You will participate in developing the framework and functional low-level tests for high-performance and/or low-latency NICs.
The developed framework is a userland+kernel prototyping system which includes some distributed logic as well as logical model that predicts various NIC or NIC-emulation behaviour.
Depending on your skills and the sub-branch of the project you might do:
QEMU model development.
-decent C knowledge (please note, we use pure C, not "C/C++")
-some level of technical English (as we work with foreign customers exclusively)
-work experience with Git and distributed team development
-understanding the principles of networking (Ethernet, VLANs, TCP/IP)
-Linux kernel-level programming
-understanding the principles of CPU architecture (virtual memory, caches, SIMD, memory barriers etc)
-knowledge of non-x86 architectures (e.g. ARM)
-work experience with VMs (QEMU, KVM, Xen etc.)
Not all bonus skills are required since because of the scale of the project you might contribute to one of the sub-branches with limited complexity. But if you know everything - you're welcome.
We will help with relocation to Armenia.