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Minerva has a great vision and is looking to move forward and they have a strong sense of direction. The company is dedicated to their product and working together to move forward. I enjoyed working for Minerva it provided me with great tools to further my own carrier.
Like any company they have their struggles with communication; however, everyone is very pertinent on finding solutions.
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through other source – interviewed at Minerva Networks (Alviso, CA).
Was recruited by one of their execs. Interviewed w/four people in 3 days including CEO. Interviews were always in a meeting room in the lobby so never saw the actual office area. Looked deserted. They asked me from the beginning what I was currently making and what I expected to make in this role. I let them know more than once and they said it wasn't an issue. So they made me the offer and it was well below what I was making and even more so below what I was asking and the benefits were horrible, the worst I've ever come across during all my years in Silicon Valley. Seems like a company in trouble based on how cheap they are. Needless to say I turned down the offer, and they still tried to get me to take it.
This company is on the front lines of the interactive television revolution. Minerva Networks develops video compression technology and broadcast systems used for delivery of video services over broadband IP networks, interactive television (iTV) services, and video conferencing. Its iTVManager software enables cable system operators to offer video on demand (VOD), pay-per-view, and other interactive services. Minerva also makes data compression hardware used to transmit video over computer networks. Customers have included Hargray, SK Group, and Twin Valley Telephone...