Design Engniring Mr. T (Sendai Head Office)
Mr. T

Please tell us how you came to join the company.

For many years, I worked in the semiconductor division of a general electronics manufacturer to develop embedded memory for system LSIs. During this time, I was approached by an employee who I had previously worked with, and learned about the company’s work and employment conditions. Although it is a new field, I decided to join the company because I was attracted to the opportunity to utilize my past experience and be directly involved in the direction of MRAM development.

Please tell us about what you felt after joining the company.

I had never had the opportunity to talk directly with top management, so it was refreshing. You also don’t have to be given detailed instructions on how to complete your work, so you can do it your own way.

Please tell us the details of the work you are involved in.

Currently, I am in charge of designing the high-speed and error correction circuits in the circuit design of the MRAM itself. I am designing by accessing the company’s EWS (Linux) from my PC using an X terminal emulator. We use the latest design CAD tools to perform everything from system design to layout (including P&R).

What do you find attractive about your job?

MRAM is a device that is still growing, and I think it’s wonderful that it has the potential to improve its performance with your own ideas. Another attractive feature is the work environment, where you can discuss and deepen your understanding with highly skilled colleagues at any time. Additionally, Power Spin has a stock option system, and if the company goes public, employees will be able to benefit from it, so I’m looking forward to that as well.

Please tell us about your future goals.

We believe that products equipped with MRAM will be useful to many people and will even be used in products that improve the quality of life. The basic features of MRAM are very good. Therefore, as a designer, I would like to contribute to improving the performance and lowering the cost of MRAM so that it can be used in a variety of products.