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Fast Facts: The Site
Started as a green field project in 2010, the Intel Romania Software and Development Center’s (IRSDC) focus is on IT research and development for next generation computing solutions. Part of the Intel Software and Services Group, the IRSDC includes:
- A large team of software engineers dedicated to Open Source development and innovations in Open Source technologies
- A team of highly skilled engineers focused on Platform Analysis and Optimization
- A business development team for the Intel Security Software and Services Division
With the opening of the IRSDC, Intel Romania joins Intel's established research and development network across European countries including Germany, France, Spain, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Poland and Finland.
Our site in Bucharest is also home to a Sales and Marketing team which provides world-class sales and support at the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), developer and end-user levels.
Cool Stuff at Intel Romania — Bucharest
In addition to our many benefits and programs, employees get lots of other perks! Here's some of the cool stuff that makes Intel Bucharest a great place to work:
- Café with free drinks and fruit
- Bicycle racks and lockers
- Indoor recreation amenities (recreation room, board-games, Ping-Pong, foosball, chess, Wii, massage chair)
- Organized leisure activities (winter & summer trips)
- Employee discount programs
- Social networking channels where employees can connect with each other
- Convenience amenities (mobile phone chargers, umbrellas, parking slots)
Caring for our planet and inspiring the next generation
Employees of Intel Romania contribute to their community through their technological expertise in areas like education and environmental responsibility. More details can be found in the Intel Romania 2012 CSR Report.
Supporting Academic Innovation
In October 2012, Intel opened Intel Student Open Lab at the University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest. Annually, 650 students have access to the lab and its facilities. In addition, the lab is a research space, which allows a constant interaction between Intel employees and students, through the mentoring program.
To encourage young people to get involved in R&D, Intel Romania offers students numerous internship opportunities, lasting from three months to a year. Currently, 20% of Intel Romania Software Development Center employees are interns. In 2012, Intel’s employees dedicated more than 400 hours toward teaching in top technical universities and helping students accomplish their open source software projects for their Bachelor, Master or PhD degrees.
Intel® Teach Deployment
In 2007, Intel Romania launched the Intel® Teach Program, through which we have trained more than 20,000 teachers. The module has been available online since 2012.
Intel Education Solutions - Tablet Pilots
Intel constantly strives to create new solutions for inspiring the next generation. The Intel Education Solutions pilots and tablet pilots are run by Intel in different cities such as: Bucharest, Târgu Jiu, Alexandria, Oradea, Stei, Beiuș, showcasing Intel Classmate PCs and tablets for students and teachers, interactive whiteboards, WiFi Internet connection and digital manuals.
Intel Romania launched several initiatives to reduce the impact of our operations on the environment, including smart building and recycling policies. We are also proud that most of our employees choose “green” transportation, commuting to work via subway, bicycle or on foot.