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Bangalore-based ASIC/CAD Tech Lead, Parasitic Extraction

Jerry Bires
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Title: ASIC/CAD Tech Lead, Parasitic Extraction
Job #: TI-Extraction

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Gain international ASIC/CAD project management skills that will
enhance your long term semiconductor industry career prospects. As our
ASIC/CAD Technical Lead in Bangalore you will drive parasitic
extraction projects in one of the world's leading technology centers.
Backed by the full resources of Texas Instruments, your impact will be
huge, touching all T.I. India digital designs at both the chip and
cell level, from definition to delivery.

Texas Instruments - the leader in signal processing - has been giving
the world a mind-boggling range of DSP, ASIC and analog chips, winning
accolades for their power, performance and quality. In 1985, we
started operating in India, becoming the first multinational to set up
such a facility here. Now you can enjoy the excitement working at one
of TI's largest, most advanced R&D centers outside the US.

Inspired Research
The initial activity of TI India was the development and support of
proprietary EDA software systems used for IC design by TI's
semiconductor design centers worldwide. We developed applications for
creating, simulating, testing and verifying both logical and physical
IC manufacturing processes.
Since then TI India has grown to an organization which is about 900

As our ASIC/CAD Technical Lead for Parasitic Extraction, your initial
challenge will be managing the people and process necessary to deliver
a quality extraction CAD flow. A primary responsibility will be your
ability to manage CAD/EDA vendor relationships, focused on tools
integration, QoR and product delivery. At each stage in the process
you are backed by the resources of a dedicated, global organization
that's as committed to your success as we hope you will be to ours.
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me tew!
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find employees in your own country asshole!

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salman sheikh
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me tew! wrote:
> find employees in your own country asshole!

Somebody once said "American are good at looking good and making money,
not feeling good and beging good".

So, don't blame said a**hole, but good ol'boys in les'etat Unis (United
States, for you francophiles). Pick up a paper, read the news, or
online. Fox, CBS, ABC, CNN whatever. Blame tv (great rap song -
television drug of a nation, breeding IGNORANCE, feeding radiation).
It used to be the Asian countries were undergoing brain drain (with
people like my parents immigrating to the US for $ opportunities w/o
quotas, eeo, etc, but just discipline and hard work). Now, with the
advent of cheap technology and computers and the internet and MIT
opencourseware, anybody anywhere in the world can obtain knowledge and
compete in the global marketplace. Blame American corporate execs who
look for short term $ versus long term values, be they republicans,
democrats, etc. Even I lament to see every article of clothing made
imported, everything in every dollar store (except the obesity producing
junk food for those supersized kids) made in China. No quality, but
hey its cheaper than the stuff at traditional stores.
Wake up and smell the Sanka or Starbucks coffee, man!!!!!!

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