Konstantin was founder and CEO of Core Mobility, a private company that worked with device manufacturers and wireless operators to provide visual voicemail, voice SMS, wireless backup, and push-to-talk. Core Mobility solutions shipped on over 40M mobile devices in four countries. Core Mobility was purchased by Smith Micro Software.
Before co-founding Core Mobility, Konstantin was the founding CEO of ePeople, Inc., a collaborative CRM application software company, that raised over $70M from Redpoint Ventures, Menlo Ventures and Integral Capital. With his first startup, Catapult Entertainment, later acquired by HearMe.com (NASDAQ: HEAR), he served as vice president of product development and customer support.
Konstantin began his career at Apple, where he became a Distinguished Engineer. He has authored over 25 technology patents and has many others pending. Konstantin holds B.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Economics from California Institute of Technology.
BS, Electrical Engineering and Economics
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