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About the Team and Role:
Come join Intel's Devices Development Group in Pre-Silicon Validation. DDG is responsible for designing Client SoCs and develop some of Intel’s flagship products. We envision the future of computing and design for the next generation of laptop and desktop computers. In this role you will be working as part of a pre-silicon validation team for future Intel SoCs and IPs.
What You Get to Do:
- Validation of an IP or feature, either directly or at the system level
- Creating plans and tests for validating portions of a complex microarchitecture using written specs, RTL code and other tests as a guide
- Learning the architecture and microarchitecture by debugging failures to the root cause
- Developing and utilizing various debug and validation tools and/or methodologies to implement validation plans with the goal being to ensure a solid design
- Participating in the debug of failures on silicon and developing new testing strategies to detect these failures on RTL models
- Engaging with IP providers and customers to define, develop and deliver necessary infrastructure and address issues found during execution
- Developing tools and methods to streamline IP development and SOC integration to deliver highest quality in shortest time possible
- Developing debugging tools and software
This position is not eligible for Intel immigration sponsorship.
The Devices Development Group (DDG) is a global organization focused on the development and integration of SOCs, critical IPs including Atom and chipsets that power Intel's leadership products. This business group leverages an incomparable mix of experts with different backgrounds, cultures, perspectives, and experiences to unleash the most innovative, amazing, and exciting computing experiences.
US, Oregon, Hillsboro;
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