Creates, defines and develops system validation environment and test suites. Uses and applies emulation and platformlevel tools and techniques to ensure performance to spec. Responsible for the development of methodologies, execution of validation plans, and debug of failures. Requires broad understanding of multiple system areas and requires interfaces with Architecture, Design, and Presilicon Validation teams in improving postsilicon test content and providing feedback for future ondie debug features.
-B.Tech/M Tech. Electronics with 3-8 years in working on embedded system product validation -Good knowledge of embedded SW , HW design -Must have solid hands-on experience in board bring ups, debugging SW, firmware and BIOS issues effectively, should be able to analyse various logs and traces to do system level debug and identify the root cause effectively -Well verse with usage of different HW and SW tools used in testing and debugging embedded client platforms -Understands the technical concepts, architecture, systems, development methods, and disciplines associated with the defined projects, applies the knowledge to deliverables, and leverages it to accelerate project completion. -Programming knowledge of python-based SW development would be an added advantage. -Very good HW debug and problem solving skills -Knowledge of microprocessor based HW design skills would be an added advantage -Expertise in working on platform development in any of the intel groups and good debugging HWs is desirable -Very good system level know how with deep expertise in any of the ingredients like multimedia (audio, video), connectivity (BT, WIFI, GNSS), storage (NVM, SATA, Optane), IO (Type-C, USB, Thunderbolt) technologies will be added advantage -Very good understanding of Software Engineering and Design methodologies -The candidate must be confident, self-sufficient, learn quickly, and have strong problem solving skills. -Able to explore technical options and objectively compare alternatives and tradeoffs -Understanding of the SDLC and industry-standard SW design principles