The Application Engineer is primarily a Software Engineer/Developer. Significant contribution also result when the AE acts as a product evangelist, program/project manager and a marketer. Application Engineers act as consultants and provide support to third party product developers. AEs help developers create or move their products to IA, achieve the best performance of their applications on IA, and prepare collateral material to capture methods and demonstrate their results. Key Duties and responsibilities: Make sure that software products by leading software vendors (ISVs and corp. developers) run best on Intel's latest and upcoming platforms and technologies. Support and influence SW developers during all phases of SW development cycle incl. feature definition, project setup, project execution, tech support for go-to-market - 50% of time. Providing technical training, consultation, and hands-on assistance to SW developers in areas of architecturing, technologies, code development, testing and tuning of SW apps - 20% of time. Provide training, consultation, and hands-on assistance to SW developers using the Intel SW Tools; evangelise Intel SW Tools and technologies to SW developer community - 10% of time. As SW and Intel technology expert, author technical papers and training courses; provide expertise to customers and peer Intel orgs - 10% of time. Contribute to Intel SW and HW product development by providing tech feedback to Intel product teams - 10% of time.
Inside this Business Group
Intel Labs, the New Business Initiatives group (NBI), the Perceptual Computing Group and the New Devices Group (NDG). Additionally, New Devices Group and the New Business Initiatives group were combined into the New Business Group (NBG) which nests into NTG.