• Network Simulations Architect

    Job Locations Israel-Tel Aviv | Israel-Yokneam
    Posted Date 3 months ago(5/1/2019 4:56 AM)
    Job Length
  • Overview

    Mellanox Technologies is looking for Network Simulation Architect for an exciting position in the architecture group.


    The position includes development of large scale network simulations in order to evaluate large clusters performance.

    The employee will take active part in research for various solutions to enable the next large scale high performance computing clusters.

    The position spans over various layers from algorithms, software, firmware and HW.


    The architect should have proven experience in developing models for network simulations, analyzing simulation results and development of optimization algorithms.


    • B.Sc, M.Sc or Ph.D degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineer or Electrical Engineer.
    • Previous years of industry or research experience in large scale networks (5+ years with BS degree ,4+ years with MS Degree OR 2+ with PhD)
    • Excellent understanding of large scale networks behavior and the effect of distributed computing workloads effect on the network
    • Experience in development of simulation environments
    • Good knowledge in distributed computing environments
    • Possess strong managerial skills
    • Possess strong problem solving and critical thinking skills
    • Ability to work and operate in highly dynamic environment
    • Ability to work concurrently with multiple group in the organization

    Preferred Skills/Experience:

    • Good knowledge in network protocols – such as InfiniBand, IP, TCP and RoCE
    • Good knowledge with various network topologies
    • Good knowledge with various routing engines
    • Good knowledge in Python
    • Good knowledge in C++
    • Familiarity with HPC environments
    • Familiarity with routing algorithms
    • Familiarity with Omnet, NS3 simulation environments


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