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SOC Solutions Architect

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Toshiba System LSI Group provides custom ASIC and FFSATM solutions to customers who need to produce more sophisticated, more technology-intensive and higher value-added products. The primary responsibility of this senior position is to provide technical expertise to help our customers to define ARM CPU-based SoC architecture, and then work with our customers to implement and validate their design. The candidate would work in, but not limited to, the following areas: CPU selection and configuration, interconnection IP selection and fabric configuration, performance and power estimation, architectural tradeoff analysis, boot flow, security, debug, and software support. The candidate would also follow ARM CPU & IP roadmap closely and help our team members to become familiar with ARM technology.




  • Prepare technical presentations for customer meetings. Address customers' technical questions and concerns on ARM CPU and system architecture.
  • Help customers to define ARM CPU-based SoC system architecture. Provide technical assistance on various architectural tradeoff.
  • Help customers to implement and validate the CPU sub-system and IP integration during project development phase.
  • Understand and follow ARM technology roadmap for emerging markets such as Data Center applications, IoT and AR/VR.
  • Work closely with Toshiba BU sales team, Toshiba America Engineering teams and Toshiba Japan teams.



  • Proficient in ARM CPU architecture and selection including Cortex-M/R/A series.
  • Familiar with ARMv7/v8 architecture, multi-core and coherency support.
  • Familiar with ARM interconnection bus protocol (APB, AHB, AXI)
  • Proficient in ARM system IPs including CoreLink (CCN, CCI, NIC), CoreSight, Interrupt Controller (GIC/VIC), DMA Controller & System MMU.
  • Familiar with CPU low power methodology and PPA (Performance, Power & Area) trade-off.
  • Knowledge with ASIC and SoC design implementation and methodology.
  • Knowledge with other common IPs such as PCIe, DDR, USB, or Ethernet, is a plus.
  • Self-starter with strong analytical skills and ability to manage multiple tasks/projects while maintaining strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Quick learner. Need to be flexible and versatile.
  • Minimum 5 to 7 years' experience.



  • Bachelor/Master in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or related area.
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