As we grow Intel’s business in all segments, we are seeking an outstanding technology leader to be the general manager of a corporate-wide Memory and I/O charter that is hosted in the Data Center Group. She/he is expected to lead this technical organization by bringing a strategic vision, industry experience and technical knowledge of all key aspects of Memory and I/O technologies, along with operational competence in technology portfolio management and efficient platform integration, as well as leadership of industry standardization and roadmap aligned ecosystem enabling.
·Lead the Memory and I/O Pathfinding and Enabling team of 80-100 architects, technologists and program staff in DCG/IPAG.
·Responsible for a Portfolio of Memory and I/O technologies for all Intel platforms (HPC, Enterprise, Cloud, Client, Phone, IOT, etc.) covering strategy, architecture, industry standardization, validation and ecosystem enabling.
·Define and optimize the architecture of system (memory, I/O) interfaces with as-appropriate industry standardization.
·Coordinate Memory and I/O program delivery that is aligned and synergistic across BU platform planning, SoC IP roadmaps and TMG technologies development for optimum cross-technology and cross-segment efficiency and adoption.
Inside this Business Group
The accomplished individual will have demonstrated results in each of the following areas.
Strategic & Technical Expertise in Memory and I/O Domains: Multi-generational working knowledge and experience in Platform Memory and I/O technologies such as PCI Express, USB, Coherency Protocols, DDR, LPDDR, etc. and associated Architectures of Protocol, Physical Layer, Controller, SoC and MCP interfaces. Knowledge of packaging technologies and high speed signaling. HW/SW interface compatibility in the evolution of interfaces for multi-generational scalability.
Industry Leadership in Pathfinding: Consistent track record of identifying technology trends and future market segment requirements, with the ability to drive pathfinding for best-of-class specifications along with standardization strategy for intellectual property leadership. Ability to define technology-product intercepts with appropriate platform enabling programs that successfully deliver high volume lead platform adoption along with cross-product interoperability and cross-segment leverage.
People & Stakeholder Management: Embodies a collaborative and trustworthy attitude to develop and maintain stakeholder, partner and community relationships and deliver on commitment. Extensive experience in successfully leading virtual teams in highly matrixed environments, often with limited authority. Track record of high impact technical staff mentored and managed for career leaps.
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.
California, Santa Clara;