Have a dedicated team of AMS Verification experts work with you to deliver design success without the stress.
Talent 101’s AMS Verification services maximize productivity for our customers, IC Mixed-Signal Design. Building vs. buying a Verification Team (AMS or DV) is a question growing organizations face. AMS and DV design verification services are providing new alternatives.
Our customers develop a system on chip (SoC) design and specifications to meet or surpass their end customer’s requirements. Talent 101 creates the AMS verification plan, verification strategy, and resource plan. Talent 101’s Lead AMS Verification Engineer joins the Mixed-Signal design early in the design process. Early engagement ensures alignment between the design and verification teams. Our customers take the lead of the SoC design strategy. In parallel, the Talent 101 Lead Engineer starts the AMS verification effort. Talent 101 customers engage us for either top-level or block-level service models through pattern generation (PG; Tapeout).
The benefits above are only a few of many different reasons why an organization should use Talent 101’s Analog Mixed Signal (AMS) Verification Services. Talent 101 currently services Fortune 500 Semiconductor and IC Design companies.
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In 2020, hiring managers at tech companies face significant shortages of the talent they need to scale next-generation technology. As competition for the best skilled workers heats up in most chip industries, it’s important for engineering leaders to understand the major challenges for the future of the industry, and consider their priorities for workforce planning and development.
Let’s start with a breakdown of challenges facing the engineering workforce today:
As an engineering manager, you may have given plenty of feedback in the form of performance reviews or one-on-one meetings over the course of your career. But what happens when a global pandemic throws organizational goals and talent management off their usual course?
As we reach the halfway point of 2020, it’s time to catch up on what’s happened in the semiconductor space. While the pandemic led to an inevitable shakeup in many industry operations and consumer habits, new semiconductor developments have shown great promise for progress in the future. In the past few months, we saw big proposals impacting industry growth and leadership, record-setting solar breakthroughs, and even a new way to judge semiconductor progress.
In case you missed anything, here’s a rundown of the the latest news and breakthroughs in the chip field: