Headquarters Cambridge, MA
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Operated By Raytheon
Founded 1948
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

Raytheon BBN Technologies solves real problems through the creation and disciplined application of advanced technology. With expertise spanning information security, speech and language processing, networking, distributed systems, and sensing and control systems, our scientists and engineers have amassed a substantial collection of innovations and patented solutions... More

Mission: We believe:

Hiring great minds allows us to tackle challenging work, which then attracts more great people.

The work we do can have a massive impact on the way we...

Raytheon BBN Technologies – Why Work For Us?

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undefinedGovernment customers turn to Raytheon BBN Technologies for solutions that help make us safe and secure; business customers rely on us for breakthrough thinking that helps them bring new innovations to market and gives them a competitive edge.

What we believe

Hiring great minds will attract the most challenging projects, which, in turn, will attract more great people.

Covering new ground, and solving previously unsolved technological problems.

Making a difference. Each Raytheon BBN Technologies breakthrough can have a massive impact on the way we live -- a powerful motivator for both customers and employees.

Trying. We see and make connections between technologies and ideas that others do not or cannot.

Development over research. What we make, works. Our goal is to solve problems by creating real-world, working solutions for both government and business organizations.

Drawing from a range of disciplines - voice, networking, encryption, security, acoustics, physics, signal processing - to collaborate and make new connections.

Treating customers as collaborators and partners. We listen, we give straight answers, and we never forget that we are a service business.

Working at Raytheon BBN Technologies

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Top of the class engineering, threatened by Raytheon bureaucracy

  Former Employee in Cambridge, MA

Pros: Challenging work on medium-sized, interesting projects. Smart colleagues, easy information sharing. Easy going pace compatible for family-work balance. Competitive salary. Flexibility to pursue projects that are of interest to you if you can find… Full Review

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Cambridge, MA Aug 2014 Reviewed last week New

Interview Details – Phone interview was ridiculous - 90 minutes of programming, math, engineering and cognitive science questions (as related to NLP). Interviewer literally made me write code over the phone! I would have been screwed if I didn't have google open as I was answering his questions.

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Raytheon BBN Technologies Awards & Accolades

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Internet Hall of Fame, Internet Society, 2013
National Medal of Technology and Innovation, The National Science and Technology Medals Foundation, 2012
Internet Hall of Fame - Ray Tomlinson, Internet Society, 2012
National Academy of Engineering - Jim Bager, National Academy, 2011
Internet Award--Ginny Travers, IEEE, 2008
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