Metaswitch Networks
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US Accounts Assistant in 11600 Sunrise Valley Dr. Suite 380
on April 13, 2020
The wide diversity of employees make the technology interesting. Awesome support system, internal support, and team work. Will miss working with the team very much.
Sales Engineering in Richardson, TX
on December 4, 2019
A wide product portfolio and the ability to take it to markets in Latin-America. Very close interaction with other areas of the company (Product Management, Engineering, bid-office).
Manager in work from home
on July 27, 2018
Best company I every worked for. Hiring process is intense including multiple interviews with multiple people, testing, etc... however the end result is you get to work with a set of peers that all are smart and pull their weight - great environment. This is a merit based company. They match that with personalized employment development program and yearly development reviews. Great opportunity for strong achievers.
Program Director in Fort Collins, CO
on January 10, 2018
Very sharp people throughout the organization. Many opportunities to learn and advance. The company is restructuring their US support group and relocating the jobs to their Belfast, Ireland facility.
Support Engineer, CFS/UMG specialist in Taylor, MI
on January 9, 2018
A typical day at work might include resolving interop problems between IP endpoints, and network media gateways. It might include solving complex translations problems associated with local number portability. It might include troubleshooting fax problems over VoIP connections.I learned a lot about the IP RFC's, (but do not consider myself an expert). My perspective was to learn / understand how "we", (Metaswitch), deployed our support of the various RFC's. I learned a lot about TCAP, and AIN in general.The most difficult part of the job was translating customer complaints into actual "systematic" problems, (associating with call flow, or RFC violation, or possibly external IP network problem(s)). Another source of difficulty had to do with translations, and the rules associated with those flows.

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