Intel Sr. uArch-RTL-Logic Design Engineer in Santa Clara, California
The Scalable Performance CPU group is looking for a high-energy and passionate engineer to help develop state of the art products fueling Intel's growth in the data center.
'We are seeking an experienced uArch/Logic/ RTL design engineer to join a diverse team designing products for the High Performance Computing, AI and Custom CPU markets.
In this specific role, you will be part of a multi-functional team responsible for architecting, developing and deploying FPGA prototypes for next-gen SoC/ASIC architectures to enable validation of HW/SW architecture, interactions and performance.
Collaborate with HW/SW architects to gather prototype requirements and define architecture.
Define Micro-architecture of logic blocks while making power/performance/area trade-offs and write detailed specifications.
Develop RTL for logic blocks and participate in Front End activities like Synthesis, Timing Closure & FPGA implementation.
Collaborate with design verification team to develop a detailed verification test-plan and support simulation bring-up/debug and bug fixes.
Collaborate with HW/SW engineers to enable lab bring-up/debug of prototype.
BS degree in ECE or CS Engineering with 8 years of industry experience OR a MS degree in ECE or CS Engineering with 5 years of industry experience.
3+ years of experience with VLSI, VLSI design and/or logic design.
3+ years of experience with Computer Architecture
Experience with Logic Design or Design-For-Test (DFT) or Design-For-Debug (DFD).
Experience with Microprocessor or Chip-set design methods.
Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills.
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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.
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