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ADTRAN Chairman, CEO, and Director Thomas R. Stanton
Thomas R. Stanton
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    Conservative and friendly company with a solid set of products and a flexible working environment.

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    I worked at ADTRAN full-time

    Pros

    Decent compensation package, and plenty of "doers" that make things happen. The hardware engineering team produces quality products at competitive price points.

    Cons

    The Enterprise division is micro-managed to the point that director-level employees don't have the authority to make decisions and spend capital to invest in the future of the company. Although products tend to perform well, the company is generally not innovative and tends to implement features only after they've been proven in the market.

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    Give your senior employees more decision making authority, but don't be afraid to shake things up if they're not performing or are incapable of making (good) decisions.

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ADTRAN Interviews

Updated 23 Oct, 2014
Updated 23 Oct, 2014

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    Software Development Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Huntsville, AL (US)
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Huntsville, AL (US)
    Application Details

    I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeksinterviewed at ADTRAN in September 2014.

    Interview Details

    Was first recruited at my University, and had a short interview. Few technical questions were asked at this point, and I was invited to interview in Huntsville in a few weeks. The onsite interview was a long day. I had 9 interviews, all with different departments. There were a few technical questions, but they were fairly basic. I asked a lot of questions about what each group did, but by the end of the day it all started to run together. Each interview was different. Some were with a single manager, but most were with a manager and a few of their engineers. The campus was very beautiful, and I got the impression that this is a very team-based workplace.

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    • Questions varied alot by team. One team asked about bit-manipulation, one team was more interested in object-oriented concepts.   Answer Question
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America's 200 Best Small Companies, Forbes, 2009
America's 200 Best Small Companies, Forbes, 2008

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Website www.adtran.com
Headquarters Huntsville, AL
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1985
Type Company - Public (ADTN)
Industry Telecommunications
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (CAD) per year

ADTRAN turns copper into gold. The company offers about 1,800 network access products and systems used to enable Internet access, telephony, data transport, and video over voice and data networks, from traditional copper wire to optical. ADTRAN sells its switches, routers, and multiplexing systems to wireline and wireless carriers and service providers, such as AT&T, Qwest, and Verizon. Its enterprise networking equipment ranges from modems to larger integrated access devices intended for multiple users, access routers, multiplexers, firewalls, and radio equipment. The... More

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