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My contact email: [email protected]

About:

I am a Solutions & Product Architect who work as an Independent Consultant for various tech companies across the world (especially startups who are into challenging cutting edge research & tech).

  • such as product architecture, pre-requisites, compliance, due-diligence, planning, etc
  • investigating your existing products/solutions/service such as: bottlenecks, limitations, inefficiencies, etc and help come up with a plausible solution. And a road-map ahead !
  • Systems and Network performance analysis, investigation and a solution
  • rapid prototyping, PoC, feasibility, etc
  • as a mentor, advisor for many stealth mode companies and start-ups across the world
  • top management advisory/consultant - for CEOs/CTOs and members of board and investors


💎 Book for a Single Session (Commercial/Organization)
* a single 1:1 session via Google Hangouts or Skype, each for a duration of around 2 hours

  • a technical session (such as Linux Kernel, Systems, Networking, etc)
  • and or discussion regarding product architecture, design, review, roadmap and strategy
  • and or mentorship in general
Company from abroad: Fee - $100 USD Pay with PayPal
Company in India: Fee: Rs. 5,000/- INR
Pay to Axis Bank Account:
Bank: AXIS BANK, Marathahalli, Bangalore
Account no: 912010018991229
Beneficiary Name: SATHYA RAVI KIRAN KUMAR RAJA KANKIPATI
IFSC Code: UTIB0000300, MARATHAHALLI BANGALORE
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:: Pay to HDFC Bank Account: Pay to HDFC Bank Account
or via phone:(0091) 99860 77058 (or via Google Pay/UPI )


💎 Book for 50 Hours (Commercial/Organization)
Company from abroad: Fee - $1800 USD Pay with PayPal
Company in India: Fee: Rs. 90,000/- INR
Pay to Axis Bank Account:
Bank: AXIS BANK, Marathahalli, Bangalore
Account no: 912010018991229
Beneficiary Name: SATHYA RAVI KIRAN KUMAR RAJA KANKIPATI
IFSC Code: UTIB0000300, MARATHAHALLI BANGALORE
Swift: AXISINBB009
:: Pay to HDFC Bank Account: Pay to HDFC Bank Account
or via phone:(0091) 99860 77058 (or via Google Pay/UPI )


My Skills, Expertise and Experience:

  • Datacom, R&D, and product architecture/development/research
  • Systems Software, Linux Kernel Network Stack (Network sub-system, drivers: bridge, vlan, vxlan, tun/tap, veth, etc) and user-space networking
  • work closely with CEOs/CTOs/product-architects and assist in complete product life cycle, strategy and so on
  • more than a decade of experience in WAN Optimization, Deep-space and Satellite Network technologies
  • SDN and Cloud Orchestration, Hypervisor tuning and optimization
  • Networking Hardware, OpenWRT customization and ecosystem (EDGE)
  • Founded TrafficSqueezer (in the year 2006) an open-source WAN Optimization network stack.
    * TOFFEE (or The TOFFEE Project research) is a fork of TrafficSqueezer. For more details: Why TOFFEE is forked from TrafficSqueezer
  • Founded The Linux Channel an Youtube Linux channel for advance Linux users, systems and network software programmers and tech enthusiasts.
  • Besides things I am interested and currently engaged on:
    * spiritualism
    * sustainable living
    * researching green technologies, going off-grid, micro-power generation for powering Wireless nodes and satellite/deep-space communication
    * art and music

Teaching:
Teaching is one of my hobbies, mentored students all around the world for the past over a decade. Participated in events, conferences and corporate training sessions.

To join classes:
Send me an email along with your updated resume and a short intro.


Some of the companies worked/served in the past:

  • Cavium, Inc. - semiconductor company based in San Jose, California specializing in ARM-based and MIPS-based network, video and security processors and SoCs.
  • MontaVista Software - acquired by Cavium, Inc. leader in embedded Linux commercialization, develops embedded Linux system software, development tools, and related software.
  • Doublefish Solutions - an IT enabled services and research firm
  • Akamai Technologies, Inc. - world's leading content delivery network (CDN) services provider for media and software delivery, and cloud security solutions.
  • TATA ELXSI - an Indian design company and a part of the Tata Group. It provides design and technology services for product engineering and solutions across industries including broadcast, communications, and automotive.
    • Pace plc - a British company who developed set-top boxes, advanced residential gateways, software and services for the pay-TV and broadband services industry. Pace's customers included cable, telco, satellite and IPTV operators. Pace is now a part of ARRIS. ARRIS International plc.
    • Accton Technology Corporation - a company in Taiwan that principally engages in the research, development, manufacture and distribution of Ethernet switches, wireless local area network (WLAN) products and Internet access products.
    • Bivio Networks, Inc. - Award-winning, high-performance Cyber Security Application Platforms for superior network intelligence and cyber defense.
    • World Wide Packets, Inc. - a carrier Ethernet company (in 2008 acquired by Ciena Corporation)
  • Comodo Group, Inc - leading SSL Provider offers Free Antivirus, Internet Security, Firewall, Endpoint Security and other PC Security software for Windows & all OS.


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