Intel is hiring high-performance graphics engineers

Posted on Friday, Aug 18 2006 @ 19:28 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel is looking for a specialist to develop future high-performance graphics technologies, further indicating that the chip giant is looking to launch discrete graphics chips.
While the company does not define for what project it needs the additional staff, it may be suspected that the company is increasing the number of specialists to work on a discrete graphics processing unit (GPU), or a graphics core integrated into a central processing unit (CPU).

According to CareerBuilder web-site, Larrabee development group (LDG), which is a part of Intel’s digital enterprise group (DEG), is working “on next generation of leading edge graphics technologies” and is looking for a new staff member.
More info over at X-bit Labs.


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