As the Internet, in due course, developed, more and more computing devices became connected, in particular mobile devices. The Internet of Things (IoT) is emerging and well underway, and the majority of internet traffic will be dominated by things rather than by computers built to fit the needs of humans. Scientists, entrepreneurs and innovators are seeking to make the world a better place by addressing real and demanding problems by leveraging the Internet of Things.
Looking for a undergraduate/graduate intern to support Intel's x86 Switch Platform Software API (drivers) and boot loader. The individual will be responsible for Intel's x86 Switch Software API (platform-dependent) and boot loader's issues' identification and reproduction. He/she will be working closely with internal technical support and development teams located both in Taiwan and in the U.S., and also with external customers (mostly local).
Intel® Galileo is an Arduino-compatible application development board based on Intel® Quark X1000 SoC, which is a 32-bit Pentium-class application processor. The hardware and software compatibilities to Arduino shields design makes Galileo a rapid prototyping platform for innovative algorithms and techniques. A light weight Yocto Project Linux was also released to run on Galileo; however, due to the nature of the light weight OS, the functions available are limited.