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Brion Technologies average salary is $41,860, median salary is $41,860 with a salary range from $39,520 to $44,200.
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39,520
Average
41,860
Median
41,860
High
44,200
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Management Analyst 44,200-44,200 Ruskin, FL, 33570 2013 Brion Technologies Management Analyst Salaries (2)
Brion Technologies Ruskin, FL Salaries
Management Analyst 39,520-39,520 Ruskin, FL, 33570 2010 Brion Technologies Management Analyst Salaries (2)
Brion Technologies Ruskin, FL Salaries
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  • Brion Technologies Incorporated
  • Industry: Technology Consulting
  • City: Santa Clara, CA
  • The incredibly small feature sizes of the structures forming silicon chips at the 65 nm technology node and below (and the incredibly thin layers used to construct them) means that these designs are increasingly subject to variability in the manufacturing process. The result can be wide variations in timing and leakage power between chips and even across the surface of a single chip.The traditional approach of guard-banding against this sort of thing can leave a lot of performance on the table (this is not a good thing). Well, suppose I could tell you of a way to reduce timing variability