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Intel working on Larrabee 2

Posted on Tuesday, October 07 2008 @ 22:48:20 CEST by

German computer site PC Games Hardware discovered Intel is hiring people to work on Larrabee 2 (LRB).

You can see one of the job listings at Job.com:
LRB Front-End Logic Design Eng

Responsibilities and Details

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In this position, you will be playing a key technical role in front end development of the LRB2 design. Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
- Micro-architecture development and RTL design of one or more complex functional units
- Working with architecture teams to scope out implementation costs, power/performance tradeoffs and propose alternative solutions
- Working with validation teams to drive appropriate validation strategies and actively contributing to a high quality design
- Working with backend teams to enable convergence to meet aggressive design targets - Contributing to advancing design processes/design methodologies

You should possess a Master's and/or a Doctorate in Electrical or Computer Engineering. Additional qualifications include:
- More than eight years experience in high-speed VLSI design
- Excellent grasp of high-performance processor architectures and/or VLSI design methodologies
- Expected to be a motivated self-starter with excellent communication skills and a demonstrated ability to drive complex feature set implementation
- Prior design experience in X86 architecture and core pipeline would be an added advantage



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