Nasdaq-traded semiconductor company Marvell is expanding its Canadian presence in Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver with plans for ongoing growth.
The company has added over 120 new employees to the Marvell Canada team this year to support the continued growth and scale of its global operations.
“Marvell’s expanding presence in Canada advances our commitment to hiring top semiconductor talent across major hubs globally,” said Matt Murphy, President and Chief Executive Officer, Marvell.
“Canada has become a major destination for technology and innovation, with a growing pool of semiconductor talent. We are excited to further build our presence in the country and contribute to this growing and thriving community.”
Marvell’s engineers in Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver work on developing critical technologies and solutions for the fastest growing, most lucrative end markets in semiconductors, including cloud, 5G, and automotive.
The growing talent pool across these cities is highly skilled in areas of software, digital, analog and mixed-signal IC engineering, hardware, as well as customer enablement functions.
With a significant number of new and existing customer deployments across its core markets, Marvell has become the essential partner for cloud-optimized silicon and that demand will continue fueling the company’s strong growth in the years to come.
In the coming months, Marvell also plans to establish closer ties with leading Canadian academic institutions, including established partnerships with University of Toronto, Carleton University and University of Waterloo, through collaboration on various programs such as internship opportunities, recruitment fairs and talent acquisition. Additionally, Marvell has plans to engage with eight additional universities for the 2023 calendar year.
“We appreciate the support we’ve received from the Canadian government and look forward to growing our company in Canada as part of the vibrant innovation ecosystems in Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver,” said Nizar Rida, Vice President of Engineering and Country Manager for Marvell Canada.