Mobile Software Architect Modem
At HP as the world's largest PC and printing business, we make it matter for hundreds of millions of people each and every day. The Mobility Team at HP is dedicated to building next generation mobile devices, applications and services. We are looking for highly motivated people who are driven by innovation to shape the world.
As a Mobile Modem Software Architect you will be researching, designing, developing and debugging systems for HP's Mobility products. Requires a broad knowledge of engineering disciplines, methodologies and tools, as well as a desire to learn new technologies.
- Develops organization-wide modem architectures and methodologies for design and development of complex products, platforms, systems, software, and technology across multiple engineering disciplines, platforms and organizations within the Mobility Global Business Unit.
- Various projects with 2G, 3G, 4G and eventually 5G solutions.
- Projects are comprised of Requirements, Standards, Software, Test and Hardware Engineering. Spanning all aspects of cellular modem stack.
- Identifies and evaluates new technologies, innovations, and outsourced development partner relationships for alignment with technology roadmap and business value; creates plans for integration and update into architecture.
- Reviews and evaluates designs and project activities for compliance with technology and development guidelines and standards; integrates suggestions, updates, and innovations into overall architecture.
- Leverages recognized expertise, engineering acumen, and experience to influence decisions of carrier partners, development partners, and industry standards groups. Work with SOC development partners to drive higher performance, lower power consuming and lower cost SOC designs and reference platforms.
- Provides guidance and mentoring to less-experienced staff members to set an example of engineering design innovation and excellence
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