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Fast Facts: The Site
Intel Labs in St. Petersburg was formed in 2004 and conducts research and development on hardware and software technologies to improve connectivity and application performance on Intel platforms.
Leveraging core competencies, engineers in the R&D center are focused on:
- Software technologies, such as performance optimization, grid development, and business process automation
- Communications technologies, such as signal processing, system simulation, network protocols, Wi-Fi and WiMAX, that enhance wireless communication
Cool Stuff at Intel Russia—St. Petersburg
In addition to our many benefits and programs, employees get a bunch of other perks! Here's a peek at some of the cool stuff that makes Intel Saint Petersburg a great place to work.
- Free drinks
- Pampering amenities (massage chair, showers)
- Table tennis
- Employee discount programs
- Convenience services— ATM, currency exchange, computer store, flowers, book and DVD exchange
- Social networking channels where employees can connect with each other
Caring for our planet and inspiring the next generation
Intel Russia contributes to their community through their technological expertise in areas like education and environmental responsibility.
The Intel Saint Petersburg R&D Center works closely with the city universities to build a solid academic foundation that prepares information technology (IT) students for the IT industry.
Our St Petersburg team works closely with businesses and academic communities in the region to enhance university curricula for today's knowledge economy.
The Mathematics-Mechanical department at the Saint Petersburg State opened a student research laboratory in 2004 with the help of Intel.
A cross-university student lab, opened in 2005, enables students from different universities to work on joint projects.
Through the Intel® Teach Program, Intel Russia employees train primary and high-school teachers to use technology effectively in the classroom so students are prepared to compete in today's technical world.
Intel's IT data center in Russia hosts about a thousand servers. To improve energy efficiency of the center, external cold air is used to cool the data center during winter, and the heat from servers is used to warm the office area.
The St Petersburg team is actively involved in American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) efforts to establish a transparent and positive business environment for foreign investors in Russia and specifically in St Petersburg.