Intel Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) is leading the way to transform the Datacenter with a portfolio of FPGA accelerated platforms and software frameworks for end applications such as VRAN and Cloud Infrastructure Processing. In this position, you will be joining the Customer Experience Group as an Intel Architecture software applications engineer specializing in systems featuring Intel processors and FPGA devices.
A successful candidate is a Network systems engineer who has hands-on experience with Networking systems such as SmartNIC or Infrastructure processing platforms featuring Xeon processors and FPGA based accelerators.
Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
Review system architectural specification requirements and design a best-in-class customer journey by identifying user collateral assets such as user guides, application notes and design examples, use cases, user personas and customer touchpoints (such as the web, git repository, forums etc.) Evaluate the product releases and liaise with engineering to provide feedback on customer use cases and ease of use Develop technical assets such as user guides, application notes, design examples, demos and customer training that will enable users to successfully design with our products Respond to customer technical questions, debug, reproduce customer issues, drive issue resolution with the engineering organization as well as drive Close-Loop Corrective Action (CLCA)
The successful candidate should possess a Master of Science degree in Computer/Electrical Engineering, or Computer Science, and 3 years of experience; or alternatively a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer/Electrical Engineering with a minimum five years of related applications engineering or system design experience.
Minimum qualifications include:
Experience with Linux Architecture, kernel, drivers, user space applications and tools
Experience with device and kernel driver development with Linux
Experience with installation and trouble-shooting of Operating Systems such as Windows, Linux Distributions (e.g. CentOS, RHEL, Ubuntu OS)
Experience with boot software (UEFI or Uboot), PXE Boot, BIOS
Experience with debugging system level issues over PCIe protocol
Preferred qualifications include:
Experience with debugging system level issues in cloud and telco infrastructure equipment
Experience with networking software such as Intel Data plane development kit (DPDK), Open Virtual Switch (OvS), Intel Storage Plane Development Kit (SPDK) etc.
Experience with networking protocols and frameworks such as OvS, IPSeC, MacSeC, Storage Plane Offload with RDMA, ROCE etc.Inside this Business Group
The Data Center & Artificial Intelligence Group (DCAI) is at the heart of Intel’s transformation from a PC company to a company that runs the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices. The data center is the underpinning for every data-driven service, from artificial intelligence to 5G to high-performance computing, and DCG delivers the products and technologies—spanning software, processors, storage, I/O, and networking solutions—that fuel cloud, communications, enterprise, and government data centers around the world.
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