System Validation Engineer
This position is part of the post-silicon team that is focused on bringing the leading edge Intel Atom(TM) processors to market. Configured in state of the art SoCs, the Atom emphasis is to enable an incredible user experience with highly integrated functionality while driving the industry with longer battery life. As part of the Center of Excellence for Atom development, this team is located in Austin, TX.
You will be responsible for driving the System Validation of Low Power Atom SoCs, which includes validation execution in our state of-the-art lab, results analysis, bug detection and root cause analysis. You must be able to develop relationships and work cross-functionally with other team members, including HW, SW, compiler and driver teams. Self motivation and problem solving are valued as you will need to understand silicon, board and software interactions. You will need to provide internal and/or external customer support through TMEs.
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates. Experience listed below would be obtained through a combination of your school work/research and/or relevant previous job and/or internship experiences.
- Must have an MS or Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Computer Science with a focus on modeling
- Minimum 1 year experience with embedded software development
- Minimum 6 months experience with post silicon validation
- 1+ years experience with debug
- 1+ years experience in at least one of the following:
- SoC Communications
- SoC Security Features
- Low Power Design/Testing
Nov 30, 2012
Mar 30, 2013
Employees in the Intel Architecture Group (IAG) deliver innovative platforms across computing and communication segments including data centers, mobile and desktop personal computers, handhelds, embedded devices and consumer electronics. Intel's industry leading technology is used to create integrated hardware and software solutions such as processors, chipsets, communication radios, graphics processors, motherboards, and networking components that deliver capabilities from security and manageability to computing performance and energy efficiency. IAG employees are at the forefront of enabling a new era of computing that is more integrated into all aspects of our daily lives.
Atom(TM) and SoC Development Group
Employees in Intel's Atom(TM) and SoC Development Group design and implement the Intel mobile technology used in notebooks, netbooks, nettops, phones, ultra-mobile PCs and other portable devices. Intel's industry leading technology includes processors, System-on-Chips (SoCs), Enhanced Data for GSM Environment (EDGE), Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS), High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA), Wi-Fi and WiMAX wireless radios. These technologies are driving the new mobile era of semiconductors, where people will carry their computing with them, making it truly personal. This group is growing very quickly, and has the broadest set of mobile and wireless technologies in the industry. The group developed and is producing the Intel Atom (TM) processor and several related products.
This position is part of the post-silicon team that is focused on bringing the leading edge Intel(R) Atom(TM)processors to market. Configured in state of the art SoCs, the Atom emphasis is to enable an incredible user experience with highly integrated functionality while driving the industry with longer battery life. As part of the Center of Excellence for Atom development, this team is located in sunny Austin, TX.
Job requires local resident or a relocation to Austin.
We will accept applications/resumes until 60 days after posting date or earlier at Intel’s discretion. Intel invites people of all ages currently enrolled in an academic institution (or graduated within the last 18 months) to apply.
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