Intel's Turbo Boost Technology is an important part of Intel's product segmentation and a key part of Intel Core CPU's performance leadership.
Thermal Power Management and Architecture is the respected leader in Client Computing Group for optimizing Turbo-related power management and defining the thermally relevant workloads that enable CPU sustained performance.
Come join a team that works collaboratively with marketing, power delivery, customer enabling, architecture, and other power labs to optimize Intel's Core products to meet costumer cost and performance requirements and influence the next wave of client innovation.
In this position, you will be responsible for multidisciplinary research to optimize the balance of power, performance, and thermals for client system designs through data collection and lab experiments.
Engineering studies will include performance risk assessments, developing default setting recommendations, architectural studies of existing and contemplated features, defining new thermally relevant workloads, assessment of generation-
to-generation performance impacts, and debugging of customer or internally observed behavior. You will work across multiple Intel organizations including silicon, power delivery, architecture, and other PnP (Power and Performance) teams to evaluate new PnP controls, and define and conduct lab experiments.
The ideal candidate should exhibit the following behavioral traits :
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Inside this Business Group
The Client Computing Group is responsible for all aspects of the client computing business across Phone, Phablet, Tablet and PC platforms, leading Intel's efforts to transform client computing through technologies, new form factors, and driving Intel's corporate-
wide user experience initiatives. This spans all client device brands including hardware, software and connectivity ingredients for phones, tablets, Ultrabook™, All-
in-Ones, 2 in 1 computing devices, and home gateways.