Posted On Apr 20

Server SoC Post-Si System Validation Engineer


Location : Bengaluru, Karnataka

Headquarters : United States

Hiring Mode : Full Time

Experience : Mid Level

Job Description
Bachelor's/Master's in Hardware Engineering or Electrical/Electronic Engineering or Computer Engineering or Computer Science Excellent Problem solving skills combined with good communication skills required to work in a high dynamic cross team and cross site environments. Ability to learn fast.

Usage of any Post-Si debug tools e.g., logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, things like Chip Scope on FPGA's C C++ and Python are the most useful languages for our work. VLSI concepts Power Management resent Familiarity with FW (embedded uC debug ARC or Extensa LX series uC preferred Knowledge of ARM PM concepts e.g PQ channel General clocking concepts PLL's, RO's, etc Ability to debug interactions between different microcontrollers Understanding power delivery concepts, VR interactions, etc Mesh Coherency Knowledge of coherence algorithm MESI, MOESI, MESIF, etc Experience with SoC fabrics (AXI, ACE or other AMBA protocols Understanding transaction flows through the system. PCI Express we can leverage this expertise for other IO's, like CXL Familiarity with any generation of the PCI Express specification Usage of 3rd party PCIe Analyzers very helpful Tek, Lecroy Memory Expertise in any DDR technology. Usage of 3rd party DDR Analyzers very helpful Tek, Lecroy, etc Other useful backgrounds Security, Virtualization, RAS

Inside this Business Group

The everyday contributions of the Intel Validation Engineering (iVE) team are essential to retaining/regaining Intel's product leadership. We validate, debug, and tune the newest designs and world-changing technologies that enrich the lives of every person on earth. We play a critical role in completing the PRQs of Intel products and in Intel's ability to deliver the annual technology platforms in our roadmap.

Legal Disclaimer:

Intel prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender expression or identity, sexual orientation or any other legally protected status.

It has come to our notice that some people have received fake job interview letters ostensibly issued by Intel, inviting them to attend interviews in Intel’s offices for various positions and further requiring them to deposit money to be eligible for the interviews. We wish to bring to your notice that these letters are not issued by Intel or any of its authorized representatives. Hiring at Intel is based purely on merit and Intel does not ask or require candidates to deposit any money. We would urge people interested in working for Intel, to apply directly at and not fall prey to unscrupulous elements.