Apple Silicon Validation Software Engineer: CPU and Memory Hierarchy in Boston, Massachusetts
Silicon Validation Software Engineer: CPU and Memory Hierarchy
Understanding of micro-processor architecture
Knowledge of ARM or another CPU instruction set architecture
Familiarity with memory technologies and power management
Experienced C and assembly programmer
Some experience with scripting languages such as Python, Perl, or Tcl
Some knowledge of software tool chains including including compilers, assemblers, and source control tools is a plus
Ability to work well in a team, but to be responsible and self-driven.
Work with designers and architects to understand the functionality of various blocks in the SoC Create validation test plans, ensuring all key features are covered Develop SW workloads to validate various CPU and memory subsystem features Integration of these workloads into an existing system validation tool Make enhancements to the tool's SW framework to support new CPU architectures Drive the bring-up and execution of our validation SW in pre-silicon (FPGAs) and post-silicon (development boards) Debug workload failures using a variety of tools and hooks Release and distribute our system validation SW to cross-functional teams across Apple
Education & Experience
A minimum requirement of a bachelor's degree.
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