Research Architect

11 months ago
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Mellanox Technologies is seeking creative and skilled software architects for exciting positions in the SW CTO office. The CTO office team focuses on providing the world’s most advanced solutions for the modern data center: High Performance Computing, WEB 2.0, Storage, Big Data, Cloud, SW Defined Network, Network Function Virtualization and more. In addition, team members represent the company in the various standard bodies including IETF, IEEE, IBTA and forums like ONF and OCP.

The advanced development and research group in the CTO office researches emerging technologies and guides the direction for the company’s future SW products. The group is looking for leading researchers in the fields of computer architecture, operating systems, parallel and distributed computing, networking, and algorithms.



The advanced development group is responsible for researching and providing proof-of-concept implementations of new technologies, with an emphasis on the SW eco-system in the data center, high-performance computing, and future SW-HW interaction. The group deals with multiple technological areas, from application behavioral analysis and algorithms, network simulations, middleware and API design, down to OS subsystems, device drivers, FW, and HW architectural modeling.

The group is in charge of developing state of the art technology and guiding execution teams through its implementation. In addition, group members are involved in business development, standards committees, and cooperation with both academic and industry research institutions. Individuals in the group must be proficient in SW development as well as research.


  • B.Sc with distinction in Computer Engineering, Computer Science or Electrical Engineering, or distinguished undergraduate students
  • M.Sc/PhD – advantage
  • Excellent engineering capabilities
  • Proven research capabilities (for graduates)
  • Prior knowledge and experience in operating systems, networking, and virtualization – advantage


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