Intel Corp. Hillsboro , OR 97123
Director of Architecture for Persistant MemoryJob Description
Director of Architecture, Persistent Memories will be responsible for managing teams to define the architecture and provide leadership to the implementation of Persistent Memories in Intel CPU-based platforms for the datacenter.
In this role, the Director of Architecture leads a team of architects that along with the CPU and system architecture teams define the Persistent Memory subsystem and the DIMM architecture.
This team works with Planning and Marketing functions during the early definition phase to incorporate market and customer requirements; with Design Engineering (Silicon, Firmware and Software) teams during the implementation phase, and with Validation, Characterization and Productization Engineering teams during product validation phase.
In each case, the Director of Architecture is expected to be a senior member of the cross-functional team and provide substantial leadership to each phase of the product and act as the primary coordinator of various engineering teams responsible to the business unit.
Furthermore, Director of Architecture also manages the Power and Performance Characterization team. This team characterizes key performance and power traits of the product against the specifications, and implements trade-offs to optimize value prop of the product for different applications.
20+ years of semiconductor industry experience with background in computer architecture, CPU design and memory subsystem design; demonstrated contributions to the field.
MS or PhD in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science.
Track record of leading engineering teams that architected, implemented and productized commercially successful products.
Understanding of Intel Xeon server platforms and roadmap.
Knowledge of memory, networking and storage technologies
Demonstrated ability to successfully engage customers and ecosystem partners in enablement, bring up and deployment phases.
Ability to work with and provide leadership to a highly matrixed organization that is geographically diverse.
Strong communication, collaboration and interpersonal skills are a must as this position requires interaction at multiple levels within Intel and across a variety of job functions.
Inside this Business Group
The Data Center Group (DCG) 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 technologiesspanning software, processors, storage, I/O, and networking solutionsthat fuel cloud, communications, enterprise, and government data centers around the world.
US, Arizona, Phoenix;US, California, Folsom;US, California, Santa Clara
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Position of Trust
This role is a Position of Trust. Should you accept this position, you must consent to and pass an extended Background Investigation, which includes (subject to country law), extended education, SEC sanctions, and additional criminal and civil checks. For internals, this investigation may or may not be completed prior to starting the position. For additional questions, please contact your Recruiter..