Software Developers

Company Name:
Oracle America, Inc.
Oracle America, Inc. has openings for Software Developers in Bedford, MA. Design, develop, troubleshoot and/or test QA software. Define and develop software for tasks associated with the developing, debugging or designing of software applications or operating systems. Specify, design and implement modest changes to existing software architecture to meet changing needs. Develop software and tools in support of design, infrastructure and technology platforms and determine hardware compatibility. Implement various functionalities in the P-CSCF/SLP/Transcoding products. Sustain the current VoLTE deployments and trials. Support transcoding for wideband codecs and T140 baudot support. Utilize graduate-level research and analysis skills.
Employer will accept Masters degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or related technical field and 3 years of work experience in job offered or 3 years of work experience in a software engineer-related occupation. Experience must include: 1) Object Oriented Programming using C++; 2) Working knowledge of the software development cycle; 3) Working knowledge of real-time embedded operating systems: Linux, VxWorks; 4) Knowledge of transport protocols (TCP/IP/UDP); 5) Knowledge of VoIP Protocols: SIP; 6) Network Protocols: SNMP, RTP/RTCP; 7) Programming Languages: C, C++, Perl and Shell scripts; 8) Networking Technologies: Voice over IP (VoIP), Voice over traffic simulation, Network Security. Experience may be gained concurrently.
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