• CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA).
  • Master of Science Degree in Network Engineering. (Telecommunication)
  • OSI layers, network layouts, TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP, NAT, ACLs, IPsec (Theory), VLAN configurations,  STP, routing protocols like RIP OSPF, EIGRP,  IPv4/6 (Theory),VRRP, HSRP.
  • Experience with VoIP support and implementation, experience with Cisco Unified Call Manager and VG224 configurations.
  • HP and Extreme routers and switch configurations.
  • CISCO IOS and CatOS (Catalyst Operating System) commands for configuring router and switches.
  • Remedy BMC ticketing tool.
  • Microsoft Visio, PCI express bus (Theory), Flash programming, PCB design review using Cadence Allegro, Hardware circuit testing using Agilent instruments.
  • Familiar with Network security tools like NESSUS, WireShark for packet sniffing.
  • Project management: Agile Software Scrum methodologies, Theory of Constraints and Prochain tools, Risk mitigations, managing project schedules using Microsoft Project.


Intel Corporation, Folsom, CA, USA (February 2010- Present)

  • Project Manager:
    • Responsible for designing, landing, enabling and managing of Intel’s business labs and corporate IT infrastructure. Managed groups of technicians for deploying physical layer connectivity. Recommended and helped implement improvements to the infrastructure to enhance end-user experience and business unit productivity.
    • Build and manage product roadmap to support Intel’s new Graphics Software products.
    • Create preliminary design concepts, and work with engineering to implement and iterate.
    • Initiate and prioritize projects within engineering, assist in determining the best technical implementation methods, track product development, and develop product launch plans.
    • Develop and manage project schedules, identify risks and clearly communicate them to project stakeholders, define problem solving and risk mitigation strategies, and facilitate conflict resolution through the full project cycle.
  • Network Engineer:
    • Responsible for deployment and operational support for network and telecom, including firewalls, wired and wireless LAN, infrastructure services, and wide area networks. Managed the network capacity and resolved network capacity issues. My designing and deploying of robust, stable, and manageable network services to meet business requirements led to $102K of capital avoidance in the year 2010. Represented Intel in front of various Network Vendors.
  • VoIP Network Engineer:
    • Responsible for landing, enabling and supporting campus’s VoIP environment including configurations and landing of campus’s first Cisco VG224 devices for analog phone migrations. Deployed campus lab’s VoIP switches to enable future VoIP connectivity. Worked closely with Global telecom teams to identify and resolve VoIP connectivity issues.

Comcast Cable, Denver, CO (September 2009- December 2010)

  • Associate Network Engineer Intern (Innovar group):
    • Worked in a Network Operations Center (NOC) monitoring Comcast’s network for occurring issues. Handled different markets for Comcast such as Video, Voice (SIP and PSTN network) and high-speed Internet. Worked on various platforms such as CISCO MGX, Cedar point- Safari C3 and openwave SIP network. Also interacted with various teams within and outside of Comcast such as Verizon, AT&T and Qwest.

Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, OR, USA

  • Technical Marketing Engineer (TME) (Intern) (January 2009- September 2009)
    • Job profile was to enable and support customers for LAN Access Division Silicon products. Also served as the primary technical interface for Intel’s LAN silicon. Assisted customers through the design-in phase, provide hardware/software support, assist with updating flash with the latest BIOS using FPT (Flash Programming Tool) or DediPro and own the resolution of technical issues throughout the product life-cycle. Responsibilities also included understanding customer requests for features/bug fixes, driving those within the organization and working with Product Development Teams to ensure that customers’ needs are being addressed.
    • Few customers I have worked with: Asus, HP, Lenovo, Fujitsu, Dell, CISCO, Winbond, Atmel, Checkpoint and Oki.
  • Summer Intern in LAN Access Division (LAD). (Summer 2008)
    •  Worked on the 10GB Ethernet devices at the Physical layer and interacted with customer to receive feedback about the technology.  Was also involved in testing of the silicon adaptors using LabView.

Entrepreneurial experience:

    • During my undergraduate years, I Co-founded a firm for providing Circuit and PCB designing solutions. We provided complete solution from Circuit designing to PCB Manufacturing, assembling and testing.


University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA

Master of Science 2009 | Major: IT Telecommunications (Networking)

Relevant Course work: Telecommunications Lab, Data Communications, Applied network security, Network security lab, Project Management, High-Tech Marketing.

University of Mumbai, K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai, India

Bachelor of Engineering, June 2007 (First Class) | Major: Electronics


University of Colorado

  • Marketing strategy for ISIS: “ISIS” is a Biomed product, which is embedded in the patients and measures blood sugar of the body and accordingly injects insulin in the body. The objective of research was to develop strategies to market the product successfully. This included product designing, market survey, promotional website, designing market strategy, and presenting the elevator speech. This project was a part of my High-Tech marketing course. This project won Pitch day or elevator speech day competition for the best new product idea in “CU venture challenge.” My team competed against 35 other teams for new type of biomedical device for insulin delivery. Team is now attempting to obtain venture funding for the idea.
  • Clearwire WiMAX Business case study: For my case study I considered the rollout process for the WiMax technology for San-Francisco Bay area and presented viable financial numbers such as good Internal rate of return (IRR), CAPM and WACC to support my business case study.
  • WiMAX jamming threat and risk analysis: I analyzed WiMax 802.16e networks for the impacts of jamming on data flowing over the network by means of simulation techniques and data gathering. In this paper I suggested financially viable counter measures for service providers depending on risk assessment of the data.
  • Triple-Play technology: A research project for International Telecommunication Policy course. The scope of the project was to analyze the issues related to policies, market, finance and network structure required for deploying triple-play strategies in Egypt.
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