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SSE - C & SS7


Looking for a SS7 and C/C++ programmer should able to develop new features and maintain existing modules.

What you'll be responsible for?

• Construct, develop, code, debug and maintain applications.

• Conform to define software design methodology for the development and implementation of Internet based application to support all aspects of web site functionalities.

• Perform code review and evaluation and determine recommendations for adaptation.

• Creation of Low-Level Design Document from Functional Specification and Technical design document.

• Generate application test data as necessary and validate any data conversion requirements for final implementation and production roll out.

• Being responsible for the analysis, design and development of certain key business application.


What you'd have?

• 5-7 years of developing experience with SS7 with C/C++ and MySQL. Experience breakup C/C++: 5 to 7  years SS7: 5 to 7 years Linux: 5 to 7 years MySQL: 4+ years.

• Hands on experience on Dialogic/Telesoft SIGTRAN/TDM Stack and its configurations

• Understanding and implementation of SS7 signalling servers

• Good experience on SS7 protocols like MTP, SCCP, TCAP, ISUP, MAP layers and SMPP Protocol

• Must have Strong C and C++ programming skills on Linux developing multi- threaded applications

• Working knowledge of MySQL and other relational DB.

• Will add more advantage, if Working knowledge of any products like SMSC, MCA, USSD, OBD, IBD etc

Why join us?

We thought you would never ask! We offer all the usual stuff: competitive salary, flexible working hours, challenging product culture but the real perks are:

• Challenging and fun work environment solving meaningful real-life business problems - you will never have a boring day at the office.

• World-class team who love solving tough problems and have a bias for action. Tanla is an equal opportunity employer.

We welcome and encourage diversity in the workplace regardless of race, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.