Founded by Cornell University researchers, Waltz Networks is a venture-backed startup using breakthrough control schemes to enable networks of all sizes to be self-managing. For the first time, real-time control can be delivered seamlessly in any existing network for exponential improvements in resiliency and performance.
Nithin Michael received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Cornell University, where he was a Jacobs Fellow. His dissertation at Cornell solved a long-standing problem in networking, which forms the basis of Waltz’s core technology.
Kevin Tang, CTO and co-founder, is an Associate Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University. His networking research has received multiple awards including the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers from the White House in 2012.