Principal Software Engineer

Company Name:
SS8 Networks, Inc.
Design, develop, unit test and integrate modules and features for the companys Xcipio product. Develop and document the functional specification of the features for upcoming releases. Perform code reviews and test case specification reviews. Design and develop applications that can handle high traffic throughput using multi-threaded programming in C/C++. Receive high volumes of data at high rates using TCP/IP as the key means. Utilize high performance traffic processing methods, including zero-copy and bulk data transfer between modules. Design, develop and test the new kernel module in the companys system using kernel programming. Port the traffic processing modules from Sparc to x86 architecture platforms. Design, test, and debug the distributed solution that involves the Xcipio (companys mediation product). Debug and support the critical field issues and provide necessary patches and service packs to address field issues in critical manner. Design, develop and port the new traffic processing module on Solaris and Linux OS running across Sparc and x86 platforms.
Bachelors Degree in Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, or a related field.
5 years of experience as a Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer or related position.
Experience with kernel programming.
Experience with multi-threaded programming in C/C++.
Experience with distributed architecture and Object Oriented design and methodologies.
Experience with TCP/IP Network Stack and Writing Network Apps.
Location: Milpitas, CA
Qualified applicants should send their resume to SS8 Networks, Inc. Attn. HR, 750 Tasman Drive, Milpitas, CA 95035. Only resumes received by mail will be considered.

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