Silicon Valley Veteran to Lead Seminar in Ghana
to Lead Computing and Telecommunications 2002 Workshop
Anil Kumar Sahai from California has been recruited by AITEC to lead two Workshops at this year's African Computing & Telecommunications Summit (ACT 2002), to be held at Safari Park Hotel over 5-9 August.
Dr Sahai received his PhD in computer science with specialization in performance evaluation and architecture of packet switching networks from University of California, and an MBA from Sloan at MIT with specialization in international corporate strategies and new product development.
He has worked in the areas of storage architecture, packet-switching architecture and wireless Internet architecture for the last 12 years at Amdahl, Intel, Compaq and The World Bank. He also managed the worldwide marketing for storage products at NetFrame Systems with P&L responsibility of more than $30 Million.
He co-founded Uniant (later renamed as BrightLink), which is developing a tera-bit packet switch based on his PhD thesis and patented routing protocols.
He has published papers in many research journals, and
presented seminars at various conferences and universities all over the world.
More recently, he was responsible for the performance architecture of wireless portal for Vodafone for deployment in over 128 countries.