• FW PHY Student

    Job Locations Israel-Yokneam
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(7/2/2018 4:33 AM)
    ID
    2018-4384
    Category
    SW
    Job Length
    Full-Time
  • Overview

    Do you consider yourself a technical leader? Want to get your hands on Mellanox’s cutting edge Network technologies? Are you a person who’s not afraid of searching for a needle in a haystack?

     LinkX FW team is looking for a talented Firmware engineer to take part in developing the 200GbE Data Centers and Networks of tomorrow.

     We develop the FW for every active cable/transceiver. Working with the Industry leaders in Machine Learning Platforms, Data Centers, High Performance Computing, Storage Platforms and more.

    Responsibilities

    You’ll be joining a winning team who is a Leading Supplier of End-to-End Interconnect Solution and that cares about who and what you are. We are a fast-growing company with positive energy that emanates from our team members' internal drive to develop, market, sell, and support cutting-edge products and services. We are a strong believer in developing our employees and giving them the tools to succeed.

     

    You will:

    • Develop Mellanox next generation network products firmware
    • Take part in advanced networking Firmware features development for Cloud and Data center. Focusing on Physical Link up process and optimizations
    • Collaboration with leading Network companies which are our customers

    Qualifications

    You have:

    • A B.Sc.\M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering degree or you are a Student in these faculties
    • 1-5 years of experience
    • Programming Knowledge in C , C++

    You might also have:

    • The motivation to learn and constantly improve processes and tools
    • Knowledge of real-time SW, RTOSs, Object Oriented
    • Knowledge of bus protocols like I2C, UART, SPI
    • Experience with MCU low level, bring ups, test equipment (Scope , Logic …)
    • Good knowledge of standard specs (Ethernet, MAC, InfiniBand, Physical Layers and Optics)

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