Senior Engineer - Media and Codec Engineering
Cisco Systems Inc. - SAN JOSE, CA
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Cisco Systems is seeking an experienced and motivated software professional to expand the Cisco Precision Video Engine (CPVE) development team located in Seattle, WA. CPVE is a media engine and framework that is used in many Cisco products to provide business quality HD Video and a superior audio experience. It is a key component of our TelePresence and Unified Communication solutions, and is a cross-platform technology utilized in desktop, mobile, tablet and virtualized products. Video is a high growth area in the industry. Members of this team are expected to help maintain and extend Cisco s leadership in this technology to meet our vision for superior media experience Anytime, Anywhere, on Any Device. We are seeking a software development engineer for the CPVE team who has 5+ years working on media processing technology. Qualifications for the position include:
Bachelors or Masters in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science, or equivalent experience, with an emphasis on media processing (video and/or voice), signal processing, image compression, and software design. Demonstrated ability to write optimized C/C++ code on multiple platforms Strong knowledge of unit test, automated test and debugging techniques Experience with intrinsic level optimization:
MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SIMD ARM optimization experience a plus:
NEON instruction set, ARM11, ARM Cortex-A8 Highly collaborative work habits and history of success in cross-functional work environmentsAdditional experience in the following is also highly desired:
Experience with multiple media frameworks such as gStreamer Experience with video transmission of IP network including error resilient encoding, FEC, error concealment. Experience with video steaming protocols, RTP/RTSP/HTTP Experience with video capture and rendering Solid knowledge and proven codec development in area of video codec algorithms and core principles ideally experience with H.264 and emerging video standards.