Data Center Power Platform Application Engineer
In this position, you will be enabling the industry's best server platforms as a Power Integrity Applications engineer for the Data Center Platform Applications Engineering (DCPAE) organization. We seek a power engineer to work with Intel design teams and global customers to define and develop server and workstation platform power delivery solutions. You will work to enable customer designs by providing design collateral and tools for Intel processors, chipsets, and other platform components.
Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
� Working with customers to ensure design feasibility, robustness, and launch readiness.
� Representing customer technical needs in new product development teams.
� Predicting and resolving technical issues associated with platform integration.
� Developing customer communication and collateral including design guides, specifications, training material, and test tools that support Intel's and customers' reliability and schedule goals.
The ideal candidate should exhibit the following behavioral traits:
� Listens, understands, and responds professionally to customer questions/issues.
� Candidate must work independently, multitask effectively, and exhibit strong influencing skills and customer orientation.
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Qualifications listed as preferred or additional will be considered a plus factor for applicants.
Candidate must possess a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science (or equivalent) with 7+ years or directly related experience in design and test of power regulation systems for computing platforms.
7+ years of experience in:
� Analog power delivery design and power management
� Motherboard design
� With package and motherboard power delivery, time domain and frequency domain simulation and/or sensitivity analysis would be an added advantage
� With Sigrity simulation tools (Power SI and/or PowerDC), Cadence Schematic and board layout tools, and HSpice would be an added advantage
� Experience with voltage regulator design, power control theory as well as trouble shooting skill in VR14 and SVID.
� Experience with board level simulation on DC analysis, transient and Z(f) is a plus.
� Knowledge in platform system architecture, I/O circuit design, structures and topologies
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