
generation
targeted for manufacturing environment System debug and verification
Creation of system specifications

Requirements:
BS/MSEE
4+ years of system and circuit design experience
Experience with high speed board design techniques
Experience with PC architecture and different PC bus
protocols like PCI, AGP, USB, Intel/Amd host bus
Experience with schematic entry, usage of common board
design tools like OrCAD, Viewlogic, etc.
Experience working with PCB layout designers, PCB
fabrication and assembly Board level bringup, debug, and
verification experience Deep system knowledge of one or more of the
following areas:
Desktop PC motherboards
notebooks
multimedia systems, audio, video, graphics, etc.
Proven ability to deliver complex projects from specification through
to production Good communication skills.

Desirable Experience:
Experience in Board level pre layout and post layout
simulations for signal integrity analysis.
Background in high-volume, low cost applications
Understanding of VLSI design process and bringup

Join the best of the best and reap the rewards!

Please pass this on to anyone you see fit or call me;

Mark Apton
Recruiter Consultant
nVIDIA, Inc.
3535 Monroe Street
Santa Clara, CA 95051
Phone: 408.557.1219
Pager: 408.870.7253
Toll-Free (8am-6pm PST) 800.645.9710 x1219
Fax: 408.615.2862
mapton@nvidia.com
http://www.nvidia.com

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