Technical lead (Former Employee) – Bangalore – 16 March 2017
Technology is not updated, funding on old legacy product revenue, no new ideas, Old management, politics. No learning curve shown. Uses old inhouse tools for testing which does not prove the capability of the products developed.
All three meals provided.
No good. Management has to change, all senior managers are over paid, no skill development.
Manufacturing Operations Director (Former Employee) – 深圳市 – 5 May 2016
China operation team is a strong team , but, Corperate senior managment does not enpower the local leader to run the entire operations in China, many interuption from headquarter to the local executions
Finance (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – 2 March 2015
Over the last few years, there has been a lot of change at this company. The changes stemmed mainly from sending manufacturing overseas (so, lay-offs made sense). However, Radisys recently began a new round of lay-offs affecting GA. Those that are left are reeling from the news that they have terminated positions for our key engineering people, as well as folks from HR, our lawyer and our facilities team. The outlook is bleak. We feel that either the company is going to be sold or go under. The general consensus is to look for a job. We've lost all our good people. Yet, they promote people into higher positions who have no background/experience to back such promotions.
Have a job...today.
Bleak outlook, constant lay-offs, good people let go while inexperienced people get promoted.
Excellent blend of highly skilled workforce and teamwork
Associate Engineer (Former Employee) – Bangalore, India – 22 October 2014
A typical day at work included doing the assigned tasks by a given time just like any other company, but what set this company apart from the rest of the companies is that each one may be assigned tasks which they've never done before and from various disciplines. This may include development, debugging, testing a product, helping with documentation and doing all this while trying to meet deadlines. This makes the work at RadiSys quite challenging but also very fruitful. At the end of my tenure at RadiSys, I had learnt how to deal with debugging issues that RadiSys' customers had rasied, helping with the development of projects, debugging in fields such as networking, he;ping the documentation team with the finer details of the project/product (as it was a product based company). When learning anything new, the coworkers help getting you up to speed so that you can learn faster and meet deadlines. The most challenging part of the job was mainly dealing with the multiplexed roles of a developer, debugger, tester and documentation help , but this was exactly what made the job satisfying and helped keep you on your toes so that we are never bored. Doing those challenging things only made me get better at all those things gradually.
Free lunch, Open environment, Lunch trips
Only yearly health check ups, no outdoor sports facilities
Intern (Former Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – 23 September 2014
It is a good place to start an internship. I learned many details of Tcp/IP protocol and how to set up servers. The management is loose since I am an intern. Co-workers are nice, they like new technologies and they do too much about their family in the workplace. My hardest part is reading the Perl code because I did not know anything about Perl at that time. The most enjoyable part of my internship is designed the UI.
Manager (Former Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – 16 October 2013
Radisys is a good place to work, the people are dedicated and driving to win. Markets are very soft in the embedded compute and solutions business, and Radisys needs to focus on strategic programs and stick to them.
BUYER / PURCHASING (Former Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – 27 September 2013
This was a semi-conductor manufacturing company. Almost each day was a desk job and identical to the day before. On going product awareness and learning on the job, working with manufacturing and product development
Hardest part of the job is that it was almost impossible to have the full knowledge of all thousands of parts and commodities that you deal in the material requirement planning.
The most enjoyable part of the job was that the people and my manager was extremely supportive and helpful. I cannot thank them enough.