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3 days ago

Analog Engineer – new

Intel Corporation Santa Clara, CA +2 locations

Designs, develops, modifies and evaluates complex analog and mixed signal electronic parts, components or integrated circuitry for analog and mixed… Intel Corporation


2 days ago

Digital/Analog Design Engineering – new

Intel Corporation Hillsboro, OR

We are looking for talented design engineers. We have multiple hiring teams looking for candidates with experience in Analog and Custom Digital… Intel Corporation


24 days ago

Analog Validation Engineer

Intel Hillsboro, OR +2 locations

Applicants should have an engineering degree -- either a Master's degree or a Bachelor's degree plus three (3) years of related post-degree… Intel


1 day ago

NVM Analog Design Engineer – new

Intel Corporation Folsom, CA

Designs, develops, modifies and evaluates complex analog and mixed signal electronic parts, components or integrated circuitry for analog and mixed… Intel Corporation


16 days ago

RF and Analog System Engineer

Intel Corporation Santa Clara, CA

are the following: Develop RF IC specifications and RF components with… Intel Corporation


15 days ago

RFIC, Analog Design Engineer

Intel Corporation Santa Clara, CA

You will be responsible for designing, simulation, and help in validating RF IC blocks such as LNA, Mixer, power amplifiers. Close supervision and… Intel Corporation


14 days ago

Sr. Analog Engineer

Intel Corporation Hillsboro, OR

will include but not be limited to: -Design, develop, modify and evaluate complex analog and mixed signal electronic parts, components or integrated… Intel Corporation


14 days ago

Staff Analog CAD Engineer

Intel Corporation Malaysia

Software Engineers conduct or participate in multidisciplinary research and collaborate with design, layout and/or hardware engineers in the design… Intel Corporation


14 days ago

Product Development Engineer – Analog

Intel Israel +4 locations

In this position, you will be responsible for design validation and HVM testing of analog circuits including Voltage regulators and PLLs from early… Intel


1 day ago

Senior Analog Design Engineer – new

Intel Corporation Bangalore

Solid understanding of circuit fundamentals with experience in design of complex circuit subsystems - Expertise in transistor-level analog design… Intel Corporation


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    Pros

    Massive amounts of Internet of Things technologies, great benefits, a lot going on. As with any big company Intel has a lot of different products, projects and events happening to tap into. My particular role grants me a lot of freedom and creativity within my team and tremendous opportunities for growth. Someone sitting a few rows down from me may have an opposite experience based on their manager. This review is based on my own satisfaction level which is probably unusually high...I have a great boss and a great time.

    Cons

    There are more than a few "lifers" who dwell in Intel's remote locations and rarely see the light of day. Unfortunately the net effect is that major trends take a long time to percolate to these people. Much of what is happening in the industry passes them by and they don't really have plans to go anywhere anytime soon. Interspersed with lifers there are some very talented and motivated people as well. Once I built my network it was easier to avoid the lifers and get things done by focusing on the talented folks. On the whole, Intel is not great at software. The office designs and layouts are often stuck in the 1985 office-space realm though they are taking steps to refurnish. Different groups have different "lifer quotients."

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    No more grey cubicles. Open internal makerspaces for hackers and makers to tinker and build their own creative projects. I feel that an internal makerspace for a company like Intel would do a lot to embrace the creative potential of it's own employees and break the image of a giant blue / grey blob. Stop using powerpoint for everything, stop using powerpoint decks as requirement documents, if any slide has more than 30 bullet points then fire the person who created it.

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