Once a Design Registration is submitted, an Intel Representative must review it for approval. If it is approved, a corresponding Opportunity is systematically created and will immediately be viewable from the Opportunities tab.
You can click the Opportunity Name to open the Opportunity Details page.
Opportunity Management for Partners
When the Opportunity is created, you are responsible for updating dates.
When the Opportunity is created, you are responsible for updating the stage as the design progresses, and updating the quantities of the product as necessary.
You are also responsible for providing status updates as the design progresses.
Important—For any other business responsibilities, you must work directly with your Intel Representative.
Design Opportunity to Design Win
In order to claim an Opportunity as a Design Win, the following definition and supportive documentation must be met.
A Design Opportunity must be unique = one opportunity for one motherboard/PCB/platform/form factor, whereby unique is defined as:
Significant different in layout such as significant difference in peripherals
Significant different in validation effort required because of a change in product industrial design (core complex, form factor, thermal, and/or mechanical) or a change in hardware/software components (like a different chipset)
Adding new features, which lead to important enhancements (including a new, large volume model)
In order to document the Opportunity is ready to claim as a Design Win, you need to attach, in the Opportunity Notes and Attachments section, all proofs in the following areas:
Proof of volume
Proof of Design readiness
*Examples of acceptable Proofs:
Purchase Order (PO) placed (minimum 2.500 USD or 50 units)
Quote along with purchase transaction record snapshot from system or excel spreadsheet
Customer email documenting meeting minutes/agreement of production
Evidence of prototype (photo, video)
PR articles/customer website screenshot with evidence of Intel product
Reference to volume potential of the design within customer communication
Any other document stating clearly customer plans for volume production & go-to-market plans