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In 2003, a group of graduate students at MIT set out to build a simple, scalable and cost-effective wireless network to blanket Cambridge, MA. They succeeded, and in the process, invented a new network architecture, based in cloud computing, to make truly plug and play large-scale networks. Realizing they were on to something big, they left MIT, moved to California and started Meraki, now part of Cisco.

Our team is still small enough that you will work on problems core to our business. We are also growing quickly, with a proven model for our technology, so your work will reach many customers and have a huge impact. We have small nimble teams from 2 - 5 people and there is no red tape in development. Our developers work in start-up environments with world-wide impact.

Developing and scaling our system requires exceptional engineering ability across the stack. We're looking for smart people in fields ranging from device drivers to user interfaces and distributed backend systems. We're hiring coops, interns and full-time employees to start this summer.

Cisco Meraki Information Session
DC Fishbowl 1301
Thursday January 30th 5-7pm
Serving pizza and root beer floats and raffling off an iPad Mini - a resume is your ticket.

Cisco Meraki Meet & Greet
Huether Hotel - Barley Works Billiards Room

Friday January 31st 7-8:30pm

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