Sachin Katti is senior vice president and general manager of the Network and Edge Group (NEX) at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for driving technology and product leadership throughout the network to the intelligent edge.
Katti previously served as vice president and chief technology officer for NEX, a role responsible for technical strategy and vision across the group.
Prior to joining Intel in 2021, he served as the vice president of Telco & Edge Strategy at VMware, where he defined both the product and technology vision to capitalize on the cloudification of the network and edge.
Katti is a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Stanford University. He is also the co-chair of the Technical Steering Committee for the O-RAN Alliance and was founding director of the xRAN Foundation before its merger with the O-RAN Alliance. Katti is co-founder and former CEO of Uhana (now part of VMware), which built a network AI platform to monitor and optimize mobile networks and applications. He previously co-founded Kumu Networks, which commercializes breakthrough research from his lab on full duplex radios.
Katti received his doctorate in electrical engineering/computer science from MIT in 2009.