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- London, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 20 Aug, 2018
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Are you ambitious, thrilled by innovation and have a passion for all things technology?Are you looking for a hands-on graduate scheme with a blossoming company in the heart of Cambridge Science Park?Do you want to work with technology that supports the latest innovation in gaming, simulation, education, and commerce?
DisplayLink is an international software and chip company whose technology is utilized in products produced by the leading PC brands in the industry. Our cutting edge products are shaping the world of tech one circuit at a time.
At DisplayLink we’re looking for ambitious, analytical graduates to join our rotational software and hardware schemes. If you’ve got a 2:1 in any STEM subject, whether that’s Computer Science or Physics, we want you to apply.
Why work for Display Link?
We are a growing company with no constraints on graduates. Flexibility is key when learning and training. You will have a voice in every project you work on, and be able to rotate within your own department for maximum exposure. We value autonomy at every level, so forget micromanagement and embrace this truly hands-on learning experience of a lifetime.
DisplayLink will provide you with unparalleled agile working methodologies as well as collaboration and mentoring day in, day out.
People at DisplayLink are proud of everything we achieve - together. With dedicated scrum rooms and all company weekly meetings, you’ll learn from the best and excel at a rapid pace.
We invest back into the community, hosting and sponsoring events across Cambridge, including local meetups, the Cambridge Agile Exchange and the regional testing community. It’s a good measure of how transparent and centred around learning the culture is within the company.
Integrated Circuit Design involves the creation of electronic components such as transistors, resistors, capacitors and everything in between; the basic elements of modern microelectronics. At DisplayLink, this area is is split into two groups; design verification simulations and FPGA. Within this, the back end team are responsible for the actual physical development of the chip.
Join our IC Design team to design and implement our innovative network display products which are natively supported in a number of operating systems including Chrome, Windows, Mac and Linux. You will be involved in many or all aspects of the design process from specification and architecture through RTL design of modules, functional verification, synthesis and timing closure, to silicon validation and production test. Optimisation and enhancement of device level architecture are also key aspects of this role.
We’ll equip you with real world skills to deal with practical technical and engineering problems - to find solutions within design and simulations.
This will set you up to work closely on our ground breaking chips - which get used in all of our hardware, including the very first wireless VR headsets.
You must be fascinated by change and growth. This industry never stops developing, so if you’re willing to pick up new skills every day in an electrical environment, apply here.
We invest heavily in training, including a graduate learning budget which will enable you to upskill in a particular area of hardware which fascinates you.
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- Technology & IT, Telecommunications
- Cambridge, UK
- 51-200 employees
- Founded in 2003