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Dan Steinberg


Dan Steinberg is a Hardware Engineer at Google. He has spent the last number of years developing hardware for the data center as part of the platforms team. Prior to joining Google, Dan spent 11 years at IDT designing, verifying, and leading teams working on complex ASICs, including SoCs, PCIe switches, and SSD controllers. Dan has presented several SNUG papers in years past on a range of subjects. His focus over the years has been on DV methodology and full-chip simulations. He holds a B.S.E.E. from the University of Maryland, and an M.S.E.E. from the Technion in Israel.

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