Platform Power Management Architect

Job Description
The Client Architecture & Innovation (CAI) group in Intel's Client Computing Group (CCG) is looking for a Power Management Architect to drive system level power optimizations across various client devices. The candidate shall join the Power Management Architecture team and will be responsible to set power management architecture requirements and enhancements for the next generation platforms and reference designs ranging from PCs, Mobile Platforms to Smart Home Assistant and Virtual Reality solutions.

Responsibilities and Duties include:
As a Power Management Architect, responsible to define architecture enhancements for platform power, analyze and innovate architecture concepts to delivery of platforms to our customers. The candidate shall perform a number of systems level power management architecture functions including:
- Definition of power management architecture across different sub-systems for SOCs and platforms on client roadmap.
- Analysis of different options and systems level power management techniques for active and idle for SOC and platforms
- Identify, coordinate and drive Tech Readiness (TR) efforts related to power management architecture enhancements in various systems components - SOC, platform, Windows OS, device drivers and Firmware.
- Drive platform architecture functions including definition and system analysis of SOC IP features, Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS), disposition of bugs/issues and delivery of technical specs.
- Support all management reviews and customer design-win engagements related to power management architecture.
- Hands-on usage of power management and debugging tools for system level power optimizations across various components of SOC and platform including different IP blocks, clocks, power domains, buses, flows and interfaces.

The selected candidate shall possess the following skills and experience:
- Track record in driving system level power and performance optimizations for client devices including PCs, Laptops, 2 in 1s, Tablets and Smart Phones.
- Strong working knowledge of client reference designs with platform components selection and tradeoff analyses (use-cases, power delivery, thermal management, performance and power management).
- Strong working knowledge of Windows and Linux/Android environment for client platforms and devices.
- Experience in analyzing cross-domain system-level bugs/issues and ability to work with cross-domain teams in software development, IP development, SoC development and Hardware reference design to drive platform power optimizations.
- Strong working knowledge of SOC design, different IP blocks including CPU, GPU, IPU, Fabrics, I/O, interfaces and interconnects.
- Knowledge of engineering processes, power and performance modeling tools, and forums with an ability to influence key decisions.
- Experience in delivering or making significant visible contributions in management forums and customer design win reviews.
- Knowledge and experience in power and performance optimizations for Virtual Reality, Smart Home Assistant solutions.
- BS or MS in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science or related field.
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.

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