Saturday 23 July 2022

8 Popular Indians that are ruling USA Technology Industries

 8 Popular Indians that are ruling USA Technology Industries

Sundar Pichai, Google

India-born Sundar Pichai was called as Google CEO on August 10, 2015.

The 44-year-aged head of Google was born in Chennai, Tamil Nadu and chased education at IIT Kharagpur (B Tech), Stanford (MS) and Wharton (MBA); at Wharton, he was named a Siebel Scholar and Palmer Scholar.

He is accountable for the launch of the dominant Chrome web browser, and was previously the product head for Android, Chrome, Maps, and other famous Google products.

Shantanu Narayen, Adobe

Born in Hyderabad, Shantanu Narayen linked Adobe in 1998 as the senior vice president of worldwide product research and became the COO in the year  2005 and CEO in 2007.

He carries a Bachelor in Science from Osmania University, an MBA from varsity of California, Berkley, and an MS from Bowling Green State University.

Narayen held product improvement roles at Apple and Silicon Graphics before co-founding photo-sharing startup Pictra. A opportunity encounter between Adobe and Pictra led to Narayen joining Adobe, where rose swiftly via the product ranks.

He was called among the world's best CEO s by Barron's magazine in 2016.

Satya Nadella, Microsoft

After a 22-year work period with Microsoft, Nadella was chosen as the chief executive officer of the company in February 2014.

He previously held the post  of executive vice president of Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise group.

The Hyderabad-born 47-year-aged has a BE from Manipal Institute of Technology, MS from varsity of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, and MBA from University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Sanjay Mehrotra, Sandisk

Sanjay Mehrotra co-founded flash memory storage company SanDisk in the year 1988 and has been its CEO since January year 2011.

He chased bachelors and masters degrees at University of California, Berkley, and even went to Stanford for executive programme. Mehrotra holds many patents to his name.

Sanjay Jha, Global Foundries

Sanjay Jha took over as CEO of Global Foundries, a semiconductor foundry that manufacturers chips for giants such as AMD, Broadcom, Qualcomm, and STMicroelectronics, in January 2014; before that he has provided as the CEO of Motorola Mobility and COO of Qualcomm.

He connected Motorola as co-CEO in 2008, while serving simultaneously as CEO of Motorola's Mobile Devices Business.

Prior to Motorola, Sanjay held multiple senior engineering and executive posts during his 14 years with Qualcomm, ultimately serving as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Qualcomm Inc. from 2006 to 2008.

Jha was born in the Bhagalpur, Bihar and carries a BS from University of Liverpool and PhD from University of Strathclyde.

Rajeev Suri, Nokia

Rajeev Suri connected Nokia in 1995 and held different positions before being appointed as president and CEO in April 2014.

Suri's ascedancy to Nokia CEO's post came after Microsoft got Nokia’s mobile phone business. Previously, he was the head of the company’s global facilities.

Such as Satya Nadella, Suri even holds a B-Tech from Manipal Institute of Technology, but carries no post graduate degrees.

George Kurian, Net App

George Kurian became the CEO and president of storage and data management company Net App in the June 2015, after serving as its executive vice president of product operations for nearly 2 years. Earlier to joining Net App, George was vice president and general manager of the Application Networking and Switching Technology Group at Cisco Systems.

His diverse background even contains the role of vice president at Akamai Technologies, management consulting at McKinsey & Company, and central Software Engineering and Product Management teams at Oracle Corporation.

Born in Kottayam district, Kerala, he followed engineering at IIT-Madras, but left 6 months later to join Princeton University; he even holds an MBA degree from Stanford.

Francisco D’Souza, Cognizant

Among the youngest CEOs in the software services division , D’Souza is Cognizant’s CEO and a member of the company’s board of directors.

D’Souza connected Cognizant as a co-founder in 1994 and went on to become its CEO in the year 2007. While his tenure as CEO, Cognizant’s employee base has grown from 55,000 to over 230,000.

The son of an Indian diplomat, D’ Souza was born in the Kenya. He carries a BBA from varsity of East Asia, Macau and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh; D’ Souza even serves on the board of General Electric as an independent director.

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