Software Application Engineer

1 month ago
Application Engineer
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Mellanox Technologies is looking for a Software Application Engineer, with background in the areas of driver development and Ethernet/Networking. 

As a SW Application Engineer, you will support our customers’ technical needs and help deliver Mellanox next generation’s solutions for the HPC, cloud, Web-2.0 and enterprise data center.  

The Software Application Engineer will drive technical improvements to Mellanox products while interfacing with most technical business units in the company.


  • Work as customer technical expert to address customer requirements and solve their technical challenges
  • Run and own proof of concept activities introducing Mellanox products and integrating them to new and existing accounts
  • Debug SW issues and provide solutions to customer
  • Lead complex integrations with customers, build and lead engineering task force, build debug strategies and lead them to execution, while communicating to customer
  • Participate in building SW products roadmap by providing customer product requirements and feedback to engineering and marketing teams
  • Train internal and external technical teams, be the learning interface between R&D and support teams


  • B.S. Computer Engineering/Software Engineering/Electrical Engineering 
  • Hands on experience with Linux operating system, networking and scripting
  • Good written and verbal communication skills in English
  • Experience working in a customer-oriented environment with ability to handle and resolve critical customer issues/problems
  • Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work directly with customers


  • Advantages:
    • Knowledge of Virtualization environments and Openstack
    • Previous experience with software development
    • Knowledge of Linux kernel and drivers development
    • Knowledge of additional technologies – DPDK, RoCE and Infiniband


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