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  • North Potomac, MD
  • Germantown, MD
  • Clarksburg, MD
  • Washington, DC
  • Hyattsville, MD

Work

Company: Spacenet inc 2000 to 2013 Address: McLean, VA Position: Director, product engineering & software application

Education

Degree: M.S School / High School: University of Maryland College Park Specialities: Computer Science

Ranks

Certificate: Certified Scrum Master Date: February 2012 Organization: Scrum Alliance

Industries

Telecommunications

Resumes

Resumes

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Director, Product Engineering &Amp; Software App. At Spacenet, Inc

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Position:
Director, Product Engineering & Software Application at Spacenet Inc
Location:
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Industry:
Telecommunications
Work:
Spacenet Inc - McLean, VA since 2000
Director, Product Engineering & Software Application

GE Spacenet - McLean, VA 1994 - 2000
Manager, Software Development

GTE - McLean, VA Jul 1991 - 1994
Senior Software Engineer

Contel ASC - Rockville, MD 1988 - 1991
Software Engineer
Education:
University of Maryland College Park
M.S, Computer Science
Technische Universitat Berlin, Germany
M.S, Computer Science
Technische Universitat Berlin, Germany
BS, Computer Science
Certifications:
Certified Scrum Master, Scrum Alliance

Publications

Us Patents

System And Method For Acceleration Of A Secure Transmission Over Satellite

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US Patent:
8281029, Oct 2, 2012
Filed:
Nov 26, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/303722
Inventors:
Aditya Chatterjee - Montgomery Village MD,
Roberto Rodrigues - McLean VA,
Hanny Kadrichu - North Potomac MD,
Steven Bowers - Herndon VA,
Assignee:
Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd.
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709235
Abstract:
A broadband communication system with improved latency is disclosed. The system employs acceleration of secure web-based communications over a satellite communication network. In accordance with aspects of the invention, secure protocol acceleration is employed such that required protocol signals transmitted from a computer employing a web browser may be intercepted by a remote terminal. To insure that the browser will continue transmitting data, the remote terminal generates required acknowledgment and security signals to continue the secure communication, which may then transmitted back to the computer. Meanwhile, the received protocol signals may be converted by the remote terminal for transmission through the satellite communications system in a format appropriate for that communication medium. Aspects of the invention further include a hub or similar device for communicating with the satellite communications system, and a secure connection between that device and the web server may be maintained by similarly simulating a continuous secure connection between the computer and the web server. Transmissions from the web server to the browser may be preformed in a similar manner.

System And Method For Internet Page Acceleration Including Multicast Transmissions

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US Patent:
2001004, Nov 22, 2001
Filed:
Feb 13, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/781554
Inventors:
Aditya Chatterjee - Montgomery Village MD,
Richard Nelson - McLean VA,
Anand Jagannathan - Falls Church VA,
Steven Bowers - Herndon VA,
Roberto Rodrigues - McLean VA,
Hanny Kadrichu - North Potomac MD,
Yaron Reshef - Rockville MD,
Alan Schneider - Oak Hill VA,
International Classification:
H04L012/28
US Classification:
370/390000, 370/401000, 370/432000
Abstract:
A broadband communication system with improved latency is disclosed. The system employs distributed caching techniques to assemble data objects at locations proximate to a source to avoid latency over delayed links. The assembled data objects are then multicast to one or more remote terminals in response to a request for the objects, thus reducing unnecessary data flow across the satellite link.

Managed Network Device

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US Patent:
2012004, Feb 16, 2012
Filed:
Aug 10, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/207180
Inventors:
Aditya Chatterjee - Montgomery Village MD,
Hanny Kadrichu - North Potomac MD,
Yaron Reshef - Rockville MD,
Glenn Katz - Potomac MD,
Amiram Levinberg - Ramat Gan,
Assignee:
GILAT SATELLITE NETWORKS LTD - Petah-Tikva
International Classification:
G06F 15/173
US Classification:
709224, 709223
Abstract:
A network appliance may be configured to transmit data over a multiple networks from one or more client applications, for example, enterprise business applications. The network appliance may receive and analyze information regarding the multiple different networks transmitting over different transmission media, e.g., terrestrial and wireless, and to switch a client application from a primary network to a backup network based on a detected change in network availability. For example, the determination to switch transmission networks may be based on an outage of a primary network, or based on an efficiency or cost analysis, along with other factors. The network appliance may be in communication with an appliance network server, for example, to receive and compile statistics and remotely reconfigure a plurality of network appliances installed in remote locations.

System And Method For Acceleration Of A Secure Transmission Over Satellite

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US Patent:
2012032, Dec 20, 2012
Filed:
Aug 28, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/596509
Inventors:
Aditya N. Chatterjee - Montgomery Village MD,
Roberto G. Rodrigues - McLean VA,
Hanny P. Kadrichu - North Potomac MD,
Steven Bowers - Herndon VA,
Assignee:
Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. - Petah-Tikva
International Classification:
G06F 15/167
US Classification:
709213
Abstract:
A broadband communication system with improved latency is disclosed. The system employs acceleration of secure web-based communications over a satellite communication network. In accordance with aspects of the invention, secure protocol acceleration is employed such that required protocol signals transmitted from a computer employing a web browser may be intercepted by a remote terminal. To insure that the browser will continue transmitting data, the remote terminal generates required acknowledgment and security signals to continue the secure communication, which may then transmitted back to the computer. Meanwhile, the received protocol signals may be converted by the remote terminal for transmission through the satellite communications system in a format appropriate for that communication medium. Aspects of the invention further include a hub or similar device for communicating with the satellite communications system.
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