Designing microprocessors is hard, expensive, and takes years. But does it have to? No.
Codasip was founded on a simple belief – that we could bring together the brilliance of microprocessor architects and software engineers and capture it in tools that made design simpler, faster, and less expensive. STUDIO was born in 2014 with the mission of democratizing processor design. We are succeeding. At the same time RISC-V was gaining traction, so it was natural for Codasip to embrace it as an Open Instruction Set Architecture (ISA).
Increasing customer demand means we are now creating a solutions engineering team to create proof points and better demonstrate Codasip technology to our customers.
Role: Solutions Engineer
Location: Brno (Czech republic), Villeneuve Loubet (France) or remote Europe
Codasip’s solution engineering team is part of the Application Engineering function. Working closely with R&D, Product Marketing and our Field Application Engineers, you will focus on vertical market segments to develop hardware and software solutions that show off Codasip’s technology (both our EDA and IP technology), making it easier for customers to consume and get to market faster. You will also act as customers to R&D, testing our products and providing feedback.
The team is newly created so we are looking for various levels of experience, both hardware and software engineers. However you must have a mindset that considers how your work will be integrated by others into larger systems as well as being customer focussed.
While Codasip is headquartered in Europe, our approach and culture are typical of Silicon Valley, meaning that we value prudent risk taking and “out of the box” thinking. We are a well-funded start-up poised for dynamic growth based on our leading edge product portfolio.
RISC-V is a revolutionary technology in the semiconductor industry.
Main responsibilities include:
Core Skills and Competencies Required for the solutions engineer position:
If you’re not a perfect match for the qualifications above, but have done something interesting with platforms like Arduino, Micro-bit or an FPGA board (maybe you’ve designed a RISC-V core for FPGA), we’re still interested to hear from you.
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