Caelin Gabriel is a former US military research scientist. His background includes the design of ultra-sensitive data-acquisition systems. These systems were designed to detect extremely low-level signals otherwise obscured by random noise. This required years of intensive research into the sources and effects of signal and power-line noise interference. Gabriel’s subsequent work experience involved the development of high-speed networking devices like the 1GB/s fibre-channel interface and the present 100MB/s and 1GB/s ethernet devices. These unique work related experiences were at the highest levels of government and computer science. This extensive design background led Gabriel to develop the fundamental design concepts for the patented technologies, measurements and custom-designed parts that form the cornerstone of the Shunyata product range.
Shunyata Research’s factory is located across the Puget Sound from Seattle, in Poulsbo, Washington. Shunyata’s factory has 18,000 sq. feet of work space and offices to support 16 employees, most of whom have been with the company since its inception. All Shunyata products, with the exception of the most affordable Venom Series, are designed and manufactured by hand; packaged, stored and shipped at Shunyata’s Washington State factory.