- 5.0Sep 1, 2013SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsBengaluru
Work Culture of the company is inherited from Nokia Wireless division, great place to work for, lot of freebies which includes free mobile phone, monthly phone expense upto 2K, Gym and transportation at subsidized rates to name a few. Good exposure to cutting edge technologies (2G/3G/4G on modem side), Emphasis to Work-Life balance
Frequent re-org (once in six months on an average) leaves an employee fuming sometimes
- 4.0Aug 19, 2013Senior Build and Release EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearBengaluru
Work culture is excellent because it is inherited from Nokia. Employee friendly HR policies: Work from home, Cab facility, claim internet bills, free mobile issued as part of joining formalities. You will get to understand global work culture as you interact with different site locations. Pioneers in technology and have great chance to learn GSM/3G/LTE. Competition among employees is healthy.
Hikes aren't great. No bonus paid since last 1 year. Bangalore management is dependent on prominent sites UK and finland. Unable to find good customers for their product and sustainability is a big question in longer run.
- 3.0Oct 1, 2014Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Great place for those wanting to work on cutting edge R&D work developing Wireless Modem Software. Management welcomes people with great R&D skills, but not much opportunity for other support functions or front end roles Campus is huge as it is set up as part of a open defence industry compound
Company was acquired by Broadcom