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Qualcomm seeks bootloader engineer

Embedded Software Engineer – Bootloaders
Qualcomm processors provide integrated solutions for millions of diverse mobile and new emerging platforms across IoT, Automotive and Compute markets. It all starts with the Boot Firmware the first mission critical code to execute on our SoC(System on chip) and prepare the system for operation. We design and develop the software we put in mask boot ROM, along with system boot-loaders. Features we work on include image authentication, multicore setup, the UEFI pre-boot environment, configuration of next-generation DDR memories, ARM CPU and custom Qualcomm DSP/microprocessors, MMU/Cache memory management and advanced driver development for multiple boot/storage devices including eMMC, UFS, NAND, SPI-NOR, QSPI and flashless boot transport interfaces such as PCIe, SDIO, USB. Embedded Bootloader design & development involves architecting solutions to address different use cases and feature requirements in the early bootloader environment before the handoff to the High Level Operating System kernel. Engineer is expected to work with different Qualcomm build infrastructure tools and ARM compiler tool chains to enable different drivers and services for Bootloaders, optimizing them both for boot time, internal memory size constraints and power metrics.
* Design, development and integration of custom and/or open source Bootloaders for QCT mobile platforms.
* ThreadX, Linux, Android, Windows Boot process knowhow
* UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) based bootloader and device driver model experience
* coreboot, uboot based bootloader experiences

 

https://jobs.qualcomm.com/public/jobDetails.xhtml?requisitionId=1960693

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