Jim Reisert

Work History

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April 2004 - present
Senior Staff Engineer at Broadcom Corporation in Andover, MA. I work in the Broadband Video Compression group doing functional logic verification for HD-DVD/Blu-ray chip designs. I worked on both the BCM7411 and BCM7440 series of chips.
March 2001 - March 2004
Principal Consulting Engineer at Paradigm Works, Inc. in Andover, MA. Paradigm Works specializes in ASIC design, verification and process.
December 1997 - February 2001
ASIC Engineer at Mint Technology, Inc. (now LSI Logic in Waltham, MA).
September 1995 - November 1997
Principal Engineer at SMSC Massachusetts, Inc. in Westboro, MA.
June 1986 - September 1995
Principal Engineer at Digital Equipment Corporation (various locations in MA). I designed the TURBOchannel interface of the DEC3000 series, the first workstations based on the Alpha architecture. These systems were announced in November, 1992. 147 of these workstations were delivered to the NASA Mission Control Space Center, where they were first used during the historic STS-71 mission when the Space Shuttle Atlantis docked with the Russian Space Station Mir.
DEC was acquired by Compaq who was in-turn acquired by Hewlett-Packard.

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