PE Analog Engineering

Job Locations IN-KA-Bangalore
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At Rambus, we are turning incredible possibilities into everyday reality by helping to deliver the innovations that greatly impact the world we live in. We create leading-edge semiconductor and IP products, spanning memory and interfaces to security to smart sensors. Our products are integrated into tens of billions of devices and systems around the globe, running critical applications for Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile, consumer and media platforms.


And our history runs deep – we have been in Silicon Valley for 25+ years and are continually anticipating key technology trends and are developing innovations that drive market changes. From a pure IP provider to becoming a fabless chipmaker, Rambus is evolving to address critical challenges in the semiconductor industry.


As a dynamic organization, we are always seeking to hire exceptional talent to join some of the brightest inventors and engineers in the world to explore their passions to develop products that have real life impact. As well, Rambus benefits are among the most comprehensive and competitive in Silicon Valley.


  • Define the microarchitecture of Memory buffer chips. This involves starting with industry standard specifications, defining sub-systems (e.g. Tx/Rx/Clocking/Data-path/Power Management) implementations using analog/digital IPs.
  • Create specifications for
    • sub-systems on chip (e.g. Tx/Rx/Clocking/Data-path/Power Management)
    • digital-analog interfaces and partitions
    • pin-outs, bump-outs, floor plans
    • functionalities to support the protocol/system level requirements
    • algorithm for digital calibrations of analog circuits and system level trainings/adaptations
    • test/debug logic etc.
  • Do feasibility studies including analog and digital building blocks to arrive at trade-offs and find best solutions for chip implementation
  • Collaborate with architecture team, other cross-functional teams and technical experts in various geographies to define and align on the chip implementation specification.
  • Understand and disseminate applicable standards and its relevance in a given project to the team.
  • Work with the system engineering team for silicon bring up and characterization.


  • MS/M-Tech degree in electronics/VLSI and in exceptional cases B.E/B-Tech in electronics engineering with 8+ years of relevant experience needed. (The experience profile will depend on the job level of the position)
  • The candidate should have experience:
    • working on mixed signal designs
    • designing memory systems such as DDR, LPDDR, GDDR, HBM
    • working on design/micro-architecture/architecture for high-speed interfaces (e.g. Memory PHYs, SerDes).
    • working in leading R&D and future technology development projects is desirable.
  • The position requires good written & verbal communication skills as well a strong commitment and ability to work in cross functional and globally dispersed teams.

Rambus offers an extremely competitive compensation package, which includes a strong base salary, bonus, equity, matching 401(k), employee stock purchase plan, comprehensive medical and dental benefits, time-off program and gym membership.


Rambus creates cutting-edge semiconductor and IP products, spanning memory and interfaces to security, smart sensors and lighting. Our chips, customizable IP cores, architecture licenses, tools, services, training and innovations improve the competitive advantage of our customers. We collaborate with the industry, partnering with leading ASIC and SoC designers, foundries, IP developers, EDA companies and validation labs. Our products are integrated into tens of billions of devices and systems, powering and securing diverse applications, including Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile, consumer and media platforms. At Rambus, we are makers of better. For more information about Rambus, visit rambus.com. For additional information on life at Rambus and our current openings, check out rambus.com/careers/.


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