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Qualifications: Should possess a Bachelor of Engineering or a Master degree of Science/Engineering in the field of Electronics and Communication.. Candidates with strong PCB physical design with good knowledge of Mentor tool will be considered. Experience/Competencies: - 6-8 years of experience in designing PCBs or Packages for high speed products like CPUs/ASICs/Chipsets at least, 2-3 years in leading package design -Exposure to different Package technologies, an advantage - Exposure to Package/Board physical design tool - Mentor Expedition and/or Allegro is needed - Prior experience in using electrical design analysis tools such as Ansoft, HSpice, Sigrity will be added advantage - Must be data-driven and process-oriented and Strong stakeholder management skills - Motivated, self-directed, and able to work effectively, both independently and within a team
The Client Computing Group (CCG) is responsible for driving business strategy and product development for Intel's PC products and platforms, spanning form factors such as notebooks, desktops, 2 in 1s, all in ones. Working with our partners across the industry, we intend to continue to advance PC experiences to deliver the real-world performance people demand. As the largest business unit at Intel, CCG is investing more heavily in the PC, ramping its capabilities even more aggressively, and designing the PC experience even more deliberately, including delivering a predictable cadence of leadership products. As a result, we are able to fuel innovation across Intel, providing an important source of IP and scale, as well as help the company deliver on its purpose of enriching the lives of every person on earth.
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