ResponsibilitiesIn this position, you will be responsible for server chipset test development. Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
- Having close partnership with design and product development engineers to deliver Design-for-Test DFT solutions
- Participating in DFT development like DFT architecture definition and test plans definition
- Responsible for Verilog* and/or VHDL test bench creation and/or debug, test writing, Register Transfer Level RTL simulation, Gate Level Simulation GLS, analog simulation, performance validation, VTPSim* Verilog* test pattern simulator, silicon debug on tester or on other platform like system level
- Developing highly optimized test vectors by using state-of-the-art vector conversion tool and methods
- Developing, integrating and optimizing test program through characterization and other techniques - Developing or designing test hardware for example test interface unit
- Managing silicon debug to check out all the structural and functional tests
- Qualifying new products and performing detailed test program analysis to ensure product startup with low Defect per Million DPM, low test time, good yield and meeting other product health indicators before passing over to factory product engineering group for high volume manufacturing
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Qualifications: Bachelor's deg in Electronics, Electrical, Microelectronics or Computer Engineering with 3.40 CGPA. Knowledge in C++*, Perl*, VHDL*, Verilog*, digital logic, CMOS and hardware design is preferred. You should also have good communication and leadership skills. Chipset integrated circuit testing and high volume manufacturing experience would be an added advantage.
The Data Center Group (DCG) is at the heart of Intel’s transformation from a PC company to a company that runs the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices. The data center is the underpinning for every data-driven service, from artificial intelligence to 5G to high-performance computing, and DCG delivers the products and technologies—spanning software, processors, storage, I/O, and networking solutions—that fuel cloud, communications, enterprise, and government data centers around the world.