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Asha Keddy

Asha Keddy

Asha Keddy is a vice president in Intel’s Mobile and Communications Group and General Manager of the company’s Standards and Advanced Technology team. She is responsible for driving Intel’s innovation and industry standards around mobile communications, including the investigation and development of future technologies, ecosystem intelligence and collaborations, and translating these into Intel products. Current focus areas include cellular and connectivity standards, such as 3GPP, LTE, Wi-Fi, etc.

Ms. Keddy has more than 17 years’ experience leading and managing wireless and mobile broadband technology and product areas, including the scaling of Intel’s WiMAX products to multiple operators and Telcos. Other strategic efforts include research in technologies such as WiMAX and PAN, MAC and cross layer systems research, performance analysis and characterization, and research on 802.16m.

Keddy also led efforts in the Wi-Fi area, including end-to-end interoperability of the International Roaming Access Protocols, end-to-end performance characterization of wireless networks, and innovative test technology methods for Intel® Centrino® Mobile Technology.

She holds multiple patent filings and papers on mobile broadband technologies.

Keddy obtained a B.E. degree in Computer Engineering from Bombay University, India and a M.S. degree in Computer Science from Clemson University.

She enjoys reading books, painting, hiking, biking and kayaking with her husband, and spending time with her beloved dog, Henna.
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