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Pixelworks President, CEO, and Director Bruce A. Walicek
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  • Great place to work in the early days (2000-2005).

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    Former Employee - Applications Engineer in Tualatin, OR
    Former Employee - Applications Engineer in Tualatin, OR
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    Leading edge technology. Company still leads projector market. Helping see new products in production you helped with. Great people to work with.


    Chips in the field became commodity and became hard to compete. Management team decided to offshore most of the work in mid to late 2000's which broke the company. By the time a course correction was made it was too late to save the core of the company and engineers who began everything.

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    Stick to core competencies of projector/scaling chips. Offer limited options for the TV and monitor market and beef up support to help most important customers. Rebuild the design team in the US and allow the Asian teams to develop chips to meet needs of their market.

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    Anonymous Employee in San Antonio, TX
    Accepted Offer
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    I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Pixelworks (San Antonio, TX) in November 2009.


    Owner interviewed me directly, asked about my past experience but didn't even look at my portfolio. He's not very technical, so he just assumed that I knew what I was talking about since it was all over his head.

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Website www.pixelworks.com
Headquarters San Jose, CA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1997
Type Company - Public (PXLW)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year

Pixelworks' chips put the sizzle in digital displays. The company's display controller integrated circuits (ICs) power visual displays in PCs, TVs, and other electronic devices. Its ImageProcessor system-on-chip ICs combine microprocessor, memory, software, and digital signal processor components onto a single device. Distributor Tokyo Electron Device (TED) accounts for about 44% of sales; distributors are behind more than 60% of Pixelworks' sales. Other customers include SANYO Electric, Seiko Epson, and Hitachi, which each account for 10% of sales. About ... More

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