Media Network Services (MNS.VC) develops and provides a number of value-added cloud applications for Visual Collaboration (.VC) via its globally distributed network and 11 data centers around the world. Key partners and customers include Cisco, Acano, Pexip, Videonor, and Viju.
QoS.VC provides video conferencing users with global network reach & quality, anywhere, anytime. Video call to any arbitrary destination with a predictable quality.
REC.VC makes video conferencing recording and streaming easy and affordable for any user. Bring your personal video recorder to any meeting.
We have aggressive roadmaps for these and other upcoming .VC cloud applications and are looking for skilled and enthusiastic web developers to strengthen our development team. You will participate in development of state-of-the-art Video Conferencing as a Service distributed system components, including media processing and SIP/H.323 signaling. The systems are running on Linux servers embedded in the QoS.VC network around the world.
Mid-senior level, minimum 3 years of software development experience.
The following qualifications are required:
In addition, experience from one or more of the following areas would be considered beneficial:
The MNS office is located in Oslo. MNS can provide home office arrangement if the right candidate is not located in close proximity to Oslo.
Please email your resume and application to firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP.
Media Network Services AS (MNS.VC) was founded in 2007 and is a privately held company registered and headquarted in Oslo, Norway. MNS.VC develops and provides a number of value-added cloud applications for Visual Collaboration (.VC).
MNS.VC has a top-caliber team that has developed a fundamentally new approach to network and infrastructure operations for the video conferencing industry. At MNS.VC we take pride in operating 24/7 on a global scale with a lean organization. We accomplish this by a high degree of responsibility and flexibility from all employees while we maintain a work-life balance