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I worked at Microsemi (More than a year)
Excellent team dynamics and work environment
Sometimes challenging to find work-life balance
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Microsemi (Lowell, MA) in October 2017.
I was contacted by a recruiter on Linkedin and I applied online after that. I was invited for an onsite interview where I was interviewed by 6 different people (half hour each one). They mostly asked me about my resume and the projects that I worked on. They were very informative as well regarding the company.
Massachusetts State Representatives Jeffrey Roy and Frank Moran recently honored Microsemi’s Lawrence team as part of the Manufacturing Month Award Ceremony for its dedication to the sustainability and advancement of manufacturing in Massachusetts. The ceremony took place at the Statehouse in Boston. Representing Microsemi were Lar O'Shea (director, operations engineering) and Bill King (senior wafer fab and engineering manager).
Designed to scale from the edge to the aggregation layers of mobile operators’ network infrastructure, Microsemi's new TimeProvider 4100 is a highly flexible IEEE™ #1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) grandmaster clock. With eight #Ethernet ports and four E1/T1 ports in the base unit, TimeProvider 4100 provides a very feature-rich gateway clock device for #LTE, #LTE-A and #5G, capable of supporting legacy infrastructure and evolving network needs.
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