HPC Fabric Management GUI Software Engineer
The Intel Fabric Management Software development team is looking for a GUI software development engineer to work in our King of Prussia design center to facilitate the delivery of the next generation Intel Fabric management products for High Performance Computing (HPC). HPC is being used today to help solve some of the world's most challenging scientific needs, including fusion energy, bio-medical research, physics, as well as traditional engineering such as aeronautic and automotive engineering.
The bulk of the work will be focused around the Fabric Management GUI needs of large scale HPC and datacenter Fabrics. This includes fabric topology display, fabric performance and error displays, fabric configuration and other details of fabric operation. Given the sizes of HPC fabrics and the performance requirements, there are many unique challenges to solve.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Engineering, Computer Science, or related discipline, or the equivalent in training and experience, and:
- 4+ years experience in Java coding of GUI applications and applets
Additional Preferred Qualifications:
- Experience with InfiniBand or another HPC interconnect
- Experience with HTML and XML
- Experience with network management GUIs
- Familiarity with network protocols and APIs.
Apr 1, 2013
Employees in the Intel Architecture Group (IAG) deliver innovative platforms across computing and communication segments including data centers, mobile and desktop personal computers, handhelds, embedded devices and consumer electronics. Intel's industry leading technology is used to create integrated hardware and software solutions such as processors, chipsets, communication radios, graphics processors, motherboards, and networking components that deliver capabilities from security and manageability to computing performance and energy efficiency. IAG employees are at the forefront of enabling a new era of computing that is more integrated into all aspects of our daily lives.
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