PMTS Systems Design Eng.

Mar 28, 2024
Shanghai, China
... Not specified
... Intermediate
Full time
... Office work


WHAT YOU DO AT AMD CHANGES EVERYTHING

We care deeply about transforming lives with AMD technology to enrich our industry, our communities, and the world. Our mission is to build great products that accelerate next-generation computing experiences – the building blocks for the data center, artificial intelligence, PCs, gaming and embedded. Underpinning our mission is the AMD culture. We push the limits of innovation to solve the world’s most important challenges. We strive for execution excellence while being direct, humble, collaborative, and inclusive of diverse perspectives. 

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THE ROLE:

As AMD grows, growing our leadership in systems engineering expertise is essential for all the new products in the AMD pipeline. We supply semiconductors, high-performance computing, graphics, and visualization technologies for PC, gaming, and data center industries.

 

As the Power and Performance Lead (PPL) you will be expected to be a Cross Functional Technical Leader for Power and Performance (PnP) workstreams on your product, guiding it from PreSi Definition / Planning through Program End of Life. The role requires an unusual mix of technical breadth, problem solving, and soft skills.

 

This is an ideal role for the ambitious engineer who: is passionate about the power and performance domain, desires to make impactful product decisions, and can thrive in a high-visibility role. Each week will bring new challenges and your ability to solve problems, be the voice for the customer, and to inspire others to solve problems will make a meaningful difference for the whole organization, final product AMD produces, as well as to the industry itself. Successful PPLs drive technical decisions and maintain an even keel. You will need to learn as you go and mentor along the way as well. When you read product reviews you will be able to see your fingerprints all over that products successes and where you have opportunities to improve the next product.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Own performance/watt attainment for mobile client APU products supporting with continuous test, debug, analysis, & defect resolution throughout the course of a program.
  • Work closely with the System Architect to set power and performance attainment objectives.
  • Develop methodologies to optimize HW and SW power management to maximize performance and user-experience on AC and on DC power.
  • Drive Mission Mode PnP product bounding box attainment, definition of full product stack, and produce advisory data to customers on same.
  • Provide relevant inputs to drive PnP teams in creation of strategies & test plans for product-specific performance/watt, features, and target market spaces as appropriate; identify risks & build mitigation plans.
  • Oversee execution teams hardware & resource planning for the pertinent product space addressing product needs.
  • Lead cross-functional technical teams in the triage, debug and resolution of PnP issues.
  • Engage with cross-functional leadership to integrate deliverables with project work streams.
  • Engage with customer engineering and the customers on power and performance optimization problems, promptly resolve issues.
  • Feedback improvement areas to the various teams, including the power management architecture, IP, SoC, O/S, FW, and silicon enablement team
  • Collaborate with other engineering teams on common program test & debug activities and process improvements.

TECHNICAL SKILLS:

  • Brings depth and expertise in product performance-per-watt attainment tradeoffs.
  • Expert at tackling multi-variable problems via system level modeling, testing and characterization, trend analysis/projection, and model verification.
  • Speaks SW not just HW - understand system-level power management trade-offs, both at HW and SW levels.
  • Understands system-level thermal, power, frequency, and/or voltage limited workload behavior, and the impact of hardware design trade-offs on the limiters.
  • Understands CPU core design and architecture at micro-architecture, L2/L3 cache design hierarchy, and core complex CCX-level.
  • Understands physical design and RTL-level trade-offs to attained best performance-per-watt for product IP mix and variations.
  • Understands GPU power/performance, SW power management, and system-level trade-offs.
  • Understands multimedia and peripheral IP SW/HW power management and optimal perf/watt attainment strategies.

LEADERSHIP SKILLS

  • Effective with communication and building respect while communicating status to executive level audience.
  • Accomplished listener who can analyze, abstract, communicate the big picture, and bring along the team.
  • Develop strong partnerships with program stakeholders across the organization and development partners outside the organization.
  • Excellent verbal communication and written, presentation skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, analytical, planning, and technical management skills.

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:

  • Product development with hardware platforms and their software & firmware ecosystems.
  • Experience in the PC architecture space and familiarity with hands-on system setup & testing and the care abouts for power and power and performance data collection hygiene.
  • Direct technical experience on APU/CPU system performance analysis and micro-architectural power management.
  • Proven ability to deliver large cross-functional technical deliverables.
  • Experience working in a fast-paced matrixed technical organization and multi-site environment.

ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS:

Bachelor’s Degree (BS) in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science or relevant discipline plus a minimum of 10 years of industry experience including at least 3-5 years focused on system engineering and power/performance. Domain relevant Master’s Degree (MS) helpful.

 

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Benefits offered are described:  AMD benefits at a glance.

 

AMD does not accept unsolicited resumes from headhunters, recruitment agencies, or fee-based recruitment services. AMD and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity, inclusive employers and will consider all applicants without regard to age, ancestry, color, marital status, medical condition, mental or physical disability, national origin, race, religion, political and/or third-party affiliation, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.   We encourage applications from all qualified candidates and will accommodate applicants’ needs under the respective laws throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process.

Benefits offered are described:  AMD benefits at a glance.

 

AMD does not accept unsolicited resumes from headhunters, recruitment agencies, or fee-based recruitment services. AMD and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity, inclusive employers and will consider all applicants without regard to age, ancestry, color, marital status, medical condition, mental or physical disability, national origin, race, religion, political and/or third-party affiliation, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.   We encourage applications from all qualified candidates and will accommodate applicants’ needs under the respective laws throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process.

THE ROLE:

As AMD grows, growing our leadership in systems engineering expertise is essential for all the new products in the AMD pipeline. We supply semiconductors, high-performance computing, graphics, and visualization technologies for PC, gaming, and data center industries.

 

As the Power and Performance Lead (PPL) you will be expected to be a Cross Functional Technical Leader for Power and Performance (PnP) workstreams on your product, guiding it from PreSi Definition / Planning through Program End of Life. The role requires an unusual mix of technical breadth, problem solving, and soft skills.

 

This is an ideal role for the ambitious engineer who: is passionate about the power and performance domain, desires to make impactful product decisions, and can thrive in a high-visibility role. Each week will bring new challenges and your ability to solve problems, be the voice for the customer, and to inspire others to solve problems will make a meaningful difference for the whole organization, final product AMD produces, as well as to the industry itself. Successful PPLs drive technical decisions and maintain an even keel. You will need to learn as you go and mentor along the way as well. When you read product reviews you will be able to see your fingerprints all over that products successes and where you have opportunities to improve the next product.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Own performance/watt attainment for mobile client APU products supporting with continuous test, debug, analysis, & defect resolution throughout the course of a program.
  • Work closely with the System Architect to set power and performance attainment objectives.
  • Develop methodologies to optimize HW and SW power management to maximize performance and user-experience on AC and on DC power.
  • Drive Mission Mode PnP product bounding box attainment, definition of full product stack, and produce advisory data to customers on same.
  • Provide relevant inputs to drive PnP teams in creation of strategies & test plans for product-specific performance/watt, features, and target market spaces as appropriate; identify risks & build mitigation plans.
  • Oversee execution teams hardware & resource planning for the pertinent product space addressing product needs.
  • Lead cross-functional technical teams in the triage, debug and resolution of PnP issues.
  • Engage with cross-functional leadership to integrate deliverables with project work streams.
  • Engage with customer engineering and the customers on power and performance optimization problems, promptly resolve issues.
  • Feedback improvement areas to the various teams, including the power management architecture, IP, SoC, O/S, FW, and silicon enablement team
  • Collaborate with other engineering teams on common program test & debug activities and process improvements.

TECHNICAL SKILLS:

  • Brings depth and expertise in product performance-per-watt attainment tradeoffs.
  • Expert at tackling multi-variable problems via system level modeling, testing and characterization, trend analysis/projection, and model verification.
  • Speaks SW not just HW - understand system-level power management trade-offs, both at HW and SW levels.
  • Understands system-level thermal, power, frequency, and/or voltage limited workload behavior, and the impact of hardware design trade-offs on the limiters.
  • Understands CPU core design and architecture at micro-architecture, L2/L3 cache design hierarchy, and core complex CCX-level.
  • Understands physical design and RTL-level trade-offs to attained best performance-per-watt for product IP mix and variations.
  • Understands GPU power/performance, SW power management, and system-level trade-offs.
  • Understands multimedia and peripheral IP SW/HW power management and optimal perf/watt attainment strategies.

LEADERSHIP SKILLS

  • Effective with communication and building respect while communicating status to executive level audience.
  • Accomplished listener who can analyze, abstract, communicate the big picture, and bring along the team.
  • Develop strong partnerships with program stakeholders across the organization and development partners outside the organization.
  • Excellent verbal communication and written, presentation skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, analytical, planning, and technical management skills.

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:

  • Product development with hardware platforms and their software & firmware ecosystems.
  • Experience in the PC architecture space and familiarity with hands-on system setup & testing and the care abouts for power and power and performance data collection hygiene.
  • Direct technical experience on APU/CPU system performance analysis and micro-architectural power management.
  • Proven ability to deliver large cross-functional technical deliverables.
  • Experience working in a fast-paced matrixed technical organization and multi-site environment.

ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS:

Bachelor’s Degree (BS) in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science or relevant discipline plus a minimum of 10 years of industry experience including at least 3-5 years focused on system engineering and power/performance. Domain relevant Master’s Degree (MS) helpful.

 

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#LI-Hybrid

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