Mr. Mohan Tammisetti, a Technology and Management professional with over 20 years of professional experience in Wireless Communications started Virtual Network Communications in 2014. Lives in Virginia since 1998, suburbs of Washington DC.
Mohan holds Bachelors in Electronics Engineering from India, Masters in Telecommunications and MBA from US. Tremendous Commercial Wireless experience with large wireless operators such as Nextel, Sprint and Clearwire as Technology Strategist.
Defense and Public Safety experience while with Thales. In addition, communications experience with Thales Defense & Security. Mr. Tammisetti holds seven US patents and with several pending.
Gary is an experienced, self motivated executive who has worked in the information and communications technology sectors for 35 years. Gary is leading business developer at Virtualnetcom. He has held executive management and senior level engineering positions working for telecom, IT and Cybersecurity equipment and services providers as well as large federal systems integrators.
He has significant international experience having spent 18 years conducting business globally in over 24 countries on 5 continents developing a deep respect and understanding for other cultures and their business practices.
He has developed successful international and domestic indirect sales channels setting up partners serving markets worldwide.
Keith has more than 30 years wireless telecommunications experience. Keith is a recognized expert and speaker at national wireless industry conferences on public safety and advanced wireless technologies. Keith is the head of strategy at Virtualnetcom. As a member of the Wireless Industry Association’s HetNet Forum, Keith participates on the HetNet Innovation Technology Council.
Keith previously held prominent business, technology and operations leadership roles at Intrado, Powerwave, Cyren Call, FiberTower, inOvate Communications Group, Teligent, Nextel, AirTouch, PrimeCo and GTE. Keith was a co-founder of Cyren Call Communications, focused on supporting public safety in the creation of a nationwide public safety broadband network.
He was a general partner at inOvate Communications Group a venture fund focused on early-stage wireless companies. Keith is a Radio Club of America Fellow, holds an MBA degree, a M.S. in Electrical Engineering and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois.
Jihad Hermes is a seasoned IT & Telecom executive with expertise in large scale planning, engineering, deployment and operations of Telecom infrastructure and Software systems. Jihad is the head of Technology at Virtualnetcom.
Jihad held senior roles at AT&T, Sprint and Verizon in various areas and stages of infrastructure development and operations. Most recently, Jihad has been leading strategic business development for Telecom Software and Cloud Management products at Ericsson Inc. He drove in-organic growth planning and M&A programs targeting areas such as Small Cells, Professional & Managed Services, Big Data Analytics, Customer Resource Management, Cloud Assurance and Ad Tech software systems.
Jihad is widely recognized for his leadership accomplishments, taking on organization turn-around roles and delivering best-in-class performance metrics. His hands-on style helped him excel in cross function coordination as well and front line relationships. Jihad is very adept at executive level communications as well as rank and file motivations and alignment.
Jihad is a graduate of the New Jersey Institute of Technology with BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering and Communications Networks. He currently resides in the Washington DC area.
Started by a career professionals with around 20 years of industry experience in creating advanced Wireless Communication &Technology solutions.
The Management team of Virtual Network Communications provides several decades of cumulative wireless network engineering and operations experience and recognizes that the requirements of today’s consumers of wireless services differs widely from the initial requirements for mobile telephone service. Indeed, requirements have changed so much that the original design of wireless networks is literally upside down to today’s network requirements. No longer is voice communications, a 64Kbt/s stream, the primary application. Today, traffic demand moves from the edge to the core of the network, and most traffic is streaming video.
The team recognizes that demand for access at the edge, from the implementation of devices for the Internet of Things (IOT), far exceeds access availability. They further recognize that expanded access and input demand will overwhelm backhaul. These realities motivated the team to create a new network architecture, based on the 3GPP standards, but enabling new business models to support new stakeholders; Emergency Services and First Net; Cable TV operators; private networks of all types; our special forces and military and a new model for Wireless Network Operators, enabling small cell deployment.