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Madelyn Miller

Madelyn Miller

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Arteris IP is Hiring a UI Developer!

Featured Position!

UI Developer in Campbell, CA

We are looking for an experienced User Interface (UI) Developer to participate in the development of our next generation network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect design and optimization software.

 Apply Now!

Topics: software jobs artificial intelligence arteris ip noc interconnect job SoC designs C++ Java modeling simulation

Arteris IP is Hiring in Campbell, CA! Senior Software Engineering Manager

Featured Position!

Senior Software Engineering Manager in Campbell, CA

We are looking for an experienced Senior Software Engineering Manager who will report to the VP of Engineering. 

You, as a successful candidate, are dynamic and self-motivated 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.

Candidates must have the ability to influence thinking or gain acceptance of others in potentially sensitive situations. A thorough understanding of product development and excellent people management skills is also critical.

Topics: software jobs artificial intelligence arteris ip noc interconnect job SoC designs C++ Java

Semiconductor Engineering: Edge Complexity To Grow For 5G

 Arteris IP's Kurt Shuler, Vice President of Marketing, quoted in the latest Semiconductor Engineering article:

Edge Complexity To Grow For 5G

July 2nd, 2019 - By Kevin Fogarty and Ed Sperling

Increased interdependence of technologies will drive different architectures and applications. 

It gets even more complicated in the automotive world than other any other markets because of safety-critical circuitry.

“You may have to reboot part of the chip for a failed operation, while keeping the rest of it operating in a safe state,” said Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP. “If you think about the space shuttle or a Boeing 777, the black boxes are 20 pounds. You can’t have that in a car. There is a lot of functional safety being done at the microprocessor level to save cost. That can be used to spy on what’s happening at the system level, so if there are problems you can isolate them and in a safe state and fail gracefully. If there is a transient error, you reboot.”

For more information, please download the Arteris FlexNoC AI Package data sheet; http://www.arteris.com/download-flexnoc-ai-package-datasheet

Topics: SoC functional safety FPGAs semiconductor engineering flexnoc ai package noc interconnect ML

SemiWiki: Intelligence in the Fog

Kurt Shuler, VP Marketing at Arteris IP, and Bernard Murphy (SemiWiki) discuss the hottest domains in tech today - AI and automotive in this new SemiWiki blog:

Intelligence in the Fog

June 12, 2019 - By Bernard Murphy

AI is creeping into places we might not expect, such as communication infrastructure. Bernard Murphy learns from Kurt Shuler how AI and AI-centric design methods are becoming more important in this surprising domain.

By now, you should know about AI in the cloud for natural language processing, image ID, recommendation, etc, etc (thanks to Google, Facebook, AWS, Baidu and several others) and AI on the edge for collision avoidance, lane-keeping, voice recognition and many other applications. But did you know about AI in the fog? First, a credit – my reference for all this information is Kurt Shuler, VP Marketing of Arteris IP. I really like working with these guys because they keep me plugged in to two of the hottest domains in tech today – AI and automotive. That and the fact that they’re really the only game in town for a commercial NoC solution, which means that pretty much everyone in AI, ADAS and a bunch of other fields (e.g. storage) is working with them.

For more information, please visit the Arteris IP AI package webpage: http://www.arteris.com/flexnoc-ai-package

Topics: SoC semiconductor automotive ADAS artificial intelligence semiwiki kurt shuler flexnoc ai package noc interconnect