General Information

Req #
WD00010864
Career area:
Hardware Engineering
Country/Region:
Taiwan
State:
Taipei City
City:
Taipei
Date:
Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Working time:
Full-time

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Description and Requirements

UEFI/BIOS related works during the planning, development, and validation phases of the server product development. Responsibilities (but not limited as list):

Responsible for x86 or AMD server UEFI/BIOS development, including feature development and bug fixing. Working with internal team to design new product features into next generation. Working with internal team and end-customers to understand customer’s requirements.

Requirements

Bachelors or higher degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or similar field. Expertise with Intel and/or AMD x86 system architectures, including processor and chipsets. 7+ years’ experience in BIOS/UEFI development. Familiarity with Server BIOS development is highly preference.  Good understanding of UEFI architecture and EDK. Strong C coding skills and experience. Good knowledge of industry standards, such as BMC, IPMI, PCI/PCIe, USB, I2C, SPD, SMBIOS, ACPI and etc. Experience with Intel ITP or other HW tools to debug complex system firmware issues. Well organized, with good written and oral communication skills in both Chinese and English.

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