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Dr. Vanu G. Bose

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President and Chief Executive Off...

Local Address: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Vanu , Inc.
 
Background

Employment History

  • Founder and Chief Executive Officer
    Vanu , Inc.
  • Graduate Student
    Vanu , Inc.

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • PhD degree , Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
    MIT
  • B.S Degree , Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
    MIT
  • M.S. Degree , Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
    MIT
  • B.S
    MIT
  • Ph.D. , Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Master's degree , EECS
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Web References
Vanu - About - Leadership Team
www.vanu.com, 3 Mar 2015 [cached]
Vanu Bose, President and CEO Dr. Bose is CEO of Vanu, Inc. Founded in 1998, Vanu, Inc. pioneered the commercialization of software-defined radio and was the first company to receive FCC certification of a software-defined radio in 2004. The company has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Software-Defined Radio Forum Achievement Award, IEEE Spectrum Magazine's Wireless Winner , and the GSM Association Technology Award for Most Innovative Infrastructure Product. Dr. Bose has been granted the personal distinctions of being named a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer and a ComputerWorld Honors Program Laureate . Dr. Bose is currently serving as a Commissioner to the UN Broadband Commission for Digital Development, as a member of the Army Science Board, and as a member of the Bernard M. Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership Program Industry Advisory Board. Dr. Bose was a technical expert for the President's Council of Advisors (PCAST) report: Realizing the full potential of government-held spectrum to spur economic growth. Dr. Bose received his B.S, M.S. and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT.
CoverageCo - About Us
www.coverageco.com, 31 Oct 2014 [cached]
Vanu Bose, Board Member & Founder Dr. Bose is Founder and CEO of Vanu, Inc., a provider of innovative wireless infrastructure solutions. Dr. Bose received his PhD in computer Science from MIT on software radio in 1999 and has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Software-Defined Radio Forum Achievement Award, ComputerWorld Honors Program Laureate, IEEE Spectrum Magazine's Wireless Winner, the GSM Association Technology Award for Most Innovative Infrastructure Product and named a World Economic forum Technology Pioneer.
Vanu » Management Team
www.vanu.com, 30 Mar 2009 [cached]
Vanu Bose, President and CEO Vanu Bose is the President and CEO of Vanu, Inc. Vanu earned all of his degrees from MIT, receiving his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) in 1999, his Master's degree in EECS in 1992, and two Bachelor's degrees, one in EECS and one in Math, in 1988. As a graduate student, Vanu worked on the MIT SpectrumWare project at the MIT lab for Computer Science, an effort to bring a software oriented approach to wireless communication and distributed signal processing. There, he performed the software radio research that would later evolve into Vanu, Inc. Prior to graduate school, Vanu developed a technical teaching curriculum and onboard medical, computer and satellite communications systems for a DC-10 flying hospital for Project Orbis, a private, non-profit organization dedicated to fighting world blindness. Vanu is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Boston Museum of Science.
Vanu Bose
Vanu - About - Leadership Team
www.vanu-tactical.com, 28 Dec 2014 [cached]
Vanu Bose, President and CEO Dr. Bose is CEO of Vanu, Inc.
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Dr. Bose has been granted the personal distinctions of being named a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer and a ComputerWorld Honors Program Laureate . Dr. Bose is currently serving as a Commissioner to the UN Broadband Commission for Digital Development, as a member of the Army Science Board, and as a member of the Bernard M. Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership Program Industry Advisory Board. Dr. Bose was a technical expert for the President's Council of Advisors (PCAST) report: Realizing the full potential of government-held spectrum to spur economic growth.
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Dr. Bose received his B.S, M.S. and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT.
A big difference between military and ...
www.kmimediagroup.com, 10 July 2014 [cached]
A big difference between military and commercial requirements is that the commercial world can plan for what it needs, explained Vanu Bose, chief executive officer of Vanu Inc.
Verizon Wireless, for example, engineers its network about six months ahead of demand and invests on average more than $6 billion annually in its network to satisfy growing demand for voice and data services.
"The military is dealing with a global spectrum situation where the frequency allocation and uses are different all over the world. This is also the case in the U.S.," Bose said.
Military training programs offer an example of how this can be a problem. "Some of the guys who do training cannot use the same system at U.S. bases as they do in the field because the frequencies are not available," Bose explained.
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"If the government clears out the spectrum for exclusive federal use, we would probably still run out of bandwidth in 10 years," Bose said, adding, "LTE requires a wide spectrum to operate."
LTE networks run on frequencies in the 700 MHz to 2.5 GHz range, though spectrum on lower frequencies is preferable for carriers since it can maintain signal strength over longer distances. Industry observers contend that because 4G LTE provides much greater bandwidth-up to 100 times more in some cases-the military can benefit from this technology.
"The big advantage of LTE is, with the global uptick in its usage, everything gets cheaper because volumes of users get so high," Bose added.
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"If you talk to any warfighter who has been to Iraq or Afghanistan, they will tell you they used their cellphones there," Vanu commented. "Many comment that the mapping capability on their cellphone is often better than any other technology. It's easier to use and the map itself is oftentimes better than what the military supplies."
Consequently, Bose maintained, war-fighters need to be enabled with those capabilities in a way that is as secure as possible. "It's never going to be as secure as a Type 1 military radio," he said.
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