Intel CPU RAS (Reliability, Availability, Serviceability) Architect in Santa Clara, California
Come join our Datacenter Processor Architecture team as a CPU RAS Architect. Help us architect advanced RAS (Reliability, Availability, Serviceability) and Error Handling capabilities and solutions for datacenter microprocessor and SoC’s. You will help drive the definition of Intel's datacenter and server microprocessors from first concept, through design, validation and all the way to production. RAS architects work closely with Intel business units, platform teams, front-end design and validation team while collaborating with Intel's fabs to help optimize power, performance and cost. You will also work with Intel's largest customers to gain a deep understanding of real-world needs and applications. .
Define, document and communicate RAS and Error Handling requirements to components/ subsystems, and review implementations for correctness and completeness.
Assess and identify error mitigations to address the needs of a wide range of market segments.
Participate in new product development, comprehend customer technical requirements, develop architectural solutions to meet those requirements
Author specifications and other technical collateral
Work with design and verification teams to ensure implementation is in accordance with the specification
Bachelor's degree with 6+ years, Master's degree with 4+ years, or PhD degree with 2+ year of relevant work experience in CPU architecture and logic design and validation.
Focus area should include RAS architecture and interaction with operating system software and platform firmware in a datacenter.
6+ years of experience in architecture/logic design, including 3+ years of experience in processor RAS features, error handling, detection, and recovery
Knowledge of modern architectural techniques regarding reliability of microprocessors.
In-depth understanding of the interaction of machine check architecture and error flows with system firmware/software.
Detailed knowledge of multiprocessor system architecture, memory and input- output subsystems, high-speed interconnects, operating systems/hypervisors, platform firmware, Error correcting codes (ECC).
Experience in RTL development design environments
Experience successfully interacting with cross-disciplinary teams, tracking deliverables and milestones, with attention to detail.
Strong debug experience.
Inside this Business Group
The Platform Engineering Group (PEG) is responsible for the design, development, and production of system-on-a-chip (SoC) products that go into Intel’s next generation client and mobile platforms. PEG strives to lead the industry moving forward through product innovation and world class engineering.
US, Oregon, Hillsboro
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