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Software Engineer - Cambridge

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IC Software
17 March 2012
14 April 2012
Emma Windows
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
to £50k plus benefits

Further information

Successful growing client in Cambridge immediately requires talented Software Engineers to work on the design and implementation of the embedded firmware and drivers for their next generation of ethernet products.

We are looking for engineers with a strong academic background in a numerical subject (e.g. maths, physics, computer science). Applicants must be skilled C embedded programmers with expertise in
- hardware/ software architecture issues,
- Linux kernel and device drivers,
- server system architectures,
- Ethernet & TCP/IP,
- embedded systems,
- PCI-Express,
- server virtualization (Xen/Vmware/KVM),
- digital design (EDA tools, Verilog, VHDL).

To be successful you will have the ability to quickly understand the hardware and software architecture. You will have worked extensively at the hardware / software interface involving networking in some capacity, programming in C and ideally Assembler on occasion.

Skills required: embedded C/C++, Linux kernel, device drivers, Server system architectures, Ethernet & TCP/IP, Embedded systems, PCI-Express, server virtualization (Xen/Vmware/KVM), Digital design, EDA tools, Verilog, VHDL

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