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NVIDIA ASIC Design Engineer Jobs in Santa Clara, CA

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NVIDIA Santa Clara, CA

- Design new clocks modules inorder to support high frequency clock with all the above constraints. - Verify clock design with the industry standard… NVIDIA

5 days ago


NVIDIA Santa Clara, CA

- All aspects of physical design and implementation of graphics processors, integrated SOC, and other ASICs targeted at the graphics and mobile… NVIDIA

6 days ago


NVIDIA Santa Clara, CA

- At least 5 yrs of experience working in these areas with a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering We are an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disabled employer… NVIDIA

6 days ago


NVIDIA Santa Clara, CA

- Responsible for board design, bring up, validation, and debug from prototype to production. - Validation of all interfaces to ensure compliance and… NVIDIA

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    I worked at NVIDIA as an intern (Less than a year)


    If you're either a gamer or a hardware geek then NVIDIA is a company I'd heavily recommend. Internship experiences can widely vary depending on your team, mentor, and manager. Some interns rarely see their mentors, either because they work at a separate office or simply because they are elusive. Personally, my mentor and entire team were almost always within earshot, which made for a much more inclusive environment. There's no shortage of work to do, so chances are if you're unsatisfied with your project, your mentor can find something better suited for you.


    The only disappointment I had working at NVIDIA was that there weren't as many juicy perks, discounts, and benefits as I had hoped, especially for interns. For instance, there is no real gym on campus nor slides made of primary colors. Graphics card discounts are also unimpressive. In addition, the food at the cafes are neither free nor particularly good.

    Advice to Management

    The internship program and events heavily die down after early August when most of the semester system interns finish. It would have been nice to continue having smaller events even after the bulk of interns left.

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