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    Cutting edge, fast pace, great benefits

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    Current Employee - Engineering in Austin, TX
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    One of the front runners in the semiconductor industry! Fast pace allows us to compete in a tough global market. Benefits are out of this world! Engineering teams have a lot of great minds working for them.


    Many decisions about our production mix are made overseas and they vary frequently. Difficult to maintain momentum in any direction when the priorities keep changing.

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    Salaries are a little low to compete with other technical industries within the Austin area.

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Samsung Austin Semiconductor Interviews

Updated Sep 26, 2014
Updated Sep 26, 2014

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    Simulation language syntax for Hspice and verilog A. Circuit characters. Timing, power trade off in design. C++ and script syntax. Data structure question for hash sorting, binary search, link list and black red tree.

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Headquarters Austin, TX
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Operated By Samsung Group
Founded 1996
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Austin, Texas, is home to Samsung Electronics' only two semiconductor fabrication plants outside South Korea. The first plant, called Fab 1, was built in 1997 and produces DRAM chips on 200mm wafers; they're used in PCs and computer servers. The other plant, Fab 2, was completed 10 years later and manufactures 16Gb NAND flash memory components on 300mm wafers. Fab 2, which is the size of nine football fields, is the largest single chip manufacturing plant in North America. Samsung Semiconductor, located in California, handles the group's sales and marketing.

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