As a company, we’re guided by three core values:
Make products easier
Make products safer
Make products better
We took the challenge
To make products easier to use — and solved the most complex part of connected products: getting them connected. We took a radically new approach that many people said would be impossible — work with the largest broadband providers in the world to solve the problem.
And we did it
Today, we’re teaming with the largest broadband providers and the leading connected product companies to provide an automatic, secure connection process.
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Meet the executive team
Rob has a relentless focus on making things easy. In his first job in college, he was hired to manually process satellite telemetry data—but by the end of the first week he had automated it, and spent the next year designing a telescope that would be launched into space. Since then, he has provided automation through connected products for manufacturing and industrial process control at Dust Networks, and electric utilities at Trilliant. Rob started Cirrent to make it easy for everyone to use the best new connected products.
Barbara built many of the systems and technologies you use every day. As an early employee at General Magic, Barbara caught the startup bug, then went on to be a key technical leader at Extricity, Peregrine Systems, and iPass. She was a major contributor into the WISPr standard, now used for Wi-Fi networks around the world. She built the largest Wi-Fi roaming network for business travellers and now she’s building the largest Wi-Fi network for connected products. She also brings a female perspective to a great startup team!
Tom is passionate about creating value for customers. Tom brings a track record as a 20-year startup veteran, who has led sales at companies from birth to IPO and beyond. Tom’s experience in Wi-Fi (Atheros/Qualcomm) and connected products (DisplayLink, Xicato, and Enverv) gives him the perspective to see the impact Cirrent will have on the industry.
Roshan builds for scale. At Trilliant, he built the systems that connect millions of connected products. At DocuSign, he built the systems that manage and securely sign millions of documents per year. At Cirrent, Roshan is using the latest techniques to build a system that will scale to bring billions of devices online by 2020.
Marcio is a telecom veteran with a startup executive’s agility. Marcio has been at the birth of multi-hundred million dollar businesses multiple times. At Level3, Marcio led the charge on new business models in voice, then at iPass he stitched together what was at the time the world’s largest Wi-Fi access network. At Cirrent, Marcio is at it again–this time bringing billions of connected products online.
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