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Arteris IP is Now Hiring a Director of Software Development

This is a New Featured Position!

 Director of Software Development in Campbell, CA

Would you like to be part of a team contributing to products that will be used in the next-generation of advanced smartphones, automobiles and other computing devices?

This management position reporting to the VP of Engineering requires a dynamic and self-motivated individual with excellent organizational, and technical skills who can effectively communicate across all levels of management. The ideal candidate will be an experienced leader who is visionary, strategic, technology savvy and skilled in contemporary software technologies and architectures. You will own and drive both development and quality engineering across multiple development teams.

Topics: software jobs arteris ip noc interconnect job SoC designs C++ Java leader IP design EDA director

Arteris IP is Hiring an Executive Legal Administrator / Paralegal in Campbell, CA

Featured Position!

Executive Legal Administrator / Paralegal in
Campbell, CA


Our Legal department seeks a Legal Administrator to join our dynamic, team-oriented group. This is a cross functional position with a leading international IP technology company working in a startup environment.

The ideal candidate has good corporate and commercial law experience, is extremely organized, tech savvy and proactive, with a desire to learn and grow, be customer-focused and collaborative.

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Arteris IP Presents: Lessons Learned integrating AI/ML Accelerators into Complex ISO 26262 Compliant Systems-on-Chip

This presentation titled, "Lessons Learned integrating AI/ML Accelerators into Complex ISO 26262 Compliant Systems-on-Chip," presented by Kurt Shuler, VP of Marketing and Functional Safety Manager (FSM) at Arteris IP, and Diego Botero, Functional Safety Engineer at Arteris IP, to an audience at the ISO 26262 for Semiconductors (Munich) Conference.

Topics: functional safety ISO 26262 Systems-on-Chip FlexNoC kurt shuler accelerators ML/AI automotive chips IQPC

Semiconductor Engineering: 3 Safety Standards In Auto Electronics [Video]

 

Tech Talk Video:
3 Safety Standards in Auto Electronics

January 12th,  2020 - By Ed Sperling

Ed Sperling talks with Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP headquarters, about ISO 26262, SOTIF (Safety of the Intended Functionality) and UL 4600, what each one covers, what the intent is behind them, and what this means for companies developing technology for the future vehicles.

Topics: ISO 26262 automotive functional safety FlexNoC safety tech talk video ISO PAS 21448 UL 4600

Arteris IP is Hiring a Design Verification Engineer, Campbell, CA

Featured Position!

Design Verification Engineer in
Campbell, CA


Do you want to contribute to the backbone of the some of the world's most popular SoCs?

You will work with an expert team to design and deliver interconnect & memory hierarchy solutions for some of the world's most sophisticated mobile, telecom, automotive, and consumer SoC designs. You'll create designs in a powerful language that blends traditional RTL with leading-edge software to provide extremely configurable, testable, and high-quality solutions. You’ll go home at the end of the day amazed at all the places where your creations end up. You will have the opportunity to be part of a proven-successful startup, and to influence development environment, architecture, verification, and everything in-between – you’ll no longer be stuck in a silo or just a cog in the machine. Your co-workers will be an experienced team of industry experts that love what they do.

Topics: software jobs arteris ip noc interconnect job SoC designs C++ Java logic simulators

Semiconductor Engineering: CEO Outlook: 2020 Vision

 Arteris IP's CEO, Charlie Janac, is quoted in a 2020 survey of CEOs from across the country in this Semiconductor Engineering article:

CEO Outlook: 2020 Vision

January 6th, 2020 - By Ed Sperling

5G, China and AI are prominent, but big changes are coming everywhere.

 

“In 2020, highway driving starts to become real for autonomous vehicles,” said K. Charles Janac, CEO of ArterisIP. “You’re also going to see more applications for machine learning and AI emerge. Right now, there is too much money being spent on this by big Internet companies that are doing a lot internally. Those investments will shift. You’ll also see 5G becoming very important. We will need that for the last mile. The other killer app is cyber security, and this is one that is somewhat worrisome because we’re starting to see 5G and machine learning being used to track entire populations.”

To learn more, please download this Technical Paper on "Re-Architecting SoCs for the AI Era", please go here; https://www.arteris.com/download-re-architecting-socs-for-the-ai-era

Topics: SoC Networks-On-Chip autonomous vehicles semiconductor engineering arteris ip K. Charles Janac charlie janac noc interconnect ML/AI 5G cyber security