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3Com Corporation was a digital electronics manufacturer best known for its computer network products. The company was co-founded in 1979 by Robert Metcalfe, Howard Charney and others. Metcalfe explained the name 3Com was a contraction of "Computer Communication Compatibility", with its focus on Ethernet technology that he had co-invented, which enabled the networking of computers.
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3Com Corporation was a digital electronics manufacturer best known for its computer network products. The company was co-founded in 1979 by Robert Metcalfe, Howard Charney, and others. Metcalfe explained the name 3Com was a contraction of "Computer Communication Compatibility", with its focus on Ethernet technology that he had co-invented, which enabled the networking of computers.
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In September 2003, Brian Skelly contributing writer in the Siliconrepublic website,  wrote about 3Com Corporation and confirmed it is the worst:
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“Telecoms equipment giant 3Com confirmed this morning that it is to close its Blanchardstown production facility. Some 640 employees, the majority of the production workers, will lose their jobs. The plant will be wound down between the end of November 2003 and February 2004, according to a spokesman for the company, who said that a full support program was being put in place to help find new jobs for those made redundant. A small group of employees – 35 – is to be retained in R&D and sales and marketing, he added. The news comes at a time when eBay is set to expand its operations, which coincidentally are also based in Blanchardstown. Some reports say the online auction pioneer may be about to recruit an additional 1,000 staff. While the 3Com spokesman welcomed any new job opportunities in the area, he said it depended on what roles would be available and was unsure whether former production workers would be suitable. The closure of the 3Com plant is part of a major corporate restructuring program, which will result in the loss of 1,000 jobs worldwide. Over the next six months, the company will outsource all of its direct manufacturing, distribution, and related activities for its enterprise networking products to two contract manufacturers Flextronics, Singapore, and Jabil Circuit, Florida. Flextronics will also assume responsibility for 3Com’s global distribution from its regional hubs"

Latest revision as of 04:55, 8 October 2020

3Com Corporation was a digital electronics manufacturer best known for its computer network products. The company was co-founded in 1979 by Robert Metcalfe, Howard Charney, and others. Metcalfe explained the name 3Com was a contraction of "Computer Communication Compatibility", with its focus on Ethernet technology that he had co-invented, which enabled the networking of computers.

In September 2003, Brian Skelly contributing writer in the Siliconrepublic website,  wrote about 3Com Corporation and confirmed it is the worst: “Telecoms equipment giant 3Com confirmed this morning that it is to close its Blanchardstown production facility. Some 640 employees, the majority of the production workers, will lose their jobs. The plant will be wound down between the end of November 2003 and February 2004, according to a spokesman for the company, who said that a full support program was being put in place to help find new jobs for those made redundant. A small group of employees – 35 – is to be retained in R&D and sales and marketing, he added. The news comes at a time when eBay is set to expand its operations, which coincidentally are also based in Blanchardstown. Some reports say the online auction pioneer may be about to recruit an additional 1,000 staff. While the 3Com spokesman welcomed any new job opportunities in the area, he said it depended on what roles would be available and was unsure whether former production workers would be suitable. The closure of the 3Com plant is part of a major corporate restructuring program, which will result in the loss of 1,000 jobs worldwide. Over the next six months, the company will outsource all of its direct manufacturing, distribution, and related activities for its enterprise networking products to two contract manufacturers Flextronics, Singapore, and Jabil Circuit, Florida. Flextronics will also assume responsibility for 3Com’s global distribution from its regional hubs"

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Network Engineer (Former Employee) says

"This company started well with good 3g Products but the company did not progress well. They did not implement newer technology and hence they were bought over.NoneNo Career Growth"

Account Executive (Former Employee) says

"I did very well at 3COM. But unfortunately the company was positioning to sell itself. When I heard that HP was buying us I got out as I feel HP is a very confused company."

Networking Instructor (Former Employee) says

"Good networking ideas. Most customers were on the East coast. as an Instructor, I was constantly traveling from coast to coast, setting up my lab equipment and stoftware in some Hotel; then conducting a class for customer technicians. After tearing down and returning to Santa Clara, CA, I'd have a week down and then back on the road again.Interesting and challenging assignments.Traveled 100, 000 air miles in one year."

System Test Engineer (Former Employee) says

"forward looking work in cable modems did testing in lad with adgilent equipment great place to work easy going but when cable modems went over seas it was time to go."

Accounts Receivable Specialist (Former Employee) says

"3com taught me a lot. The management was always over turning and it was tough to get into a rhythm when there was constant change in management. Overall it was a nice place to work.Close locationConstant Manager Changes"

Senior Technical Instructor (Former Employee) says

"Eventually they got bought out by Hewlett Packard but when I was there the company was employee friendly and innovation was well rewarded. Opportunities for travel were frequent in the role I had."

Hardware Design Engineer (Former Employee) says

"3Com provided me great opportunities to learn the hardware engineering position."

Charles says

"The instructions that come with the instrument are so technical that I cannot figure out how to properly use the instrument, or even know whether is it working. They need a more user friendly set of instructions. As it is, it is useless to me, and I am out $250."

Ken says

"Sold us a meter that was not compatible with our flow meter , gave them all the specs. needed . then would not let us return it ."

Alex says

"My first order was delayed by over a month. Thought it was a one time deal. So I ordered again. Just was informed that the sensors will be delayed by another 3 weeks. Not trustworthy."

Ryan says

"The Instrumart in-house brand Sixth Sense is absolutely terrible. I would strongly recommend NOT buying this product. The recorder software crashes regularly and tech support has no idea how to fix it. These products are not made in-house by Instrumart, they are just really cheap knock-off products from a no-name company overseas, and Instrumart seems to have no control over getting them to solve problems, fix firmware issues, troubleshoot, etc."

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