Software Development Engineer - ASIC Drivers



Job Description


Come and join us. Intel is seeking highly qualified candidates to join the BXD Barefoot Switching Division in our Data Platform Group DPG as a Software Development Engineer. We are part of the Connectivity Group CG and are looking for motivated passionate and talented engineers to join our software team. We are a strong vibrant cross site team which helps drive Intel's programmable switching technology and products to position Tofino as the switching platform of choice and for the Cloud and Data Center network deployments develops switching technologies and software use in integrated system and processors

In this position you will gain invaluable experience which will allow growth and expanded opportunities within this business group as well as future possible opportunities with other business groups within Intel. Responsibilities entails
Develops software as the primary job function
Designs and develops test methodologies for complex software
May work directly with companies that are developing and optimizing compilers, operating systems and other software technologies



Qualifications


Minimum Qualifications
BS Degree in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering or related field and 6+ years of industry work experience
6+ years of experience of programming skills in C and or C++ and OS such as Linux QNX
4+ years of experience in designing and developing high performance switching or routing software
4+ years of experience with design and development of Layer 2 Layer 3 ACL or multicast networking control and or data plane software

Additional Preferred Qualifications
6+ years of experience in operating system architecture such as memory management IPC scheduling task switching concurrent memory access event driven programming
6+ years of experience with software design and development in at least one of these area
1+ years of experience in QoS and traffic management drivers
1+ years of experience in Port and SerdesPHY drivers
1+ years of experience in PCIe DMA drivers and Linux Kernel Modules


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