I have been working at Oclaro full-time (more than a year)Pros
good company, interesting and rewarding jobCons
necessary to attend too many meetings
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And you thought splitting hairs was tedious. Oclaro (formerly Bookham) integrates the light-processing functions of optical networking components onto silicon chips, which it then puts into communications products such as transceivers, transponders, transmitters, receivers, and modulators. Typical devices for dividing wavelengths of light combine several components, such as tunable lasers, lenses, and filters. The global company gets around 80% of sales from outside the US. In early 2009 Bookham merged with rival Avanex in a stock-swap transaction and changed its name to...