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NAND flash characterization engineer

at Pliant Technology in Milpitas, CA   —   Apr 19, 2014   |  
Overview
Pliant is a fantastic opportunity for someone with an entrepreneurial spirit who wants to be at the frontier of an exciting paradigm changing technology product. We are defining the new cutting edge for Enterprise Storage and there's so much opportunity that you're guaranteed to contribute to significant and important projects! Backed by strong VC funding, we offer the creativity and freedom of a startup with leadership from successful industry veterans.
Responsibilities
Characterization of NAND flash component for SSD application
Testing of NAND Flash component
Bit -error-rate characterization
Develop scripts for test analysis
Testing of components including test mode optimization
Experience
Hands on experience on testing NAND flash component including bit-error-rate characterization, test mode read/write/erase algorithms optimization,
Data collection for reliability improvement.
Excellent device knowledge on NAND flash array operations
Experience with disturb conditions and backend test flow
Strong programming skills to develop automation scripts for test data analysis are a must requirement.
Skills
Minimal 5 or more years of direct experience in advanced NAND flash such as 3xnm or beyond are prefer.
The candidate must be Self- motivated and self-directed in a fast moving start up environment.
Education
-Preferably a Masters or PhD degree in E.E. or related fields with course work in Non-volatile memory.
Compensation
Competitive
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