Job Description You will be responsible for driving System Validation of the Ethernet IP in Intel SoCs and discrete cards. As a system validation engineer, you will be expected to work on silicon as well as emulation/FPGA. This job profile includes test plan development, test content development, validation execution in our state of-the-art lab, results analysis, bug detection and root cause analysis. You should be able to work independently with minimal guidance. You are expected to work cross-functionally with other team members, including HW, FW, SW, compiler and driver teams. Self-motivation and problem solving are valued as you will need to understand silicon, board, firmware and software interactions.
Qualifications:Should have a Bachelor's/Master's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or equivalent. Should be able to understand hardware specification documents and develop test plan and content code design for validation of the same. Should have 2-3 years of experience in pre-silicon or post-silicon validation. Should have 2-3 years of experience in software development, preferably C++, and good software engineering practices. Should have at least 1 year of experience in Linux/Unix environment, linux programming expertise both in user and kernel space. Should have good communication skills and be a team player. Should be able to plan own tasks factoring in dependencies across the board. Should be comfortable making decisions that will impact your own or adjacent projects.Experience with the following would be a plus:Ethernet protocols and network concepts. BIOS/Firmware development. Jenkins, Git, Gerrit and TFS+.
Inside this Business Group
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.