Intel Validation Infrastructure Development Engineer in Hudson, Massachusetts

Job Description

Are you ready to join Intel's high-performance Server Development Group, producing the industry's highest performing processor designs, used in everything from Cloud, to 5G Networking, to High Performance Computing and beyond.

In this position you will:

Develop critical test bench components to enable efficient validation of highly complex CPU designs, memory topologies, re-usable stimulus libraries, bus protocol models, configuration support, and much more.

As part of a central team, you will deliver methodology, framework, and detailed code to the entire Intel server portfolio.



Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Computer Science, with at 5+ years of relevant work experience, or Master's degree and 3+ years of experience in validation or design automation.

5+ years' experience System Verilog (SV), C++, and verification design patterns to enable reusable environments and reduce code cost and maintenance.

2+ years' experience with UVM config flows


Experience in server CPU register configuration, topologies, and multi-socket configuration.

Experience with memory decode and address map programming

Experience writing coverage and test plans

Experience in hardware and software debug

Experience with UVM or OVM framework libraries

Experience/knowledge of Intel server CPU SOC design

Perl, Python, or other scripting languages experience

Inside this Business Group

The Silicon Engineering Group is a worldwide organization focused on the development and integration of SOCs, Cores, and critical IPs that power Intel’s leadership products. This business group leverages an incomparable mix of experts with different backgrounds, cultures, perspectives, and experiences to unleash the most innovative, amazing, and exciting computing experiences.

Other Locations

US, California, Santa Clara;US, Colorado, Fort Collins

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