Krenar Komoni is the founder and CEO of Tive, a Boston-based startup that uses cellular-connected sensors and a cloud-based software platform to give manufacturers real-time visibility into their supply chain.
With over ten years of experience developing innovative chips and RF systems, Krenar has worked at a variety of startups in the wireless chip space, consulted for Fortune 500 companies on-chip and system-level wireless design, and filed several patents. In engineering roles with BitWave Semiconductor and Eta Devices, Krenar was responsible for design and development of a variety of novel RF architectures, chipsets and components. Krenar has extensive expertise on chip development toolsets from the inception of an idea and all the way to the realization of the final product.
Krenar earned his MS in Electrical Engineering from Tufts University and his BS in Computer Engineering and Mathematics from Norwich University, where he served as President of the Tau Beta Bi Association Vermont Beta Chapter, President of the Norwich IEEE Student Branch, and Support Coordinator for the IEEE Region 1 Student Activities Committee.