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          Coffee Robots Are Not Causing Homeless People To Starve      Comment   Translate Page      

Authored by Art Carden via The American Institute for Economic Research,

A couple of months ago, this tweet made the social media rounds:

The group of “Starving Jobless Homeless” people huddled outdoors next to a “Fully Robotic Coffeeshop” is jarring. The coffee shop, CafeX, features “Coffee from the best local roasters crafted with precision using recipes designed by top baristas.” It’s an image of the coming techno-dystopia in which robots take our jobs and leave everyone who isn’t a capital-owning plutocrat to starve in the streets, no?

No. There are other things at play here. One reply to the tweet tagged John Stossel and diagnosed the problem immediately: the minimum wage in San Francisco is $15 per hour. That is a wage at which, apparently, the people in the picture cannot be profitably employed and which induces firms to look harder for ways to do with capital what was formerly profitable to do with labor.

Labor and Capital

“But firms will want to innovate and adopt new technology no matter what,” you say. Maybe: it depends on what the technological possibilities are. If labor is extremely abundant, then the low-cost, most efficient production method might be labor-intensive rather than capital-intensive.

Think about why so many people don’t buy the absolute-best top-of-the-line computers or smartphones. You probably don’t. Consider the Cray XT5m supercomputer system, which “starts around $500,000, takes advantage of the hardware and software advances of the Cray XT5 supercomputer, the basis of the petascale system currently in use at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory.”

That’s a heck of a machine, and if you’re doing particle physics, it’s probably nice to have. If all you need to do is check your email and manage a few spreadsheets, then it’s overkill. Just as you wouldn’t expect a firm to buy a Cray XT5m for everyone in the office and just as you probably don’t keep one in the sewing room from which to check email and play Minecraft, firms aren’t going to go for hyper-tech when that tech is hyper-expensive.

Again, firms will choose the lowest-cost way to produce a good in the interest of maximizing profits. When we use legislation like minimum wages and workplace safety rules and other things to increase the price of labor relative to what would obtain in the free market, we nudge firms toward replacing people with machines — as CafeX does, replacing human baristas with mechanical ones.

That gives us the phenomenon in the picture: a mass of people who are either unemployed or who have given up on the labor market, huddled outside a robotic coffee bar.

The same principles also explain why they are without housing. First, building new housing in San Francisco is notoriously difficult. Reason discusses an amusing-if-it-weren’t-so-tragic case in which the owner of a laundromat is being blocked from turning it into an eight-story apartment complex because the laundromat is “historic.”

Making it difficult for people to build new housing reduces the supply of housing, which drives up prices. It also changes the composition of housing: high regulatory costs that make it hard to build any kind of housing will induce substitution away from modest housing and toward luxury housing.

Changes in Relative Prices

Economists call this the Alchian-Allen effect after the economists Armen Alchian and William Allen. Adding a fixed cost to two similar goods will induce substitution toward the higher-quality good because it changes the relative price of that good.

The average quality of oranges in Florida, for example, is lower than the average quality of oranges in Vancouver for this reason. Suppose good oranges have a price of a dollar and bad oranges have a price of 50 cents. This means good oranges cost two bad oranges; a bad orange costs half a good orange. If it costs 50 cents to ship an orange — any orange — from Florida to Vancouver, it changes the relative price. Good oranges are relatively cheaper: with a total cost of $1.50 including shipping compared to $1 for bad oranges, good oranges only cost 1.5 bad oranges. The relative price of bad oranges rises, from half a good orange to 2/3 of a good orange. (The numbers in this example are from an example in Steven Landsburg’s textbook Price Theory and Applications.)

People substitute toward higher-quality oranges and away from lower-quality ones. Before you say, “Wouldn’t people always buy the highest-quality oranges?,” note that there is a price difference. Then look in your own fridge or on your own kitchen counter. You probably don’t have the absolutely highest-quality produce imaginable on hand.

Now, replace good and bad oranges with luxury and modest apartments and replace the fixed cost of shipping with a fixed cost of building. Costly regulations make all housing absolutely more expensive, but they make luxury housing relatively cheaper.

If you’re still not convinced, think about hiring a babysitter for $40 and going on a date. Would you go to Taco Bell? Or would you go somewhere nicer? Adding the price of the babysitter means going to Taco Bell and spending $10 each would cost you $60. Or you could go to a very nice restaurant and spend $40 each for a total of $120.

Without the cost of the babysitter, a trip to the very nice restaurant costs you four trips to Taco Bell. But the trip to the very nice restaurant is cheaper in terms of forgone trips to Taco Bell once you add the cost of the babysitter, which will cost $40 no matter what you do.

As the San Francisco Tenants Union explains, “In San Francisco, most tenants are covered by rent control.” Rent control is a standard example in introductory economics classes of a policy that hurts the people we ostensibly want to help. The Swedish economist Assar Lindbeck has said that “in many cases rent control appears to be the most efficient technique presently known to destroy a city — except for bombing.”

By holding prices below what the market will bear, rent-control ordinances ensure housing shortages, where, at the controlled price, people want more housing than firms and landlords are willing to provide.

Furthermore, they find themselves in a cat-and-mouse game with regulators because landlords and tenants move toward competition on non-price margins. Quality, to use just one example, falls because of rent control and necessitates, in the eyes of many activists, even more regulation.

The additional regulation raises the cost of providing housing, which reduces the supply of housing, which puts pressure on prices and thus leads to more and more calls for rent control. The outcome is grotesque: all the new construction is high-end luxury housing while the rent-controlled housing deteriorates more quickly.

Adam Smith famously wrote that “there is a great deal of ruin in a nation.” Does the picture of a huddled mass of homeless people outside a robotic coffee shop suggest the ruins of late-stage capitalism? I think not.

It represents instead the “great deal of ruin” policymakers create when they make policy as if the laws of supply and demand are optional.


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Over recent years heterogeneous systems have become more prevalent across HPC systems, with over 100 supercomputers in the TOP500 incorporating GPUs or other accelerators. These hardware platforms have different performance characteristics and optimization requirements. In order to make the most of multiple accelerators a developer has to provide implementations of their algorithms tuned for each […]
          Agujeros negros, el misterio que nació en la pizarra de Einstein      Comment   Translate Page      

El pasado 10 de abril vimos cómo es un agujero negro por primera vez en la historia. La imagen fue fruto del trabajo de un consorcio internacional de 200 científicos del «Event Horizon Telescope» (EHT) y de un avance tecnológico sin precedentes. Los investigadores sincronizaron ocho observatorios para crear un telescopio virtual tan grande como la Tierra, que fue capaz de captar un objeto que en el cielo tendría el tamaño de una naranja puesta en la superficie de la Luna. Después, procesaron una cantidad ingente de datos, con la ayuda de supercomputadores, para poder reconstruir la sombra del misterioso cuerpo. Finalmente, la imagen obtenida confirmó los postulados de la Relatividad General de Albert Einstein, que el científico alemán esbozó en su pizarra, hace más de 100 años.

Y no sin esfuerzo. El genio estuvo casi una década trabajando en su teoría. En el año milagroso de 1905 había publicado cuatro artículos fundamentales para la Física, poco después de acabar su doctorado. En ellos explicaba el movimiento browniano, el efecto fotoeléctrico, por el que recibió el Nobel de Física, en 1921, y que sugirió fuertemente la dualidad onda-corspúsculo de la luz, desarrolló la Relatividad Especial, que acabó con la noción de tiempo y espacio absolutos, y estableció la equivalencia masa-energía, con su famosa fórmula (E=mc^2). Pero no fue hasta 1915 cuando publicó su Relatividad General, en la que presentó un marco teórico que sustituyó a la Gravitación Universal de Isaac Newton, publicada en 1686. De acuerdo con la Relatividad General, la atracción gravitatoria observada entre masas (como planetas) no se debe a la acción de fuerzas a distancia, sino a la curvatura del espacio-tiempo.

La importancia del tesón

«Una de las cosas que hacen a un científico ser un gran científico es la porfía», ha explicado a ABC Andrés Gomberoff, profesor en la Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, en Santiago de Chile, y autor de «Einstein para perplejos» (Debate). «Y él la tenía. Creía en sus ideas y las llevaba hasta el final. Estuvo 10 años buscando algo porque sentía que era lo correcto, aunque no le resultaba, pero él siguió. Lo pensó mucho, hizo muchos zigzags y tuvo que aprender nuevas matemáticas... Hasta que dio con su teoría final, en 1915».

«Einstein creía en sus ideas y las llevaba hasta el final. Estuvo 10 años buscando algo porque sentía que era lo correcto, aunque no le resultaba, pero él siguió»

El tesón de Einstein cambió nuestra concepción del espacio, del tiempo, de la materia y del Universo. La Relatividad General consiguió explicar varias anomalías observadas en la órbita de Mercurio, que las teorías de Newton no podía explicar y, en 1919, Arthur Eddington confirmó que el Sol curvaba el espacio-tiempo gracias a un eclipse total. La Relatividad predijo la existencia de ondas gravitatorias, que fueron descubiertas de forma directa por primera vez en 2015, y su esbozo de las ecuaciones fue resuelto por otros científicos para ir dando forma al concepto de agujero negro. Pero se puede decir que el tesón de Einstein también le llevó a equivocarse.

«Él no tuvo un papel directo en el nacimiento del concepto de agujero negro», ha comentado José Luis Fernández Barbón, investigador científico del Instituto de Física Teórica CSIC/UAM. «De hecho siempre se mostró escéptico y llegó a tener una actitud negativa hacia ellos». Sin embargo, «los agujeros negros son consecuencia directa de sus ecuaciones, así que conceptualmente su papel fue fundamental».

«Einstein siempre se mostró escéptico y llegó a tener una actitud negativa hacia los agujeros negros»

Durante décadas, según ha dicho Gomberoff, el concepto de agujero negro fue «una cosa totalmente exótica, con unas características increíbles», como un horizonte de sucesos -un punto de no retorno en los agujeros a partir del cual nada, ni la luz, puede escapar de la gravedad- y una singularidad, una realidad física con ceros e infinitos. Así que no sorprende que lo que hoy se acepta con naturalidad, durante décadas fuera algo muy controvertido. «Se pensaba que el agujero negro era una curiosidad, algo imposible en la realidad», ha recordado Gomberoff.

Además, si las ideas de Einstein fueron esenciales en el nacimiento de la mecánica cuántica, gracias a gigantes como Schrödinger, Heisenberg, Bohr o Born, resultó que el genio rechazó la descripción probabilística impulsada por los físicos cuánticos, porque él creía en un mundo casual: «Yo, en cualquier caso, estoy convencido de que Él no juega a los dados», escribió Einstein, refiriéndose al Dios concebido por Baruch Spinoza.

Los límties de Einstein

Einstein se equivocó más veces. Cometió su «mayor error», cuando introdujo una constante cosmológica en sus ecuaciones para explicar con ellas un Universo estacionario, pero luego se descubrió que este es estaba expandiendo. En 1916 un artículo suyo fue rechazado en una revista científica, y su respuesta fue negarse a publicar allí de nuevo. En él, se retractaba de su propuesta de la existencia de ondas gravitatorias, confirmadas indirectamente en los sesenta y directamente en 2015.

Las Relatividad General se confirmó en 1919, pero pasó mucho tiempo hasta las recientes confirmaciones, la de ondas gravitatorias en 2015 y la del agujero negro esta semana. Según ha dicho Fernández Barbón, esto ocurre porque ha sido necesario «buscar efectos a distancia en objetos gravitacionalmente muy intensos, como agujeros negros, pero todos estos son pequeños y están muy lejos».

Décadas de confirmaciones han permitido que «el marco teórico de la Relatividad General esté totalmente afianzado», en opinión de este experto. «La cuestión es si vamos a encontrar desviaciones o no». Según ha dicho, lo más probable es que la Relatividad describa la física de los agujeros negros, pero que se quede en su superficie: «El interior es otro tema. Ahí sí sabemos que la teoria de Einstein deja de aplicarse, pero no tenemos manera de observar lo que pasa ahí dentro». Además, es fundamental conciliar la Relatividad General con la mecánica cuántica para describir la gravedad en la escala de lo más pequeño, cosa aún no lograda.

Para Dom Pesce, investigador del Event Horizon Telescope, la imagen recién publicada es importante porque captura «vívida y sucintamente la esencia de un agujero negro» y porque muestra «lo que se puede hacer con las nuevas técnicas». Ha explicado que próximamente se publicará la imagen del agujero negro supermasivo del centro de la Vía Láctea, Sagitario A*, y que la tecnología empleada se usará en otros radiotelescopios.

Sea como sea, en el centro de la imagen publicada esta semana se esconde el agujero negro supermasivo de la galaxia M87. Su oscuridad es insondable. Ninguna ecuación ni ley puede aclararnos qué está ocurriendo en su interior. Por eso, esta instantánea, que hace pensar en un donut, nos puso esta semana cara a cara con nuestra propia ignorancia.


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**Job Description** As a Senior Ethernet Software Engineer, you will have in depth Ethernet related product development experience. You will act as consultants and provide deep dive technical support to customers in Ethernet product development with remote backend support from division. Significant contribution also results when you act as a product evangelist, program/project manager, and prepare collateral material as needed to capture methods and demonstrate their results. Key Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Provide deep dive technical support to customers in Ethernet product development, from Ethernet controller, Driver, API/SDK, to Protocol/Stack, from architecture/design review to power on, function validation and production. - Support and influence customers' developers during all phases of product development cycle including architecture review, feature definition, project setup, project execution, H/W, S/W tech support for go-to-market. - Providing technical training, demo, consultation, and hands-on assistance to developers in areas of architect, technologies, code development, testing and tuning of apps. - Provide training, consultation, and hands-on assistance to SW developers using the Intel SW Tools; evangelize Intel SW Tools and technologies to SW developer community. - Contribute to Intel SW and HW product development by providing tech feedback to Intel product teams. - As system and Intel technology expert, author technical papers and training courses; provide expertise to customers and peer Intel orgs. The ideal candidate will have the following skills in addition to the qualifications listed below. - Fluent and effective communication, presentation and documentation skills, both written and verbal. - Self-motivated, multi-task effective, ability to work independently and in teams - Able to travel up to 20% of the time. In this position you will gain invaluable experience which will allow growth and expanded opportunities within this business group as well as future possible opportunities with other business groups within Intel. The Data Center Group (DCG) drives new products technologies from high-end co-processors for supercomputers to low-energy systems for enterprise and the cloud, as well as solutions for big data and intelligent devices. 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**Job Description** Come and join us! Intel is seeking highly qualified candidates to join our Data Center Group (DCG) as a Network Software Engineer - Ethernet Driver and Kernel Developer! We're part of the Ethernet Networking Division (ND) in Intel's DCG, and we're looking for motivated, passionate and talented senior software engineers to join our Ethernet driver development and technology pathfinding team. We're a strong, vibrant cross-site team which helps drive Intel's Ethernet technology and products to position Intel x86 as the server platform of choice and Intel Ethernet products as Ethernet of choice for the Cloud, Communications and Data Center deployments. In this role, you will need skills to dive deep into development of Linux Ethernet driver, and Linux Kernel's networking stack, to deliver it for the Ethernet hardware and IA server platforms. You will need skills to analyze network performance in distributed application environment and drive new features in Ethernet driver, kernel Ethernet stacks and Intel Ethernet products. You will have an excellent opportunity to shape the future Ethernet features in Intel platforms and Ethernet products. This position develops software applications for external customers. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: - Performs network product design, development, testing, documentation, and analysis of software applications. - Development of new programs and subprograms, as well as, enhancements, modifications, and corrections to existing software. - Designing application, writing code, completing programming and developing and executing testing and debugging routines, and documenting work and results. - Developing or executing project plans, budgets and schedules and for documentation of work and results. The ideal candidate will have the following skills in addition to the qualifications listed below. - Positive reputation in the Open Source Community. - Must be a team player, with a demonstrated ability to technically influence others. - Strong Problem-Solving skills. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. In this position you will gain invaluable experience which will allow growth and expanded opportunities within this business group as well as future possible opportunities with other business groups within Intel. The Data Center Group (DCG) drives new products technologies from high-end co-processors for supercomputers to low-energy systems for enterprise and the cloud, as well as solutions for big data and intelligent devices. 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**Job Description** Come and join us! Intel is seeking highly qualified candidates to join our Data Center Group (DCG) as a Senior Ethernet Systems Engineer! We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Ethernet Systems Engineer to apply your technical knowledge to accelerate deployment of solutions based on Intel Ethernet networking intellectual property. Your responsibilities will primarily cover hardware, and include but not be limited to: - Establishing a deep understanding of silicon IC functionality, including all details necessary to design the IC into a system product and effectively debug it - Developing customer collaterals such as PCB design guidelines, schematic/layout checklists and application notes - Representing customer technical needs in new product development teams; ensure customer platform and usage model are taken into consideration for new technologies - Evaluation and enablement of peripheral components (magnetics, crystals, power delivery solutions, etc) - Provide technical assistance to major customers for their board development and debug - Support debug of IC functionality at the platform level, driving issues to root-cause and finding solutions for the customer. The ideal candidate will have the following skills in addition to the qualifications listed below. - Demonstrated ability to listen, understand, and respond professionally to customer questions and/or issues. - Must work independently, multitask effectively and exhibit strong influencing skills and customer orientation. - Ability to work effectively in a global team environment and across organizational boundaries. - Able to travel up to 20% of the time. In this position you will gain invaluable experience which will allow growth and expanded opportunities within this business group as well as future possible opportunities with other business groups within Intel. The Data Center Group (DCG) drives new products technologies from high-end co-processors for supercomputers to low-energy systems for enterprise and the cloud, as well as solutions for big data and intelligent devices. The group is a worldwide organization that develops the products and technologies that power 9 of every 10 servers sold worldwide. www.intel.com/jobs/datacenter **Qualifications** You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Minimum Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Systems, or related field plus 3 years of industry work experience, Master's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Systems, or related field plus 2 years of industry work experience. - 3 plus years of experience and strong technical understanding of high-speed data networking at the physical layer, including IEEE 802.3 specifications, electrical and protocol requirements for standard 1G/10G/40G Ethernet interfaces (XAUI, KX, KX4, KR, KR4, SFI, XFI, XLPPI, CR4, etc). - 3 plus years of experience and knowledge of basic signal integrity theory for PCB implementations up to 10GHz+, including layout techniques. - 3 plus years of experience and knowledge of signals & systems and DSP communication principles and practices. - 3 plus years of experience with and the ability to understand the relationship between software, firmware and hardware, narrow the scope of debug to the correct design block, and quickly determine the root cause of customer system issues. - 3 plus years of strong lab, debug skills required; including knowledge of test equipment such as oscilloscopes, VNAs, logic and protocol analyzers. **Inside this Business Group** The Data Center Group (DCG) is at the heart of Intel’s transformation from a PC company to a company that runs the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices. The data center is the underpinning for every data-driven service, from artificial intelligence to 5G to high-performance computing, and DCG delivers the products and technologies—spanning software, processors, storage, I/O, and networking solutions—that fuel cloud, communications, enterprise, and government data centers around the world. **Other Locations** US, California, Santa Clara **Posting Statement** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance....
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**Job Description** Come and join us! Intel is seeking highly qualified candidates to join our Data Center Group (DCG) as a Virtualization Ethernet Software Application Engineer! The Ethernet Customers Solutions (ECS) team within the Ethernet Networking Division (ND) is looking for a Virtualization Ethernet Software Application Engineer for an exciting and fast-paced role enabling and supporting Intel's wired Ethernet products in the exciting and growing world of Virtualization. This position will join a team focused on ongoing enablement and support to customers through design of their product implementations and drive SW-related issues to closure. This position will require a combination of working independently as well as with peers, design engineers, software engineers, and software architects to influence product reliability, supportability and ensure that customer needs and requirements are being addressed in a timely manner. Complex issue debug, problem solving, multi-tasking, organization, and customer management skills are critical to success in this role. Some limited travel (5-10%) may be required as appropriate based on customer needs. The ideal candidate will have the following skills in addition to the qualifications listed below. - Experience with direct customer interaction in technical debug support role. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills with customers of all skill levels (novice thru expert). - Previous experience with defect tracking tools and software configuration management tools In this position you will gain invaluable experience which will allow growth and expanded opportunities within this business group as well as future possible opportunities with other business groups within Intel. The Data Center Group (DCG) drives new products technologies from high-end co-processors for supercomputers to low-energy systems for enterprise and the cloud, as well as solutions for big data and intelligent devices. The group is a worldwide organization that develops the products and technologies that power nine of every 10 servers sold worldwide. www.intel.com/jobs/datacenter **Qualifications** You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates. Minimum Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field plus 4 years of industry work experience, Master's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field plus 3 years of industry work experience, or a PhD in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field plus industry work experience. - 3 plus years of lower level network driver debug/development experience in Linux/Open Source operating systems (RHEL, SuSE, FreeBSD, Ubuntu, etc.). - 3 plus years of experience with current Ethernet networking architecture, protocols, topologies, and networking products. - 3 plus years of system level server network debug experience involving hardware, software, and firmware architecture. - 3 plus years of experience and working knowledge of TCP/IP networking stack. - 2 plus years of experience with virtualization technology deployment in datacenter and/or CSP usage models. (SR-IOV, OVS, Geneve). Additional Preferred Qualifications: - 2 years of experience with OpenStack. - 2 years of System Admin or Network Admin-level experience in highly scaled datacenter workloads (ex: databases, load balancers, web servers), including server, networking, and storage infrastructure configuration. - 1 year of experience and practical knowledge in multi-threaded, multi-core, and distributed software architectures. - 1 year of hands-on experience with datacenter switch configuration. **Inside this Business Group** The Data Center Group (DCG) is at the heart of Intel’s transformation from a PC company to a company that runs the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices. The data center is the underpinning for every data-driven service, from artificial intelligence to 5G to high-performance computing, and DCG delivers the products and technologies—spanning software, processors, storage, I/O, and networking solutions—that fuel cloud, communications, enterprise, and government data centers around the world. **Other Locations** US, California, Santa Clara **Posting Statement** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance....
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**Job Description** Come and join us! Intel is seeking highly qualified candidates to join our Data Center Group (DCG) as a Network Software Engineer - Ethernet Driver and Kernel Developer! We're part of the Ethernet Networking Division (ND) in Intel's DCG, and we're looking for motivated, passionate and talented senior software engineers to join our Ethernet driver development and technology pathfinding team. We're a strong, vibrant cross-site team which helps drive Intel's Ethernet technology and products to position Intel x86 as the server platform of choice and Intel Ethernet products as Ethernet of choice for the Cloud, Communications and Data Center deployments. In this role, you will need skills to dive deep into development of Linux Ethernet driver, and Linux Kernel's networking stack, to deliver it for the Ethernet hardware and IA server platforms. You will need skills to analyze network performance in distributed application environment and drive new features in Ethernet driver, kernel Ethernet stacks and Intel Ethernet products. You will have an excellent opportunity to shape the future Ethernet features in Intel platforms and Ethernet products. This position develops software applications for external customers. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: - Performs network product design, development, testing, documentation, and analysis of software applications. - Development of new programs and subprograms, as well as, enhancements, modifications, and corrections to existing software. - Designing application, writing code, completing programming and developing and executing testing and debugging routines, and documenting work and results. - Developing or executing project plans, budgets and schedules and for documentation of work and results. The ideal candidate will have the following skills in addition to the qualifications listed below. - Positive reputation in the Open Source Community. - Must be a team player, with a demonstrated ability to technically influence others. - Strong Problem-Solving skills. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. In this position you will gain invaluable experience which will allow growth and expanded opportunities within this business group as well as future possible opportunities with other business groups within Intel. The Data Center Group (DCG) drives new products technologies from high-end co-processors for supercomputers to low-energy systems for enterprise and the cloud, as well as solutions for big data and intelligent devices. The group is a worldwide organization that develops the products and technologies that power nine of every 10 servers sold worldwide. www.intel.com/jobs/datacenter **Qualifications** You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates. Minimum Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field plus 3 years of industry work experience, Master's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field plus 2 years of industry work experience. - 2 plus years of experience with technical development, debug and leadership experience of the Linux kernel/driver/open Source development in Ethernet driver/OS domain. Experience in IA and Embedded environment is required. - 2 plus years of experience and knowledge of Computer Architecture, OS internals and Networking is essential. - 2 plus years of experience with the following Software Development Skills: C Programming, Device Driver development, Linux Kernel development, Protocol stack development/enhancements e.g. TCP/IP, UDP/IP, Socket layer development/enhancements and adjacencies e.g. libevent, epoll. - 2 plus years of experience with Linux kernel development with emphasis on the network stack and its interfaces e.g. Programming experience at the sockets layer, protocol layer, device layer and network virtualization. Additional Preferred Qualifications: - Master's Degree preferred. - 2 plus years of experience and knowledge of TCP/IP, and new and emerging Tunneling encapsulating protocols such as VxLAN, NVGRE, familiarity with network benchmarks and performance evaluation methods. - 2 plus years of experience and knowledge of eBPF, User mode networking and OpenVswitch/VxLAN/NSH development is also desired. **Inside this Business Group** The Data Center Group (DCG) is at the heart of Intel’s transformation from a PC company to a company that runs the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices. The data center is the underpinning for every data-driven service, from artificial intelligence to 5G to high-performance computing, and DCG delivers the products and technologies—spanning software, processors, storage, I/O, and networking solutions—that fuel cloud, communications, enterprise, and government data centers around the world. **Other Locations** US, California, San Jose **Posting Statement** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance....
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**Job Description** Come and join us! Intel is seeking highly qualified candidates to join our Data Center Group (DCG) as a Network Software Engineer - Ethernet Driver and Kernel Developer! We're part of the Ethernet Networking Division (ND) in Intel's DCG, and we're looking for motivated, passionate and talented senior software engineers to join our Ethernet driver development and technology pathfinding team. We're a strong, vibrant cross-site team which helps drive Intel's Ethernet technology and products to position Intel x86 as the server platform of choice and Intel Ethernet products as Ethernet of choice for the Cloud, Communications and Data Center deployments. In this role, you will need skills to dive deep into development of Linux Ethernet driver, and Linux Kernel's networking stack, to deliver it for the Ethernet hardware and IA server platforms. You will need skills to analyze network performance in distributed application environment and drive new features in Ethernet driver, kernel Ethernet stacks and Intel Ethernet products. You will have an excellent opportunity to shape the future Ethernet features in Intel platforms and Ethernet products. This position develops software applications for external customers. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: - Performs network product design, development, testing, documentation, and analysis of software applications. - Development of new programs and subprograms, as well as, enhancements, modifications, and corrections to existing software. - Designing application, writing code, completing programming and developing and executing testing and debugging routines, and documenting work and results. - Developing or executing project plans, budgets and schedules and for documentation of work and results. The ideal candidate will have the following skills in addition to the qualifications listed below. - Positive reputation in the Open Source Community. - Must be a team player, with a demonstrated ability to technically influence others. - Strong Problem-Solving skills. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. In this position you will gain invaluable experience which will allow growth and expanded opportunities within this business group as well as future possible opportunities with other business groups within Intel. The Data Center Group (DCG) drives new products technologies from high-end co-processors for supercomputers to low-energy systems for enterprise and the cloud, as well as solutions for big data and intelligent devices. The group is a worldwide organization that develops the products and technologies that power nine of every 10 servers sold worldwide. www.intel.com/jobs/datacenter **Qualifications** You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates. Minimum Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field plus 4 years of industry work experience, Master's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field plus 3 years of industry work experience, or PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field plus industry work experience. - 4 plus years of experience with technical development, debug and leadership experience of the Linux kernel/driver/open Source development in Ethernet driver/OS domain. Experience in IA and Embedded environment is required. - 4 plus years of experience and knowledge of Computer Architecture, OS internals and Networking is essential. - 4 plus years of experience with the following Software Development Skills: C Programming, Device Driver development, Linux Kernel development, Protocol stack development/enhancements e.g. TCP/IP, UDP/IP, Socket layer development/enhancements and adjacencies e.g. libevent, epoll. - 4 plus years of experience with Linux kernel development with emphasis on the network stack and its interfaces e.g. Programming experience at the sockets layer, protocol layer, device layer and network virtualization. Additional Preferred Qualifications: - Master's Degree preferred. - 4 plus years of experience and knowledge of TCP/IP, and new and emerging Tunneling encapsulating protocols such as VxLAN, NVGRE, familiarity with network benchmarks and performance evaluation methods. - 4 plus years of experience and knowledge of eBPF, User mode networking and OpenVswitch/VxLAN/NSH development is also desired. **Inside this Business Group** The Data Center Group (DCG) is at the heart of Intel’s transformation from a PC company to a company that runs the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices. The data center is the underpinning for every data-driven service, from artificial intelligence to 5G to high-performance computing, and DCG delivers the products and technologies—spanning software, processors, storage, I/O, and networking solutions—that fuel cloud, communications, enterprise, and government data centers around the world. **Other Locations** US, California, San Jose **Posting Statement** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance....
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**Job Description** Come and join us! Intel is seeking highly qualified candidates to join our Data Center Group (DCG) team as a Security SW Engineering Manager! As a Security SW Engineering Manager, you will set priorities for the team, get results across boundaries, ensure an inclusive work environment, develop employees, and manage performance. In this role you will manage a team of software professionals including but not limited to engineers, architects, technical writers and technical consultants who are responsible for delivering results over many areas of the software lifecycle: design, developing, debugging, validating, and optimization, customer engagement and product support. This may also include systems software, drivers, high performance computing, development tools, enterprise applications, consumer applications or user interfaces. You will also provide architectural and technical guidance and ensure that sound engineering practices are followed. As a manager, you will provide direction and goals to the group and interact with stakeholders both internal and external. The ideal candidate will have the following skills in addition to the qualifications listed below. - Must be disciplined, velocity driven, and results oriented with good communication skills. - Ability to build high performing teams. - Experience in contributing to Open Source and familiar with various open source communities. In this position you will gain invaluable experience which will allow growth and expanded opportunities within this business group as well as future possible opportunities with other business groups within Intel. The Data Center Group (DCG) drives new products technologies from high-end co-processors for supercomputers to low-energy systems for enterprise and the cloud, as well as solutions for big data and intelligent devices. The group is a worldwide organization that develops the products and technologies that power 9 of every 10 servers sold worldwide. www.intel.com/jobs/datacenter **Qualifications** You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Minimum Required Qualifications **:** Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent with 9 plus years of industry experience, Master's degree in Computer Science or equivalent with 6 plus years of industry experience, or a PhD in Computer Science or equivalent with 4 plus years of industry experience. - 5 plus years of Software Engineering management or related technical role. - 5 plus years of hands-on development knowledge in Java, C/C++ or Go in Linux and Windows environment including optimization and debugging skills. - 2 plus years of experience in Cloud computing/Security technologies with good understanding of Cloud data center solutions including virtualization (VMW, Xen/KVM, Hyper-v), containers and related management products. - 2 plus years of experience and deep knowledge of Software & Security development life cycle including dev ops, both process and tools like CI related, git/gitlab, maven, teamcity, jenkins, klocwork, checkmarx. **Inside this Business Group** The Data Center Group (DCG) is at the heart of Intel’s transformation from a PC company to a company that runs the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices. The data center is the underpinning for every data-driven service, from artificial intelligence to 5G to high-performance computing, and DCG delivers the products and technologies—spanning software, processors, storage, I/O, and networking solutions—that fuel cloud, communications, enterprise, and government data centers around the world. **Other Locations** US, California, Santa Clara **Posting Statement** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance....
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**Job Description** Come and join us! Intel is seeking highly qualified candidates to join our Data Center Group (DCG) team as a Thermal Engineer! In this position, you will be a member of the Thermal/Mechanical Components (TMC) team in Datacenter Engineering Group (DEG). With a strong technical background in thermal engineering, you will be responsible for working with silicon teams to deliver thermally optimized silicon. You will be working on advanced cooling technologies required to meet the thermal challenges of server multi-chip CPU package components. As a key contributor in the system development process, you will work closely with system thermal and mechanical architects, board engineers, component mechanical engineers and server power/thermal management teams. You will be responsible for establishing CPU thermal specification, developing reference thermal solutions, and evaluate any design tradeoffs. As part of the product development, the thermal engineer will also be responsible for verifying/qualifying the cooling solution designs to the Intel's thermal requirements. The ideal candidate will have the following skills in addition to the qualifications listed below. - Good interpersonal, communication, problem solving and analytical skills. - Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment. In this position you will gain invaluable experience which will allow growth and expanded opportunities within this business group as well as future possible opportunities with other business groups within Intel. The Data Center Group (DCG) drives new products technologies from high-end co-processors for supercomputers to low-energy systems for enterprise and the cloud, as well as solutions for big data and intelligent devices. The group is a worldwide organization that develops the products and technologies that power 9 of every 10 servers sold worldwide. www.intel.com/jobs/datacenter **Qualifications** You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates. Minimum Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent with 3 plus years of industry experience, Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent with 2 plus years of industry experience. - 2 plus years of experience working with heat transfer fundamentals as they apply to electronics cooling. - 2 plus years of experience working with thermal simulation software such as Flotherm* or Icepak*. - 2 plus years of experience with hands-on knowledge of thermal design/testing techniques. Additional Preferred Qualifications: - 2 plus years of experience with the architecture of server systems and components. - 2 plus years of experience and working knowledge of MATLAB, Labview and statistical methodologies such as Monte-Carlo* simulation. - 1 plus years of experience and familiarity with fundamental electrical engineering principles. **Inside this Business Group** The Data Center Group (DCG) is at the heart of Intel’s transformation from a PC company to a company that runs the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices. The data center is the underpinning for every data-driven service, from artificial intelligence to 5G to high-performance computing, and DCG delivers the products and technologies—spanning software, processors, storage, I/O, and networking solutions—that fuel cloud, communications, enterprise, and government data centers around the world. **Posting Statement** All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance....


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