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Sr. Staff Design Engineer

 

What You Will Be Doing

You will work in Toshiba's exciting global team to design next generation of PCIe & NVMe SSD (solid state storage) SOCs. As a key member of the Storage SoC Hardware development team, you will be responsible for creating SSD controller's design specification, RTL design, performance analysis, Firmware interactions as well as front-end physical implementation.

You will also be working very closely with the Architecture and Firmware teams to define system behavior. This includes the assessment of in-house or 3rd party IPs for the SOC integration.

Your Key Responsibilities Will Include

  • Perform detailed analysis of PCIe & NVMe Enterprise SSD requirements
  • Participate in the SSD Controller ASIC HW & FW specification development.
  • Actual implementation of Flash controller SoC, in mapping the architecture concepts into RTL & Firmware implementation.
  • PCIe, NVMe & NVRAM RTL implementation, synthesis & formality check.
  • Candidate to support Design verification & FPGA validation teams.
  • Investigate controller requirements for Emerging memories such as NAND, MRAM & ReRAM technologies
  • Investigate & participate in the assessment of emerging SSD technologies such as new ECCs (LDPC, BCH) CPUs, Host interfaces, DSP & high performance protocols.
  • Architect automation HW to improve the Data & Command throughput
  • Investigate & analyze the landscape of the Silicon storage systems such as Flash matrix and DP engine

Education & Experience Necessary for Success

  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in the following domains:
  • Strong experience in SSD controller H/W architecture & design
  • Strong Experience in RTL design, design verification, synthesis & formality
  • Solid experience in PCIe & NVMe interfacing & understand the I/O protocols
  • In-depth knowledge of NAND Flash memories & their operation
  • Understand various ECC codes
  • MSEE or PhD in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science

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