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As Senior Chip Microarchitect, you’ll help in microarchitecting future Marvell processors and accelerators. 
You will help define the major portions of chip architecture and microarchitecture, including integration of major IP blocks, global protocols, on-chip interconnect, IO interfaces, etc. 
You’ll work on performance simulators to model major protocols and run experiments to evaluate various design and performance trade-offs. 
This work will require deep and up-to-date understanding of processor architecture, ability to understand and microarchitect detailed IP specifications and expertise in writing performance simulators to model the hardware.
  • BS in CS/EE with 10+ years of relevant experience, MS/PhD with 5+ years of related experience.
  • Expertise in computer architecture, CPU microarchitecture.
  • Expertise in performance simulator development.
  • Understanding of implementation and performance trade-offs that are inherent in product design
  • Experience in modeling and projecting application-level performance using simulator
  • Knowledge of C/C++, Linux and scripting languages.


All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

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