Engineering & Workforce Solutions

We work with semiconductor and electronics companies around the world to provide end-to-end engineering and workforce solutions.

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Talent 101 is a global services provider for the semiconductor industry. We provide a total workforce solution anywhere you need it: onshore, nearshore, or offshore.

Our Services

engineering services

Engineering Services

  • Hardware
  • Software
  • Mechanical
  • Test

Managed Services

  • Oversee your organization and systems
  • Manage everyday workforce responsibilities
  • Complete team approach from management through individual contributors

Project Services

  • Statement of Work style projects pinpoint required skills and experience needed 
  • Defined budget per project
  • Detailed timeline start to finish

Staffing Services

  • Contract & Contract to Hire
  • Direct Hire

Available Talent

Test Engineer with a B.S. in Electrical & Mechanical Engineering

Marina – Test Engineer  

  • TDE for new product developing dedicated working on J750EX, VLCT, IFLEX and EAGLE tester for Medical devices test solutions (probe & final test).
  • Design for Test (DFT) & Test for Quality (TFQ).

Digital Chip Architect

Sri – Digital Chip Architect   

  • Strong experience in Architecture/Performance Analysis, Design/ Verification of Digital Design SOCs with focus on processors and memory subsystem. 
  • Strong experience in Modeling and Debugging complex ASIC systems including multicore processor subsystems.

Mechanical Engineer with experience in manufacturing design, research, and testing

 Teri – Mechanical Engineer 

  • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineer with experience in manufacturing design, research, and testing in various products for the aerospace, automotive and medical industries
  • Multilingual and available to travel
  • Manufacturing quality standard and processes

Product Engineer with a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Laurie – Product Engineer   

  • 10+ years as a Product & Quality Engineer, working on memory products from concept through end-of-life, performing validation, test development, failure analysis, process improvements, characterization and report generation.


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How to improve R&D in the semiconductor industry

Most semiconductor engineers have a similar mission: planning, executing, delivering, and optimizing cutting-edge products. That takes meticulous and thoughtful foresight, planning, processes, and resources — all of which stem from sustained research and development (R&D) efforts.

While R&D is foundational in every chip company, recent profound shifts in the industry call for a different approach. KPMG’s 14th semiconductor outlook report found that due to challenging market conditions, R&D and innovation ranks first in strategic priority. Semiconductor companies are innovating and growing revenue in new ways without massive investments in scaling. Many are also in partnerships with suppliers, foundries, system, and fabless companies, which demands a focus on value chain coordination. Moreover, the need to push new products within the critical ramp period increases R&D costs.

How to overcome design planning challenges for engineers

Design planning has never been easy for semiconductor engineers. Between front-end and back-end engineers building functional and error-free features quickly, designers are under the same pressure to manage complex design constraints and mandates efficiently. 

How to find success in the current state of autonomous vehicles

For automakers, everything is in flux. 

Four big disruptions— automated cars, connected vehicles, electric vehicles, and shared-vehicle technology — create new mobility solutions for drivers and various industries. At the same time, this new innovation comes with a host of financial and technical issues. Additionally, the impact of Uber and Tesla pedestrian fatalities has led government agencies and engineers to rethink safety and security measures.