Type of Positions
Full-Time Entry Level
Network Architect Intern
ASIC Engineer I
ASIC Engineering Intern
Hardware Engineering Intern
Majors or Schools
Computer Engineering w/ Networking Specialization
Computer Engineering w/ Hardware Specialization
Computer Engineering w/ Software Specialization
Electrical Engineering w/ Computer Specialization
Electrical Engineering w/ Telecommunications Specialization
Network Architect Intern - Work with Product Planning and Management to perform Network Analysis based in traffic demands and product constraints. Develop algorithms to optimize network designs and provide creative solutions to meet specific requirements
ASIC Engineer I - The Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC) design engineer is responsible for designing logic in ASIC and FPGA devices for use in telecommunications systems. The ASIC design engineer is also responsible for verification of logic designs using simulation tools, implementation into a specific technology using industry-standard synthesis, mapping, and placement tools, as well as laboratory analysis and testing of the final device. The ASIC design engineer is required to provide schedule input and documentation for the project, in addition to supporting S/W integration and customer issues.
ASIC Engineering Intern - Job responsibilities can include designing or verifying logic through simulation or lab testing under the guidance of an experienced engineer, as well as synthesis, logic implementation, and script generation for targeting various FPGA technology.
Hardware Engineering Intern - The H/W Engineering intern will join us for a twelve week internship. The intern will assist senior engineers in the design and testing of telecommunications transmission equipment.
Platform Engineer - Embedded systems software engineer for telecommunications equipment
Design real-time, embedded software using Object Oriented techniques, implement in C++ and C languages
Apply efficient algorithms and data-structures for embedded control applications
Work on large parallel and distributed control applications
Adapt best-of-breed commercial Real-time Operating Systems (RTOS) to telecommunications infrastructure equipment designed and manufactured by Fujitsu
Implement and test interrupt-driven device drivers
Work with Ethernet and Internet Protocol (IP) communications stacks
Work in a full life-cycle development environment: requirements analysis, design, implementation, test and documentation
Fujitsu Network Communications Inc. is an innovator in Connection-oriented Ethernet and optical transport technologies, and is a market-leading provider of SONET, WDM, and packet optical networking solutions. Fujitsu enables its customers to migrate to fully converged packet optical networks that improve performance and profitability. With the support of Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702), a $50B company with approximately 170,000 professionals in 70 countries, Fujitsu enables its customers to migrate to fully converged packet optical networks that improve performance and profitability. Over 450,000 Fujitsu network elements have been deployed by all major carriers across North America. Fujitsu maintains a longstanding and highly-regarded position as a market leader by providing best-in-class data networking solutions optimized for Ethernet aggregation, transport and service delivery. For more information, please see: http://us.fujitsu.com/telecom.