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Hot Jobs at IBM

Profiling STG, the hardware innovators of IBM

2012: Volume 1, Hot jobs

IBM Systems and Technology Group (STG) develops and delivers the semiconductor, server and storage technologies that are the backbone of the IT architecture for IBM's Smarter Planet initiatives. Systems sales teams work directly with clients to help them imagine, design and build IT solutions that solve their biggest business challenges. Whether clients are seeking to flatten and converge their networks, or implement more efficient, automated and intelligent approaches to storage solutions, these IBMers play a pivotal role in creating the solution, and so can you.

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To see our hot jobs go to Keyword Search and type in 'STG Storage' or 'STG Networking' and fill in 'Job Area' with your expertise. The jobs will show up under Business groups IBM Systems and Technology and IBM Sales & Distribution.

Yuan Yin, STG Sales Specialist, USA

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1. What are your main job responsibilities?

As a competitive storage sales representative, I am responsible for increasing IBM revenue and profit from competitive accounts by building relationships with customers, developing sales strategy, and educating customers about the value IBM brings. I oversee the sales cycle from start to finish, from identifying and developing the opportunity, to closing the deal and coordinating delivery.

2. Anything you learned about IBM you didn't know before?

IBM is not just an IT computer company. The innovations from IBM help solve so many diverse issues, including tracking water quality and monitoring traffic. I am also very impressed with IBM's commitment to community services. I enjoy being an IBM services leader and volunteering at different events, including organizing Robotics Olympics, helping with design challenges at Museum of Science, and being a judge at science fairs.

Ramesh Ponnapalli, STG Software Engineer, USA

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1.What are your main job responsibilities?

My main responsibilities include developing NextGen DataCenter Networking Software. I collaborate with the high-end server teams to help define the Networking aspects of a solution, particularly focusing on server interconnects and data center networking. In addition, I collaborate with the Application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) and Field-programmable gate array (FPGA) team to implement the key networking features in next generation chipsets that IBM is developing. Being a part of a bigger team at IBM, I provide technical consultation to other teams and engineers working on various aspects of IBM's DataCenter networking strategy.

2. Why did you choose to work for IBM over other companies?

Most major IT companies are trying to be a one-stop shop for both enterprise and service provider (Cloud) data center needs. But many of them are either data center infrastructure providers or software/application providers that run on/manage this infrastructure. With IBM, the company sensed the need to add networking to its data center portfolio for an end-to-end solution. I believe in IBM and its ability to "drive" change and I felt coming to IBM was the right fit for me.

Corneliu Calciu, STG Software Developer, IBM Romania

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1. What are your main job responsibilities?

I'm working as software developer in the Systems and Technology Group. My main responsibilities are to develop and maintain software for networking equipment. The job requires investigating solutions for current problems, working close to new hardware solutions, creating design documents, code writing and debugging.

2. Why did you choose to work for IBM over other companies?

I choose IBM over other companies because IBM is a leader in the market place in many areas including servers and software. I wanted to work for a company who has a reputation as being an innovation leader.

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