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Santa Clara, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
1995
Company - Private
Electrical & Electronic Manufacturing
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Sony, Samsung Semiconductor, ON Semiconductor
OmniVision Technologies gets the big picture with a single chip. The fabless semiconductor company designs semiconductor image sensors (CameraChips) that capture and convert images for cameras, mobile phones, notebooks, and webcams. Its CameraCube device combines the ... Read more

Mission: Our Vision is to be the technology behind every image while advancing quality of life.

And our Mission is to foster a passionate, fast-paced environment with a fierce commitment to innovation, execution and customer satisfaction.

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OmniVision Technologies Photos

OmniVision Technologies photo of: OmniVision's 20th Anniversary: an intimate gathering with HQ employees, families and Carnival!
OmniVision Technologies photo of: 2017 Family Giving Tree
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OmniVision Technologies Interviews

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    Sensor Characterization Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Santa Clara, CA
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    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at OmniVision Technologies (Santa Clara, CA).

    Interview

    Had a phone interview first describing your background and answering several technical questions, then followed by an onsite interview lasted for 4-5 hours with 8-10 people. The experience was good and they are looking for someone with solid analog and VLSI design background.

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Company Updates

  • Happy holidays!

    OmniVision is proud to partner with Family Giving Tree (http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQDiU), a charitable organization dedicated to inspiring underserved children and individuals throughout the Bay Area.

    One in four children lives in poverty in the Silicon Valley. These children don't expect to receive anything during the holiday season, but we are doing our best to change that. Our employees’ donations will make a difference this season for 80,000 Bay Area children and individuals.

    Please consider joining us by making a voluntary donation today! For over 27 years, the Family Giving Tree has fulfilled more than 1.3 million specific holiday wishes and is looking to OVT to continue their work. This year, Family Giving Tree has set a goal to fulfill the holiday wishes of 80,000 local children.

    —23 hours ago
    Home - Family Giving Tree

    With an annual Holiday Wish Drive and STEAM inspired Backpack Back-to-School Drive, Family Giving Tree has been granting children's wishes for joy and learning for over 26 years.

  • Check out this Vision Systems Design exclusive interview with our CTO Boyd Fowler on how our latest Nyxel™ technology solves the Near-infrared imaging challenges for night vision applications.

    http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQDEG

    —1 day ago
    Near infrared imaging: Process improvements boost NIR quantum efficiency

    Capturing images at very low light levels is critical for many medical, scientific, military and security imaging applications. Doing so requires image sensors that exhibit a high quantum efficiency (QE), a low read out noise and dark current, as well as a wide dynamic range that allows high spatial resolution imaging across a range of illumination conditions.

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