A Computer Networking Intern is sought to assist the Advanced Networking Systems team anticipate future needs for network technology, designs solutions to meet those needs, and develops prototypes to validate these solutions. The goal is to satisfy the service requirements of future network users while producing technology that can handle the expected scale of future networks.
This company is seeking qualified interns to support projects involving the design, analysis, simulation, and construction of innovative mobile data networking and computing systems. They may contribute to the implementation and design of new systems, algorithms and protocols for advanced networking systems in areas such as routing, network management, network infrastructure security, energy conservation, disruption tolerance, mobility, and wireless/satellite channel access. They may implement, test, simulate, and analyze the efficacy of new systems, architectures, algorithms, and protocols. Projects will involve diverse technologies and network infrastructures, including wired and wireless networks.
Qualifications for this internship include:
This company takes a different view of the global infrastructure. They see the changes ahead—mobile computing, a changing economic climate, and new security issues. They've developed and productized some of the industry's most disruptive innovations across every aspect of networking technology. It began with the initial separation of routing and forwarding and has led to more than 500 patents issued or pending.
This company is dedicated to developing new solutions based on simplicity and customized solutions—a single architecture, single operating system, and a single release train strategy. This ensures performance, reliability, and security at the scale that customers demand of their network, without compromise.