Embedded Software Development - InternRegular price
About the job
Shall be part of Multi OS Edge System team which delivers Software to Intel platforms and customers owning development, integration, verification and supporting multiple customers. Cater to end customer use cases in the domain of Retail, Education and Automotive.
Candidate should have a Bachelors or Masters degree in Electronics or Computer Science Engineering with exposure to embedded system development. - Good programming (C preferred) and scripting knowledge - Good analytical and problem solving skills - Eager to learn new technology and be a self starter
Inside this Business Group
The Internet of Things Group (IOTG) consists of ~4700 dedicated employees across 25 locations across the world. IOTG drives significant growth in the Internet of Things (IoT) market, capitalizing on the inflection and creation of edge computing, leveraging smart, connected devices and artificial intelligence (AI) to enable partners to transform their businesses. IOTG's vision is to lead the industry and enterprises to enhance the way we live and work by making it easier to create exciting, new IoT/edge solutions. IOTG's strategy includes creating unique differentiated silicon to consolidate workloads at the Edge, investing in video and AI inference as the killer app for the Edge, creating new developer tools and ecosystems, and establishing a dedicated vertical consultative sales team to add value to our partners across many verticals.
Work Model for this Role
This role will be eligible for our hybrid work model which allows employees to split their time between working on-site at their assigned Intel site and off-site.
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