EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN, CYBERFLOW ANALYTICS
Dr. Hossein Eslambolchi Chairman of 2020 Venture partners and executive chairman of Cyberflow which is focused on prevention and detection of complex hacking around IOT world including wireline and wireless with 50B devices and just won a big award across 3000 companies spread over 1000 locations and was recognized as number 1 IOT company in the world. Dr. Eslambolchi is recognized in the scientific community as one of the foremost thought leaders and technological scientists of the high tech age and 21st century and often compared by significant number of industry experts for his business and technical accomplishments to leaders such as Jack Welch of GE for his business transformational leadership. A quintessential communications visionary, he champions the creation and delivery of pragmatic state-of-the-art transformational business strategies. As AT&T’s Chief Transformation Officer, he developed and executed in the brief space of three years a comprehensive four stage strategy that included Enterprise Customer Service, Network Transformation, Services Transformation and Cultural Transformation; essentially, the overhaul and remodeling of the company that SBC dubbed the ‘new’ AT&T.
Dr. Eslambolchi is also a prolific inventor and engineer, best known for his prominent role in AT&T and his technical and operational technology vision worldwide and his global leadership as AT&T CTO, CIO and President & CEO of ATT Labs and Global Network responsible for architecture, design, development, engineering and operations of ATT data and IP networks.
He joined AT&T Bell Laboratories in 1986, and rose to become, Chief Technology Officer, Chief Information Officer, President and CEO of AT&T Labs and President and CEO of AT&T Global Network Services of the ATT Communications and was 16B officer of the company since 2001, and served as a critical member of AT&T's governing Executive Committee. He left AT&T soon after its merger with SBC in January 2006. Upon his departure, BusinessWeek called him “a critical player in maintaining AT&T’s status as a technology leader” (Dec. 30, 2005) and noted that he is “a bold, but pragmatic, visionary.” and The New York Times said: "Eslambolchi is “the technological strategist behind AT&T's ambitious turnaround plan to become a data transmission company selling an array of software products like network security systems”, 1/22/2005.
Dr. Eslambolchi served as Chief Technology Officer and advised its top leaders on the formulation and implementation of a strategic technology vision from 2001 to 2005. Early on, he predicted that IP would “eat everything” and advocated an architecture that would allow all services to run on IP and work together with connectivity to any device. His recent published book “2020 Vision” has set the foundation of communications industry over the next two decades and he now predicts Broadband Wireless will eat IP and Micro applications will dominate the industry over the next decade.
Light Reading said that “[Dr. Eslambolchi’s] evangelizing has underscored the notion of where the entire communications infrastructure is heading” when it named him to the # 1 spot on its list of Top 10 Movers and Shakers in Telecom (Nov. 2003). http://www.lightreading.com/document.asp?doc_id=40682
Dr. Eslambolchi led the transformation of AT&T’s network, systems and services. He left AT&T soon after its merger with SBC in late 2005. Upon his departure, BusinessWeek called him “a critical player in maintaining AT&T’s status as a technology leader” (Dec. 30, 2005) and noted that he is “a bold, but pragmatic, visionary.”