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Job Description: SoC Verification Engineers are responsible for the verification or pre-silicon validation of the SoC designs. In general, candidates must have experience performing SoC verification based on architectural/micro-architectural specification review and analysis followed with definition of verification requirements. Responsibilities: Candidates will be required to Work with other verification engineers, design engineers, micro-architects, integration experts, architects, and firmware engineers to develop and review high quality verification plans. Define, implement, and deploy verification capabilities, methodologies, and process improvements aligned to long term strategic interests of the team and technical requirements. Develop test plans, coverage plans tests and test bench components -- BFMs, checkers, coverage bins, reference models and scoreboards -- from high level verification plans. Document specifications of VIPS, test bench, and reference models. Work closely with design and architecture teams to review and refine test and coverage requirements. Run regressions and debug failing tests. Minimum Requirements: Candidates must possess a Bachelor or a Master's degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering fields. 9+ years' experience in ASIC logic verification 9+ years' experience programming in an object oriented language such as System Verilog C++ and/or Specman 9+ years' experience with RTL simulators 9+ years' experience debugging in RTL Additional Preferred Requirements: Experience with Synopsys Verilog Compiler Simulator (VCS) Experience with Verilog Experience with debug tools such as Verdi Experience with SoC integration and validation
The Platform Engineering Group (PEG) is responsible for the design, development, and production of system-on-a-chip (SoC) products that go into Intel’s next generation client and mobile platforms. PEG strives to lead the industry moving forward through product innovation and world class engineering.