Senior Embedded DSP Software Engineer, Audio
Location: Boston, Seattle
Location: Boston, Seattle
You're not like everyone else.
You bring a unique perspective to the table. Transparency tops your list of values. Your smarts and creativity are off the charts, matched only by your humility. You want to collaborate with a team of diverse talent. You proactively contribute to a culture of respect and inclusion.
You enjoy a challenge.
Inquisitive and focused, you see every challenge as an opportunity. You're ambitious and unafraid to make mistakes because you learn from them and bounce back quickly. You don't stop until you get it right. "Impossible" isn't in your vocabulary. You're more interested in creating the future than waiting for it.
You love to listen.
You start every interaction from a place of listening and seeking to understand. You're culturally connected. You remember your first concert. You can readily recommend a binge-worthy show on Netflix, Hulu or HBO. You can't sit in traffic without a great audiobook, podcast or album. You can make a killer playlist. Your idea of a good weekend includes watching a movie or playing a video game.
• Develop optimized and efficient implementations of DSP algorithms for audio and voice processing from MATLAB models and give direction and feedback to algorithm developers on how to best structure algorithms to efficiently map them to various DSP processor architectures.
• Understand the end-to-end signal processing pipeline and use the DSP blocks to build complete systems.
• Interface with other software teams to define the proper DSP building blocks and APIs and how best to partition and schedule the processing across cores in a multi-core SOC device.
• Understanding where each and every processor cycle is being used so that the maximum amount of processor headroom is always available.
• Debug and isolate complex low level problems where the lines between software and hardware may not always be clear.
• Contribute to a portfolio of reusable and maintainable DSP processing blocks that can support multiple concurrent product development programs.
In 2002, Sonos set out to reinvent the way people listen at home. The wireless home sound system we created makes it easier than ever to fill any and every room with music, podcasts, TV, and just about anything else you could ever want to hear-all with brilliant, immersive clarity. Since then millions of people in over 60 countries have made Sonos part of their lives.
Today we remain focused on innovation, thoughtfully designing products, inventing new technologies, expanding our software platform, crafting the best sound experience and making a positive social impact in the world.
We're empowering people to listen better because listening builds understanding and drives change. It even increases happiness and brings people together. Simply put, listening leads to a better life. (We've got the data to prove it.)
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