Intel Power Modeling Systems Engineer in Austin, Texas
Designs and develops electronic equipment or systems oriented products and prepares related installation, operation, and maintenance specifications and instructions, analyzes equipment to establish operating data and conducts experimental tests, analyzes engineering proposals and related technical data to determine feasibility of assigning new equipment or modifying existing equipment.
Responsible for prototype construction and checkout, complies operational data and prepares customer application information. Responds to customer/client requests or events as they occur. Develops solutions to problems utilizing formal education and judgement.
Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineer or similar. Working experience in battery powered product development and power modeling.
In addition, should have 4+ years’ experience with the following:
Experience Broad system knowledge using complex power models, working extensively with Excel and other power modeling tools
Experience working with platform and subsystem architects and implementation leads etc. to create accurate and flexible models which guide power optimized product development
Strong system knowledge of multiple domains, including at least some of the following: multi-core systems, internal and external memory subsystems, power grids, RF, Power Management IC's, Power model development
Power modeling that supports data driven, power informed decision making
Must be willing to work collaboratively across multiple geographical sites
Cellular or wireless experience desirable
Strong analytical skills
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Intel is one of the largest suppliers of chips for the communications market. The Intel Communications group is focused on designing and building communications technologies such as Ethernet connectivity products, optical components, communications processing solutions and broadband products.
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