ooma is the result of Andrew's desire to combine his technical expertise with his passion for innovative and fun consumer products. Andrew Co-founded his first technology company, an ISP in Las Vegas, at age 15. He then joined Cisco as a full-time employee, and at 17 he became the youngest person ever to earn Cisco's top technical honor - a CCIE certification. He also earned a second one that same year, making him one of just eight people at the time to do so. At age 19, he moved to Cisco's Global Center of Expertise to focus on critical networking issues for large service providers in the Pacific Rim and Latin America.
After several years at Cisco, Andrew joined start-up core router company Procket Networks as an engineer. He remained there until 2004, when he decided to return to his entrepreneurial roots as the founder of ooma.
Andrew was recently named by the editors of Businessweek as one of the top entrepreneurs under the age of 30 most likely to shape the world's digital future.
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Last Updated: Mon, May 21, 2007
|Podcast||Adventures of a Startup CEO: No Guts No Glory||Andrew Frame · Warren Packard||Ooma||55:28||05/2007|
|Video||Building a Vision||Andrew Frame||Ooma||02:14||05/2007|
|Video||Building the Board of a Startup||Andrew Frame||Ooma||01:51||05/2007|
|Video||Mentorship for an Entrepreneur||Andrew Frame||Ooma||02:15||05/2007|
|Video||Mis-hires in a Startup||Andrew Frame||Ooma||01:52||05/2007|
|Video||Recruiting Lessons for an Entrepreneur||Andrew Frame||Ooma||02:05||05/2007|