IBM Systems has openings for development engineering co-ops / interns to create and support our hardware and semiconductor products. We develop industry-leading hardware for IBM Systems, storage, and related products, including OpenPower and System Z enterprise systems. Development engineers are provided the opportunity to participate and learn in various aspects of the development and test process, such as: architecture, logic design, circuit design, verification, synthesis, physical design and layout, simulation, performance modeling, chip integration, design methodology, and power optimization. Basic requirements: candidates should have demonstrated programming skills (for example, C, VHDL, Verilog), design, test, and communication skills. Team-based experience in Microprocessor design, circuit/logic design, power systems, verification, analysis or testing is a plus. Candidates with at least 6 months of team-based working experience are preferred but not required. Candidates working towards degrees in fields related to computer hardware technology (for example, electrical engineering, computer engineering) will be considered. This position is for individuals who are currently pursuing a Masters or PhD degree. Position is in Austin, TX. Positions may be also available for different seasons and durations.IBM Power dominates the Unix market and now has its sights set on accomplishing the same in Linux. System Z dominates the mainframe market and is growing with Linux offerings and delivering near 0 downtime enterprise computing to emerging countries. The Watson supercomputer is built exclusively on Power processors. This new ecosystem allows Power to play an exciting role across many industries including healthcare, transportation, and business analytics as new customers from different industries continue to line up to have Watson tackle their toughest problems. IBM has announced the OpenPOWER Consortium, partnering IBM Power with other Information Technology (IT) companies to leverage architectures unique to Power to deliver increased value to customers. In addition, Power and System Z are aggressively shifting focus to Cloud computing and can leverage software acquisitions in this emerging space to make IBM the rising competitor in Cloud. We are designing next generation microprocessors to be integral to solving these important challenges for both Power Systems and System Z. Are you an IBMer? Come THINK with us! We are looking for top talent, come join our team!