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To tape-out or not to tape-out, that is the question many are asking as a whole slew of IA-64 jobs came up for grabs at Intel at the end of last week. Our source close to the employment agency has sent us a massive list of job vacancies at Intel, all of which suggests there are still a few problems with screwdrivers at the chip giant. Here is the list, in full: 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Marketing Manager - Enterprise Server Group -- Portland, OR 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Product Marketing Analyst - Enterprise Server Group -- Portland, OR 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Software Engineer (OS Internals) - Enterprise Server Group -- Seattle-Tacoma, WA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Strategic Product Planner - Enterprise Server Group -- Portland, OR 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Architecture Validation Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- I/O Timing Design Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Logic/Micro-architecture Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Merced(tm) Circuit Design Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Merced(tm) Design Automation Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Merced(tm) Logic Design Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Merced(tm) Microarchitecture and Firmware Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Platform Validation Architect - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Project Manager (Microprocessor Packaging) - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Design Automation Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Design/Product Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Package Design Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Physical Design Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Product Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Software Design Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Software Development Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Software Engineer - Microcomputer Labs -- Seattle-Tacoma, WA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Software Engineer - Microcomputer Labs -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Software Engineer - Microcomputer Labs -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Software Engineers (Senior & Staff) - Microcomputer Labs -- Phoenix, AZ 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Staff Software Engineer - Microcomputer Labs -- Seattle-Tacoma, WA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- System Hardware Design Engineer - IA-64 Processor Division -- Santa Clara, CA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Graphics Programmer - Workstation Products Group -- Seattle-Tacoma, WA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Graphics Programmer - Workstation Products Group -- Seattle-Tacoma, WA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Software Performance Engineer - Workstation Products Group -- Seattle-Tacoma, WA 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Technical Marketing Engineer - Corporate -- Portland, OR 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Performance Analyst - -- Portland, OR 02-JUN-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Performance Analyst - Microprocessor Products Group -- Santa Clara, CA 12-MAY-99 -- Intel Corporation -- Senior Technical Marketing Engineer - Corporate -- Portland, OR However, it looks as though Intel has now filled the Performance Analyst slot, advertised earlier. ®

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