Frontier seeks 25 software developers for Cambridge design centre - Embedded.com

Frontier seeks 25 software developers for Cambridge design centre

LONDON — Frontier Silicon is recruiting software engineering staff for its Cambridge product design centre which has expanded to over 75 engineers since it opened in 2004, and now has 25 new vacancies in software development.

“Our Cambridge design centre is at the forefront of our development activities in digital and RF integrated circuits, mobile TV and DAB digital radio products. It has been instrumental in providing the technology for customers such as Philips, Sony, Sharp, Samsung Bang & Olufsen and Denon,” said Anthony Sethill, CEO of Frontier Silicon.

“Our Cambridge design centre offers experienced engineers the opportunity to work on leading edge new wireless/consumer technology development at one of the UK’s fastest growing, dynamic companies.

Frontier Silicon (Watford, England) employs 200 at its headquarters and in Ireland, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China.

It develops RFIC (radio frequency IC) design, digital design, digital and hardware product development, embedded software development and product testing. Its products are being used in DAB radios and mobile phones receiving television broadcasts in Germany, South Korea, and China.

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