Are you highly inquisitive with a committed approach to improving performance? Do you want to make an impact on the future of technology?
This is an outstanding opportunity to work with industry leaders to define and deliver secure and efficient compute solutions for the future client devices spanning across broad market segments.
The aim of our internships is to develop your potential and expand the opportunities on offer to you, giving you an incredible variety of potential career paths. We will support you with continuous learning and development, while encouraging you to achieve professional chartered status.
As an intern you will directly influence the development of hardware IP that is used extensively in a wide variety of devices, from mobile phones and tablets to sensors to servers.
You will work on real projects from day one, with help and guidance from expert engineers. We want to make sure that every intern learns about different aspects of our work and grows their knowledge, that is why you will work in a team on real projects from day one, with guidance from expert engineers, and also have dedicated time for personal development.
About the Central Technology Performance Analysis team
We are a team of highly motivated engineers ensuring that Arm maintain its leadership position by helping our partners build competitive devices. Using detailed competitive analysis, rigorous workload characterisation, and advanced software modelling, we are successfully influencing Arm engineering teams and its partners.
You will enjoy working in a highly stimulating collaborative environment. Our team works closely with CPU, GPU, Media, architecture, & lines of business.
High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) controller Performance Analysis
The goal of this internship is to analyse the performance of an HBM controller in a system context. This will drive the next generations of architecture definition for HPC, Server, and Automotive.
You will work in a hardware development environment (RTL) and evaluate performance metrics (latency and bandwidth) across different use cases. You will determine how Arm IPs can efficiently use the higher HBM bandwidths, and you will propose microarchitecture improvements.