3D XPoint Technology is a revolutionary new memory technology which is projected to transform the compute memory hierarchy as well as to blow away the performance of conventional storage solutions.The 3DXP Component Design team is a small, tightly knit group of circuit and logic designers located in Folsom and Santa Clara California who are dedicated to making this new technology successful.
As an upstart small business within Intel, we can't afford to set artificial bounds on the responsibilities of folks on our team - so although everyone has primary job responsibilities, its all hands on deck to solve problems and get the job done.
The 3DXP Component Design Team is currently looking for the right person to take a technical leadership role in the design and analysis of our array core architecture and also development & functionality - someone who will seize the opportunity to work across functional teams to find ways to address performance and technology gaps that enable a path to meet the long term 3DXP program goals.
The key responsibilities of this person include the following:
Technical Leadership: There are plenty of challenges facing this new technology. As a technical leader on the team, this person will need to work with other key stakeholders across multiple disciplines to identify the most important design & technology challenges, understand all the relevant design capabilities, simulated expect behavior and observed data, and then help direct the team to find and execute the best solutions.
Excellent communication: Working on a new technology, much of the key learnings are happening on the fly and there is limited documentation. As a leader on the team, this person is expected to drive clarity across the organization by clearly communicating and summarizing problems, status, data, and proposals both orally and in writing such that others can more quickly come up to speed and get aligned.
Excellent teamwork: With a relatively small team, we need everyone to help out however and wherever they can. This means being flexible in assignment as dictated by program needs and may include direct or indirect supervision of junior team members or working independently. With the bulk of the design team located in Folsom, this will likely mean regular travel back and forth between sites until enough connectivity has been built to enable maximum output from Santa Clara.
Lead by example: This is a team which values doers and expects everyone to chip in to meet our deliverables. As a senior technical leader, this person will be expected to provide inputs and expertise wherever possible within the design team and to step up to lead the way out of whatever challenges the design team may face.
Eagerness to learn: Initially the focus will be on array functionality and algo optimization for the most recently developed products but ultimately expanding to whatever is necessary to help the 3DXP design team to succeed
Behavioral & technical skills for this position include the following:
Excellent background in memory array design and architecture
Strong background in nonvolatile memory support circuits that enable addressing, power management, reference generation & distribution, and current control
Ability to thrive in a highly cross functional and collaborative environment
Excellent written and verbal communication
Demonstrated ability to lead technical development
Qualifications minimum skills and experience:
MSEE with 15+ years or BSEE with 12+ years of prior experience
Knowledge of Cadence schematic & layout tool suit and Spice/FastSpice simulation tools
Knowledge of design model building and validation methodologies
Some experience building teams, managing projects, developing employees
Inside this Business Group
Non-Volatile Solutions Memory Group: The Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group is a worldwide organization that delivers NAND flash memory products for use in Solid State Drives (SSDs), portable memory storage devices, digital camera memory cards, and other devices. The group is responsible for NVM technology design and development, complete Solid State Drive (SSD) system hardware and firmware development, as well as wafer and SSD manufacturing.