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I worked at Sonus Networks (More than 3 years)RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Amazing company for technology. If you are intellectually sound and can pick up technology quickly, it is the way to open your career up to different technology. I would still be working for them if I didnt have the commute for 3 years.
I cant think of anything that Sonus has done wrong. I think they need to do a better job of competing against some of their competitors like ACME.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Sonus Networks (Westford, MA) in February 2015.
The interview process is overall unprofessional. The hiring manager called for phone screening and he spoke most of the time. The in person interview ended and hiring manager asked me to call back the day after to checkin and when I did so he would not return my calls or answers and hangs up with an excuse.
HR was absent all together through the entire process. When brought up the issue with the CEO and the HR, they both said positive things and wanted to talk to me in person, but at the end of the they did not.
- Trivial questions. For some reasons they all asked the same question on how I would help the company. Answer Question
Sonus Networks has found a sound place in the voice infrastructure market. The company makes hardware and software that public network providers -- including long-distance carriers, ISPs, and cable operators -- use to provide voice and data communications services to their subscribers. Service providers use Sonus' switches and related network software partly to transition from older circuit-based equipment to voice-over-IP (VoIP)-based systems. The company also provides installation, support, and training services. Its customers include SBC, Global Crossing, and Deutsche...