- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
What you do at AMD changes everything
At AMD, we push the boundaries of what is possible. We believe in changing the world for the better by driving innovation in high-performance computing, graphics, and visualization technologies – building blocks for gaming, immersive platforms, and the data center.
Developing great technology takes more than talent: it takes amazing people who understand collaboration, respect, and who will go the “extra mile” to achieve unthinkable results. It takes people who have the passion and desire to disrupt the status quo, push boundaries, deliver innovation, and change the world. If you have this type of passion, we invite you to take a look at the opportunities available to come join our team.
The role involves RTL performance analysis and microbenchmarking for the Infinity Fabric (Interconnect) IP.
The co-op engineer will work closely with the architecture, design and modeling teams working on
high-performance SOC interconnect designs in both the pre- and post-silicon phases of product development.
He or she will work on microbenchmarking plans at the IP level, and support performance debug at the SOC
level. The role requires familiarity with computer architecture concepts, including cache coherency, pipelining,
etc. Prior exposure to memory system performance concepts is preferred.
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About the company
Our history is marked by a commitment to innovation that's truly useful to our customers — putting the real needs of people ahead of technical one-upmanship.
“Technology for technology's sake” is not the way we do business at AMD. AMD founder Jerry Sanders has always maintained, “customers should come first, at every stage of a company's activities.”
We believe that our more than four-decade company history bears that out.