Meet the Interns! Episode One: Varun Soni

We at GenXComm are privileged to get to work with some of the best interns in the industry. Our deep roots in academia help attract some of the brightest young minds in engineering, and we’re proud to showcase them here. Varun Soni is a graduate student at the University of Texas at Austin, and in this video he shares a bit about his experience over the summer.

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Matt Hovis
GenXComm at USSOCOM Event

GenXComm is proud to have been selected to demonstrate its Adjacent Channel Interference Mitigation for Tactical Radios solution as part of the recent USSOCOM Technical Experimentation Event 19-3 held at Texas A&M University. USSOCOM conducts Technical Experimentation events throughout the United States with Government, academia, and private industry representation. Technical Experiment events identify potential innovative technology solutions to meet current and future special forces technical objectives and thrust areas. This event was a unique opportunity for GenXComm to interact with the Special Forces community in a collaborative environment. GenXComm's demonstrated solution leveraged our unique photonics platform to provide advanced signal processing capabilities for ensuring continuity of operations in congested and contested spectral environments.

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Matt Hovis
Bob Rodriquez of Sprint joins Advisory Board

GenXComm is pleased to announce an important addition to our Advisory Board, Bob Rodriguez, Sprint’s Head of Network Procurement and Strategic Sourcing. On behalf of @Sprint, Bob will provide strategic support, as GenXComm works to apply its ground-breaking interference cancellation technologies to the next generation of high-bandwidth small cells. Welcome aboard, Bob!

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Hardik Jain
We have a new home!

GenXComm has a new headquarters! Found in northern Austin (10000 Metric Blvd. Suite 200, Austin, Texas 78758), our new home is nearly ten thousand square feet, with ample space for our growing team, including a 1,500 square foot warehouse and RF lab, three photonic labs, and three conference rooms. Nearby amenities include several breweries, Top Golf, and the Domain (a high-density office, retail, and residential center). We are very happy to bring the team together, after spending the last year in two separate locations. Come and see us!

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GenXComm Presents at DOD Innovation Forum

GenXComm is pleased to have been invited to present at the recent United States Department of Defense Innovation Forum, along with 30 select technology companies. Our Director of Photonics, Dr. Thien Nguyen, presented our ultra-low-loss (ULL) photonic integrated circuit (PIC) technologies, that enables true full duplex wireless communication, agile radios capable of Simultaneous Transmit and Receive (STAR) in congested environments; and Accelerating Artificial Intelligence (AI) computation by over 100x with low size, weight, and power (SWaP) Optical Neural Network (ONN) chipsets that can be deployed on tactical edge platforms.

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Hardik Jain
GENXCOMM SECURES $7 MILLION SERIES A INVESTMENT ROUND LED BY INTEL CAPITAL

GlobeNewsWire: Funding to Accelerate Deployment in 5G, Densify Wi-Fi and Double Cable Uplink/Downlink Speeds

GenXComm, an Austin-based company commercializing ground-breaking technology to improve the performance and capacity of communications networks, today announced the initial closing of a $7 million Series A investment round. The funding was led by Intel Capital, with participation from existing and new investors Azure Capital Partners, Bandgap Ventures, Capital Factory, FAM Capital Partners, Lip-Bu Tan, UT Horizon Fund and WS Investment Co. The Series A round, which could have additional investors join in a secondary closing, will be used to expand the company’s R&D team focused on robust simultaneous self-interference cancellation technology, which enables full-duplex links for Cable (DOCSIS), Wi-Fi, 5G and the Internet of Things.

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Matt Hovis
STARTUP PREPS SUB-W, FULL-DUPLEX CHIP

EETimes:: GenXComm is gearing up a Series A round to fund at least two tapeouts to bring its interference-canceling technology to market. The startup believes that it will enable full-duplex links for Wi-Fi, 5G cellular, and the Internet of Things with lower power than rival Kumu Networks.

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Matt Hovis