I joined Imagination fresh from graduation. Having no prior experience in industry, I was nervous about how I was going to perform. The good news was that thankfully no one really expected me to be an expert on day one. The environment itself is friendly and open, encouraging you to ask any questions directed at anyone. I was rather surprised by the important responsibilities handed over to me. My learning curve was steep but not difficult thanks to the support of my seniors and peers.
The diversity and the challenge present in every project here is truly amazing and enriching. The environment remains fun thanks to weekend parties and occasional trips that we have together. It's an experience of a lifetime.
I am a product of the 80’s, an epoch in scientific history when technology, electronics and electronic communication systems advanced by leaps and bounds. Right since the beginning of my undergraduate education I was intrigued by signal processing as a subject and the wide variety of its applications. Imagination Technologies provided me with just the right platform to kick start my career in the domain of communication and multimedia DSP algorithms and coprocessors.
My tryst with the signal processing industry started from the day I joined the Ensigma audio team at Imagination’s Indian Development Center as an intern. Six months on, I become an employee. The division is involved in providing solutions for different audio and speech codec’s and standalone system tests for the same, which finally gets integrated into various Ensigma UCCP IP platforms.My tryst with the signal processing industry started from the day I joined the Ensigma audio team at Imagination’s Indian Development Center as an intern. Six months on, I become an employee. The division is involved in providing solutions for different audio and speech codec’s and standalone system tests for the same, which finally gets integrated into various Ensigma UCCP IP platforms.
These last eleven months has been a steady learning curve, certainly different from academia, yet deeply involved with next generation technology. Now I have a much better understanding of digital signal processors . Since my responsibility includes optimizing codec’s at assembly language level, I get to appreciate the intricacies of making the processor tick . It’s a thrill to observe how your code keeps evolving to suit the target requirements and how it deviates from theory yet fundamentally remaining the same. The work culture here involves a good mixture of individual and team work. My fellow teammates are very open to discussions and willing to respond to all my queries.
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