Intel @ Technion – Shlomit Weiss

  • Date/Time
    Date(s) - 01/06/2016
    11:30 am

    Location
    Taub Building, CS Faculty

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    Shlomit Weiss

    General Manager, Network Platforms Group, Silicon Engineering, Intel

    Game Changing Design

    When and where
    Wednesday, 1 June 2016, 11:30 Room 337 CS Building 

    Abstract
    produce design developed in through the years in many fronts and requirements. Today SOC products require aggressive targets in all fronts: frequency, performance, low cost, low power……  To address those new and growing requirement there needs to be a basic change in the design concept and solutions.  Working in parallel convergence, parallel fronts and analyze tradeoffs together is the approach used to being the best SOC products to the market. This talk is describing the challenge and principals in applying the new approach.

    Short bio
    Shlomit Weiss, VP Data Center Group – General Manager Silicon Development Networking Group, Intel.  In her previous role Shlomit was GM of Client Products Development responsible design of all Client SOC products. In her role managed a cross site organization of about 650 people. Between the products designed and developed in the organization 6th generation “Core names Best processor Ever”. She is based in Intel Israel, has been at Intel since 1989, with a third of her time in different positions in the US. In her career at Intel Weiss has worked in various projects starting in validation, design, cluster manager, and architecture. Previously Weiss managed the architecture of the Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor definition receiving an Intel Achievement Award, one of most prestigious Intel awards, for the architecture of that CPU. Weiss earned her master's degree cum laude in computer engineering from Technion in Haifa, Israel. In her limited free time, Shlomit enjoys traveling, folk dancing and spending time with her family.

    Read more about Shlomit – here