From: Teng, Joseph ([email protected])
Date: Tue Jun 20 2000 - 16:38:57 PDT
We are seeking experienced SI professionals to join our board/system
development team to design high-speed high-end servers at Intel Corporation,
Santa Clara, California.
The successful candidate will interface with chip designers, package
designers, board designers, and system designers, and focus in the
perspective of signal integrity. The position entails board and system level
designs and analyses. This individual will execute all SI-related activities
encountered in board and system designs, such as routing rules, board
stackups, interconnect designs, clock distribution, power distribution, test
and measurement, device modeling, measurement/simulation correlation, noise
and timing margins, etc. This individual should understand how a design will
impact on signal integrity and be able to recommend feasible solutions. This
position is located in Santa Clara, California.
* A thorough understanding of signal integrity issues, such as transmission
line theory, device modeling, and EMI/EMC.
* Familiarity with at least one signal simulation tool, such as
SPECCTRAQuest, XTK, xSPICE, etc.
* A track record of success in the area of signal integrity.
* Effective verbal and written communications skills.
* Discipline for working with a team in a collaborative and effective
* Familiarity with Intel server architectures, board/backplane designs,
fabrication processes and tools, a plus.
For immediate consideration, please send your resume to Joseph Teng,
[email protected] <mailto:[email protected]>
For more information about Intel, visit our web site at www.intel.com
<http://www.intel.com> . Intel offers excellent compensation and benefits
that include employee profit sharing, stock ownership plans, periodic paid
sabbaticals, and relocation assistance. Intel Corporation is an equal
opportunity employer and fully supports affirmative action practices. Intel
also supports a drug-free workplace and requires that all offers of
employment be contingent on satisfactory pre-employment drug test results.
Intel and the Intel logo are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
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