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From: "Jones, Joel" <Joel.Jones@caviumnetworks.com>
Subject: JVM Implementor Position
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2016 19:21:27 +0000
I am a compiler architect at Cavium and we are looking to hire a JVM
expert for our team.
We are a small team and you would be heavily involved in making Java
run fast on our 48 core ThunderX ARMv8 processor. Having a single chip
with so many cores is a real challenge for the Java VM, and we have
plenty of interesting work to do. The ARMv8 architecture is a new
player in the server market, and is a "green field" environment where
you can make lots of important decisions that will have real impact.
Our work with ThunderX in one socket and two socket systems has shown
that implementation decisions that are appropriate for multi-core
machines (4-12 cores) don't necessarily scale to "many-core" machines
(48 or 96 cores).
We are located in San Jose, CA and are open to off-site workers.
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