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Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. is seeking a Director of Architecture.

The successful candidate will be responsible for creating system and ASIC solutions for customers in data center, industrial, and consumer electronics segment. In this role, he/she will lead in searching for innovative solutions taking advantage of cutting edge technology nodes, IPs, and micro-architectures.  Further, he/she will be the main channel for technical discussion with customers and internal business units and coordinate with engineering team and customer to arrive winning design proposals. Finally, the successful candidate stays abreast with the latest advancement of technology through conferences and consortia and disseminates key learnings to all involved departments.


  • 10+ years of experience in ASIC and system design in a major product line, for example, networking, storage, processor, or automotive.
  • MS in electrical engineering or equivalent field and at least 10 years industry experience in digital IC design
  • Recent 3 years of experience in SoC architectural design.
  • Recent 3 years’ experience in PCIe and NVMe
  • 10+ years’ experience in storage system design (data center architectures is preferred).
  • Proficient in Design Specification writing & RTL design.
  • Skilled in performing system and implementation architecture analysis and advising high performance solutions.
  • Effective written and oral communication skills
  • Well versed in some of the areas such as ARM subsystem, networking interface, SSD micro-architecture, and neural network based machine learning.
  • Demonstrated success in SOC Design with high speed DRAM and/or processor design (i.e. Graphics, Microprocessors, Network Processors, or Mobile / Multimedia SoCs)
  • Exceptional communication skill and team work
  • Experience working with business unit in customer facing and technical engagement
  • Knowledge of HBM2, GDDR5/6, and LPDDR4 protocols as well as familiarity with cache interfaces/protocols.


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Req # 1710

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