Memory Solutions Architect
The non-volatile memory (NVMS) Solutions Architect is primarily responsible for developing, documenting, training and enabling memory and storage solutions for Enterprise on-premise and Cloud Customers using Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory. They are also responsible for deploying, and operating proof of concepts of these solutions and assisting end customers as they deploy this new technology. Because this is a new technology, enabling it can go far beyond traditional or current industry approaches and include some element of pathfinding.
This role requires cross-discipline knowledge of server architecture from compute, memory, storage to network. The Solutions Architect is responsible for the engineering concept, design and implementation of innovative, cost effective and high-performance persistent memory solutions across various Intel teams and business groups in a manner that allows ease of use, effective collateral compilation to support marketing activities and quick adoption by users. The solutions architect will specify and refine the requirements of hardware, software applications, OS/hypervisors, management, monitoring, and performance testing to support specific customer use cases. The Solutions Architect will research industry technical use cases for this new memory product and create innovative solutions that can be repeatedly deployed and operated at massive scale by applying their unique, multidisciplinary, practice to ensure the stability, scalability, performance, and operational success.
This role requires software engineering knowledge from enterprise to cloud applications, to manage operational and reliability aspects of the systems they build, as well as operating system knowledge, including resource management, networking protocol stacks, file systems, troubleshooting and monitoring. The Solutions Architect will be accountable for architecting and designing comprehensive technical solutions that meet business requirements, accountable for partnering with business partners to characterize solutions that are aligned to Intel business needs, and gains acceptance of high-level design and detailed design documentation through enterprise and peer design reviews. The strongest candidates will also deeply understand the memory and storage subsystem of server architecture.
Bachelor's Degree in SW Engineering, Computer Science, or equivalent degree
9 Years of developing server solutions for customers
Deep understanding of IT Deployment Environments or CSP Infrastructure Development
Memory or storage solutions experience
Strong communication skills for communication with customers at all levels from CEO to programmer.
Experience with Memory Solutions
Master's Degree in Engineering
MBA, Business or Marketing Experience, or an equivalent understanding
Excellent Power Point Communication Skills
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 technologies-spanning software, processors, storage, I/O, and networking solutions-that fuel cloud, communications, enterprise, and government data centers around the world.
US, California, Santa Clara
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