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Jawad Khaki

Corporate Vice President

Microsoft Corporation

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Microsoft Corporation

One Microsoft Way

Redmond, Washington,98033

United States

Company Description

Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington, that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services. Its best known so... more

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Employment History

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Uhuru Software Inc

UNIX Development Consultant

AT&T Inc.

Hardware Design Engineer Developing Hardware

GEC Computers Ltd.

President and Founding Director

Ithnaasheri Muslim Association of the Northwest (IMAN)

President and Founding Director

Khaki Foundation

Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President of Engineering

Atigeo LLC

President and A Founding Director


Vice President

The Lens Magazine


Research Bank

Board Member


Advisory Board Member


Honorary Doctorate of Technology

The O2

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Jawad Khaki is a beloved member of the Muslim and Interfaith Communities on the Eastside and a former Vice President at Microsoft.
He is a member of the IMAN Center in Kirkland, and served as imam there. [cached]

Jawad Khaki, a corporate vice president at Microsoft, cited ways Japan, China, India, and South Korea are moving quickly to implement the next version of Internet technology.
Japan, Khaki observed, made IPv6 a national priority back in 2000 and quickly earmarked government support for the upgrade. "We anticipate that Japan will roll out robust, commercial IPv6 networks capable of supporting tens of millions of broadband subscribers over the next few years," said Khaki, before the panel, observing also that the move to IPv6 is receiving aid from the governments of India and China. Khaki observed that Microsoft''s Windows XP operating system was released in October 2001 with a developer preview of IPv6. As for Microsoft''s next-generation operating system, he said the Longhorn OS will be fully IPv6 compatible. He added that Longhorn with IPv6 capability is being tested internally at Microsoft. "These internal deployments help us gain operational experience in deploying and simultaneously running IPv4 and IPv6 technologies on our corporate network," said Khaki. "It also allows us to extensively test our products and services prior to release to the public." Khaki told the assembled members of Congress that the software colossus has been striving to develop security technologies that will operate in hybrid IPv4 and IPv6 environments. "In Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, even when IPv6 is enabled on the network, many applications and services will only respond via IPv4," he said.

Jawad Khaki is Co-Founder and CEO of Uhuru Software, Inc. where he is working on integrated application development platforms, management tools and services to enable rapid development and deployment of solutions in private or public clouds by enterprises and service providers.
In his previous role as Corporate Vice President at Microsoft Corp., Jawad (until 2009) led engineers and business leaders to deliver integrated networking, communication and device technologies for the Microsoft® Windows platforms - empowering people with information and enabling them to seamlessly work, play and communicate. Jawad started his career at Microsoft in 1989. Graduating with a B Sc. (Hon) in Computer Engineering in 1979 from the The City University, Jawad spent his early career (1979-1985) designing and developing hardware, firmware and software for GEC Computers Ltd. and communication software for UNIX at AT&T Bell Laboratories (1985-1989). A native of Tanzania, Jawad has been an active since the age of 13 with various non-profit organizations in Tanzania, Pakistan, England and now in the Greater Seattle area in the USA. In 1997 Jawad helped establish the Ithna-asheri Muslim Association of the Northwest (IMAN) and served as its President until 2011. In December 2003 Jawad and his wife Kaniz established the Khaki Foundation to provide assistance to the most vulnerable members of society with essential needs and through educational endeavors to alleviate poverty and suffering. Jawad was recognized nationally with the sixth annual Walter Cronkite Faith and Freedom Award by the Interfaith Alliance Foundation in May 2003. Jawad envisions an America that, with its rich tapestry of pluralism, incorporating all ethnicities and religions, inspires not only those just within its borders but all those who inhabit our planet.

Jawad Khaki - co-founder and CEO
Jawad Khaki is a former Microsoft Corporate Vice President and a 20 year veteran of the company. Jawad led engineers and business leaders to deliver networking, communication and device technologies for Microsoft Windows client and server operating system platforms. Trained and educated as a computer engineer in London, Jawad started his career in 1979 as a hardware design engineer developing hardware and firmware for UK based GEC Computers Ltd. and then in 1985 started working as a UNIX development consultant for AT&T Bell Laboratories. With roots in software development and long experience leading development teams on UNIX and Windows. Jawad understands the challenges that .NET developers face. [cached]

Jawad Khaki, Vice president, Microsoft corporation

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