Nestwave provides advanced, IoT geolocation solutions to IoT modem and DSP vendors. Nestwave's patented, hybrid-signal technology significantly improves localization accuracy in critical indoor and dense urban environments while greatly reducing power consumption and solution footprint compared to existing solutions.
meet the Team
Ambroise has over 20 years of experience in wireless & IoT start-ups, on both sides of the Atlantic. He was a co-founder of Sequans (NYSE: SQNS), where he lead the IoT business unit as the company evolved into low-power LTE. After Sequans, Ambroise joined Quantenna, a high-performance Wi-Fi leader, shortly before their IPO in 2016. At Quantenna, he was in charge of marketing and business development, until its acquisition by ON semi. Ambroise started his career developing DSP algorithms for DOCSIS systems at Juniper Networks.
Cofounder and CTO
Rabih is the system architect designing and developing the ultra-low-power indoor/outdoor geolocation solution for the Internet of Things (IoT).
He has 25 years of experience in the wireless industry at Sequans, Qualcomm and ArrayComm, working on 3G, 4G and UWB systems. He also co-founded Softwave Wireless, recently acquired by a major player in the Silicon Valley. He is an inventor on 30 patents.
Alexis has 25 years experience in finance and operations across several markets and industries. He held management roles for Radiall, Sequans Communications, Eyeka (now Insites Consulting). Since 2018, Alexis has held part-time CFO positions in numerous start-ups, securing their strategies and implementing flexible, efficient and scalable organizations.
Board of Directors
Vincent's extensive CEO experience enables him to lead Nestwave with a strategic vision for its development.
Prior to Nestwave, Vincent has been CEO of several semiconductor start-ups in the field of GPS (Nemerix), video (Let it Wave) and wireless communications (Gridbee). Previously he held several management roles in large corporations such as Texas Instruments, Motorola, Alcatel and Wavecom (now Sierra Wireless).