Ericsson and the Baseband Infrastructure (BBI) organization are pleased to announce the opening of a new software development center in the heart of Austin, TX to accelerate the adoption of 5G mobile technology. 5G is coming soon, bringing with it exciting possibilities in the Internet-of-Things (IoT), self-driving cars, agriculture and of course, streaming 4K video on smartphones!
Ericsson is the early leader in bringing 5G to market and our mobile networks are operated using a number of software systems with different requirements and characteristics. These systems include standardized orchestration software run on commercial off-the-shelf systems as well as signal processing software run on proprietary massively parallel hardware. Together, the software systems serve as the distributed brains of the mobile internet.
The BBI organization provides the software platform and toolset for the Ericsson Many-Core Architecture (EMCA). Our platform and tools are used by thousands of baseband application developers (5G, LTE, WCDMA and GSM) and new versions are deployed continuously. We believe in highly empowered and self-organizing teams that are involved in every step of the development lifecycle, starting from proof-of-concept to final deployment. All development is done in close cooperation with our internal Ericsson users and peers. The BBI organization is staffed by roughly 200 people spread across sites in Sweden, Canada, Poland and now in Austin!
As a Compiler Developer you will contribute to the design, development, deployment and maintenance of BBI software tailored to proprietary EMCA hardware. Your work will center on compiler diagnostics, static and dynamic code analysis and other source code tooling like linting and formatting. Additional responsibilities may include assembly code generation and optimization.
- A sound understanding of data structures and algorithms.
- Knowledge of object-oriented software design patterns.
- Exposure to continuous integration and deployment frameworks like Jenkins
- 5 - 10 years industry experience in C/C++ application development in a Linux environment. This requirement can be relaxed in lieu of advanced degrees and/or previous compiler development experience.
- A BS in Computer Science or Computer Engineering from an accredited four-year institution.
An agile, customer-focused mindset combined with a can-do attitude that borders on quixotic.
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Primary country and city: United States (US) || || Austin || R&D
Req ID: 282254
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