Principal Engineer, Firmware Engineering
- Seoul, Korea, republic of
- Business Function: Firmware Engineering
- Work Location: Seoul Office--LOC_WDT_KR1101
The future. It’s on you. You & Western Digital.
We’ve been storing the world’s data for more than 50 years. Once, it was the most important thing we could do for data. Now we’re helping the world capture, preserve, access and transform data in a way only we can.
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But we can’t do it alone. Today’s exceptional data challenges require your exceptional skills. It’s You & Us. Together, we’re the next big thing in data.
Western Digital® data-centric solutions are found under the G-Technology™, HGST, SanDisk®, Tegile™, Upthere™, and WD® brands.
This position needs to understand NAND and FTL experience that has deepened into intuition and highly skilled at bringing up new products. Knowledge of error correction codes, statistics, variability, probability, design of experiments.
In this position, the individual will perform programming / implementing SSD firmware in C / C++ / Python language, debugging issues and problems coupled with RTOS, SATA and NVMe/PCIe protocol and NAND interface. The individual analyzes, designs, programs, debugs and modifies SSD firmware. Troubleshoots code for firmware (IC embedded code) applications. Work often involves analog and digital hardware and software operating systems. Position requires knowledge and exposure to hardware design. Typically programs in machine language, assembly language and high level languages (e.g., C, C++, Python).
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