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

Digital Verification Engineer with knowledge of System on Chip Architecture

Marilyn – Digital Verification Engineer

  • Extensive knowledge of System on Chip Architecture with ARM/MIPS processors, AMBA subsystem design, IP design and Verification, system level synthesis, timing and DFT.
  • Experience with Board level schematic design, Layout verification, Product level verification, Safety certifications and FMEA
  • Hands on experience in lab with FPGA prototyping, debugging, functional verification and manufacturing support
  • Worked on System Level Architecture and RTL for System on Chip with ARM9 core, 10/100 Ethernet, USB, DMA controller, Flash Controller, DES, I2C, UART and other sub modules to be used for an aerospace client. Performed System level verification of this SoC.

Embedded Software Engineer with technical expertise in design and development

Fernando – Embedded Software Engineer

  • Technical expertise residing in designing and developing
  • Excellent C/C++ embedded programs using real-time programming techniques for embedded applications
  • Device drivers implementing a low maintenance structure for efficient product support throughout the entire development lifecycle, from requirements to test to post-deployment field support
  • Additional competencies, beyond firmware, include the development of and PC-interface software for embedded systems using the C# programming language

Digital Verification Engineer (Available Now)

Joran – Digital Verification Engineer

  • System level tests with RGB image inputs to exercise DRAM controller and DMD serial link controller. Wrote Perl script to convert model output to RGB images. Debug DRAM and sequencer settings.
  • Testbench for ARM Cortex subsystem with AXI, AHB, TCM, APB bus, bridges, and peripherals. Wrote checkers and tests to exercise all the bridges and peripherals including SPI and OCP interface with SPECMAN.
  • Testplan for Parallel Flash Controller and wrote SPECMAN model of NAND flash memory. Tested program fetches and execution from ARM and uncovered functional bugs through Incisive RTL simulator.

Electrical Design Engineer

Kaymen – Electrical Design Engineer

  • Resourceful Electrical Engineer with extensive experience in new product design, schematic capture, PCB layout, testing and debugging with a background in utilizing tools such as Altium Designer, OrCAD CIS, and Cadence Allegro for schematic capture, layout, and design.
  • Detailed knowledge and exposure to designing, specifying, and integrating hardware and software components into products including chips, reference hardware designs, and leading/ supporting initiatives to define, select, and integrate products and platforms to meets the customer's requirements.
  • In-depth experience performing design integration, implementation, and validation.
  • Direct experience leading and supporting product design, development, customer inquiry, and design-in.


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Q2 2018: Semiconductor Industry News to Know

In this edition of semiconductor news to know, summer is now in full swing with stronger semiconductor sales and expected growth gains throughout the year. In the semiconductor space, the global market has experienced year-to-year growth of greater than 20 percent for 13 consecutive months as announced by John Neuffer, president and CEO of the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).

The wave of new regulations and policy proposals forecasts a stronger focus towards lucrative industry initiatives and better internal organizational practices. We expect continued development in global collaboration to benefit industry security customs, uphold ethical standards, and better workforce development. Further dialogue in organization behavior and goals marks a signal towards responsible action and a commitment to doing good in the world.

There’s a lot to glean from this quarter's industry news. Read on to explore the latest semiconductor news and technology trends in the second quarter of 2018.

How can engineers stay relevant in today's semiconductor industry?

Engineers, developers, and designers must keep up with technology for the same reason any professional keeps up with technology—to stay relevant in the job market. But with the fast-paced world of advancements and competitive labor markets, it can certainly be a challenge to keep up.

In this article, let's explore three simple ways for engineers to take advantage of growth opportunities and sharpen their skills in the world of work.

Closing the Skills Gap as a Hiring Manager in 2018

If you found yourself on the job hunt, would your qualifications today hold up for a new job tomorrow? With the lightning pace of technology breakthroughs that inhibit our role in the office and the changing faces of the workforce DNA, many worry about the impending “skills gap.”

As the advent of AI, machine learning, and automation pushes the baseline standard for qualified candidates, companies are transforming their own talent and technical capabilities. After assessing the fastest growing, in-demand gigs in the semiconductor space, the implications for future positions call for skilled workers in sectors like cybersecurity, healthcare, and finance. As jobs become harder to fill, the strain of the skills gap is felt across multiple industries.