Did you know that AT&T and Verizon alone paid 45 billion dollars at the last wireless spectrum auction? Wireless spectrum has quickly become one of the most sought-after resources around the world. Telefonica, T-Mobile, South Korea Telecom, and other global wireless operators are supporting our technology as the solution for the spectrum shortage.
Kumu Networks is an award winning, quickly growing start-up in Silicon Valley, funded by some top-tier VCs including Khosla and NEA. Since the invention of wireless radios one hundred years ago, scientists have believed that what we're doing is impossible. We're revolutionizing the way wireless systems are built using a full-duplex, wireless design that allows radios to transmit and receive at the same time on the same frequency. The technology was originally developed at Stanford University, and fundamentally changes the basic assumptions on which today's wireless systems are built.
We're looking for smart, out-of-the-box thinkers who can contribute in a dynamic, fast-paced, startup environment. We're solving difficult, challenging problems on a daily basis that require engineers who can keep up and understand complex embedded systems. Our team spans nearly every discipline, including software (Python, C, C++, Java), digital design (FPGAs), algorithms, and hardware (both digital and analog). If you want to learn new things and work on novel and complex embedded systems, this is the place to do it.