Surveillance engineering is in our DNA — and guides everything we do.

About Rasilient

A decade-and-a-half ago, a handful of PhDs working in research at a global tech company decided they wanted to get out of the lab. We longed to roll up our sleeves and work to bring a product to life, something that solved a real—and specific—problem. So in 2001, we turned in our corporate badges, got our own space in Cupertino, California, and started Rasilient.

From the beginning, we concentrated our efforts on building products just for video surveillance. That’s because we knew most other systems being sold for surveillance were actually built for handling things very different from 24/7 video, and we believed customers deserved better.

Today, we’re known for our patented technologies and storage software algorithms that achieve up to 8 times the performance of general purpose storage products, while significantly reducing drive failure rate (and associated costs).

And because we’re nimble, focused and have that engineering DNA, we’re able to do business the way we believe it should be done: Fix problems and make things better rather than point fingers and pass the buck. That means we are 100% committed to providing personal customer support for the life of our systems, support that exceeds expectations in every way. And our customer support team doesn’t just help with Rasilient products—they’re experts in all areas of surveillance and can troubleshoot problems in other parts of an installation.

We’ve grown a lot over the years. New space in Santa Clara, California. Development centers in Shanghai and Taipei. Strategic investments from Intel Capital and Acorn Campus, two of Silicon Valley’s most highly regarded venture capital funds that back only the best of emerging high tech companies. Partnerships with the industry’s leading manufacturers and software developers.

But one thing that hasn’t changed since we started: Our commitment to solving problems without compromising so we keep our customers happy and keep the industry moving forward.

Rasilient by the numbers

Unique video surveillance patents

% of our engineers obsessed with video surveillance

Frequent flier miles earned for worldwide projects

% of team members who do whatever it takes to get the job done right

Careers and Jobs at Rasilient

If you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment where everything you do has a direct impact on the success of the company, Rasilient is the right place for you.

We are now accepting resumes for the following position(s):

Sr. Field Application Engineer

Manage pre-sales design win activity and post-sales support. Work directly with sales to close customers and prospects at the highest levels.

Position Requirements:

  • Understanding of key aspects of storage ecosystem – servers, I/O (HBAs, NICs), NAS and SAN array products, SAN/IP switches and gateways, content/security appliances.
  • Understanding of key aspects of TCP/IP, Fibre Channel, SCSI, iSCSI, NFS, SSL and IPSec.
  • Understanding the internal architecture of major platforms that make up the above markets.
  • Detailed knowledge of key software and hardware products in the above market.

Senior Software Engineer

The ideal candidate must have worked a minimum of 3 years in the data storage industry. Candidates must have directly participated in delivering successful storage related products to the market place and have thorough experience taking new designs through the entire product development life cycle. Requires BS/MS/Ph.D. from EE/CS with more than a total of 5 years experience in the computer industry. Must have strong experience developing embedded systems.

Position Requirements:

  • RAID
  • Caching
  • Linux internals and driver development
  • SCSI

Please send resumes to

RASILIENT Systems, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
3281 Kifer Rd.
Santa Clara, CA 95051

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