Rambus Jobs & Careers

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30+ days ago

Memory Architecture Researcher

Rambus Sunnyvale, CA

This research position in Rambus Labs will become a key member of a team investigating opportunities and disruptive solutions across the memory and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Optical Engineer

Rambus U.S. - Brecksville, OH

•Responsible for the optical design component of general lighting fixtures using Rambus’ proprietary technology •Interface with Product Development… Glassdoor

4 days ago

IT Intern - Business Applications

Rambus U.S. - Sunnyvale, CA

• Assist IT group members and project managers • Perform Due diligence on the requirement • Execute the tasks as per the project plan • Prepare… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Core Java Software Engineer

Rambus Sunnyvale, CA +2 locations

•Specify, develop, deploy, benchmark, maintain enterprise scale software applications •80% hands on Java software development; 20% documentation and… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Technical Security Assistant Project Manager (Contract)

Rambus U.S. - Sunnyvale, CA

•Assist in managing security and infrastructure projects •Write project definition documents and plans to get sign off from stakeholders, plan, and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

CRI - Senior Software Engineer in Test (SET)

Rambus Sunnyvale, CA

Cryptography Research Inc. is hiring outstanding Software Engineers in Test with expertise in appliances and distributed systems to join our world… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Experimental Computational Sensing & Imaging Internship

Rambus United States +2 locations

The Computational Sensing and Imaging Group within Rambus Labs continues to develop new classes of optical and infra-red sensors. We are seeking a… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Hardware Acceleration for Computational Imaging Internship

Rambus United States +2 locations

The Computational Sensing and Imaging Group within Rambus Labs continues to develop new classes of optical and infra-red sensors and imagers. We are… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Embedded Software Engineer

Rambus South San Francisco, CA

With the explosion of mobile and IoT devices, security is absolutely crucial. Cryptography Research is developing a revolutionary secure platform to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Scalability Test Automation Engineer

Rambus Sunnyvale, CA

•Develop distributed workload generator against cluster of tens or hundreds of nodes to achieve load testing, stress testing and scalability testing… Glassdoor

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Rambus President & CEO Ronald Black
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    Good CEO, too many middlemen

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    I worked at Rambus


    + Good salary and benefits
    + Open communication and lack of boundaries
    + Not much work pressure
    + CEO committed to adding share-holder value


    - A good company should have lots of "value creating engineers" and a few managers/hands-off engineers. Rambus has lots of management and hands-off engineers, but very few hands-on engineers who create value.
    - Trying to launch products, but there are still lots of design IP projects which don't ever create $$.
    - Very strong old boy network in parts of the company. Most Rambus VPs and Senior VPs are white Americans. While many of them are cosmopolitan, many of them give more responsibility to people with similar cultures whom they are more comfortable with. One would expect responsibility to be given based on performance - that's not always the case.
    - Performance-based incentives are far less compared to other Silicon Valley companies.
    - No real vision. Just boosting stock price is not a vision, like a previous reviewer said. The single-minded focus on boosting stock price leads to frequent cost cutting and layoffs to boost the next few quarters' EPS (which hurt the company in the long run).
    - Company has a reputation for not-so-good professional ethics. While the marketing team is trying to change this perception in the industry, some of the company's behavior is still on the borderline of what can be considered ethical. For example, people are frequently laid off just 3-4 days before their 6 month bonus payments (often worth $30k-40k) are due. These employees are out of a job unexpectedly, and at the same time the company relies on fine print to deny them money they believe they've earned.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Reduce the number of managers, hire and retain people who create value.

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