Intel in Romania
Our Romania team has proven our value after years of growth in AI business, the Automotive Industry, Edge and Cloud Computing, Industrial Solutions, and Pre-Silicon Design and Verification.
We participate in developing all four superpowers of technology: artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, connectivity, and cloud computing.
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As the headquarters of Intel in Romania, Timisoara is home to approximately 200 employees and is managed by Cristian Tisan, Intel Romania's general manager.
Our engineering teams working here focus on the architecture, design, and development of core components of Intel’s AI proliferation, accelerating the AI business growth for the Client Computing Group (CCG) at Intel.
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Newly-launched Intel® AI PC
This new PC experience arrives with the upcoming Intel® Core™ Ultra processors, code-named Meteor Lake, featuring Intel’s first integrated neural processing unit, or NPU, for power-efficient AI acceleration and local inference on the PC.Learn more
In 2017, Intel expanded our presence in Galati, establishing two office buildings housing 80 employees. Our team is widely recognized for their expertise in software development and plays a pivotal role in creating scalable, flexible, and secure software solutions for the automotive and industrial sectors. We focus on various domains such as Advanced Driver Assist Systems, Autonomous Driving, Autonomous Mobile Robots and Smart Cities.
Brasov Remote Hub
Our Brasov hub hosts two business units, Programmable Solutions Group and Client Connectivity Division Designs. Brasov operates as a fully remote hub.
As part of Programmable Solutions Group, the team is responsible for Structured ASIC technology development with two distinct teams: Customer Programs, which has expertise in mapping customer designs onto Structured ASIC products, and Platform Architecture and Development, which defines various aspects of the platform’s microarchitecture. Structured ASIC technology's success relies significantly on both teams' essential contributions.
Furthermore, Client Connectivity Division Designs, part of CCG CPS, is doing pre-silicon validation of IPs, ensuring that the chips that go to tape-out are fully verified. The main connectivity products that our groups verify are 80 Gbps Thunderbolt™ technology and LAN products.
Intel® eASIC™ Devices
Intel® eASIC™ devices are structured ASICs, an intermediary technology between FPGAs and standard-cell ASICs.
Bucharest Remote Hub
Bucharest is a fully remote working hub and hosts two CCG CPS teams; one is part of the Wireless Connectivity Solutions group, and the other is part of the Client Connectivity Division.
Our Bucharest teams are experts in ASIC design verification flows, ensuring our products work properly. They are involved in all steps of the pre-silicon verification effort, from architecture definition to tape-out, and they also help in the post-silicon validation phase. Our teams have expertise in all major EDA verification tools like Cadence* Xcelium, Synopsys* VCS, and Siemens* EDA Questa, and they primarily design verification languages and methodologies (Specman, SystemVerilog, UVM).
The teams are working on leading-edge products such as ThunderBolt™ and Wi-Fi products.
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Hear From Our Employees
Cristian, Intel Romania General Manager
Intel Romania is expanding and growing its team, all while developing the latest technologies and contributing to different strategic areas of Intel® technologies and products. We recently spoke with Cristian Tisan, the general manager of Intel Romania, to find out what motivates him, what challenges our teams face, and why they think Intel is a perfect place to unleash one’s potential.Learn more
Dragos, AI Software Engineering Manager
If someone asked him about the best place to work, Dragos Carciumaru, AI software engineering manager, would say Intel without hesitation. We recently spoke with Dragos about his return to Intel, what he looks for in job candidates, and what makes Intel Romania special.Learn more
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