The Computer Reliability Architect develops concepts and models for fault injection, propagation and evaluation of impact of faults on program behavior and user experience. Additionally, the Computer Reliability Architect develops and evaluates new features, architectures and IP for improving product quality, specifically in the areas of SER, hard faults and ELF targeted at Intel server products
The computer reliability architect will:
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates.
Master's degree Computer Engineering or Computer Science or any related discipline with 3+ years of experience or PhD in Computer Engineering or Computer Science or any related discipline + 2 years of experience
1+ years of experience or equivalent coursework:
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Requirements listed would be obtained through a combination of industry relevant job experience, internship experiences and or schoolwork/classes/research.
Intel Architecture, Graphics, and Software (IAGS) brings Intel's technical strategy to life. We have embraced the new reality of competing at a product and solution level—not just a transistor one. We take pride in reshaping the status quo and thinking exponentially to achieve what's never been done before. We've also built a culture of continuous learning and persistent leadership that provides opportunities to practice until perfection and filter ambitious ideas into execution.
US, California, Santa Clara;US, Oregon, Hillsboro;US, Texas, Austin
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance.