Raju Vegesna is a serial technology entrepreneur with a multi-decade series of successes. Before Sify, he was the founder and CEO of ServerEngines, an industry leader in network and storage convergence products that grew rapidly from its inception in 2003 to its acquisition by Emulex in 2010. Raju Vegesna then served as Chief Strategist for
Ananda Raju Vegesna has served as an Executive Director of Sify since June 2007. He also serves as Managing Director of Infinity Satcom Universal Private Limited and a Director of Village Inns Limited, Raju Vegesna Infotech & Industries Limited, Raju Vegesna Developers Private Limited, and Ramanand Core Investment Company Private Limited.
Dr. T H Chowdary runs the Centre for Telecommunication Management and Studies in Secunderabad. His years of service with the government established him as a consummate advisor and mentor for new age industries. From 1989-1993 he was Chairman of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan (the Indian Institute of Culture) Hyderabad, establishing and managing eight public schools
C B Mouli is an expert in taxation and corporate law. He currently chairs the audit committee for Sify in addition to his duties as Director. C B Mouli is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and also holds a Bachelor of Law Degree. He is a partner of C.B. Mouli
Bala Saraswathi Vegesna served as Finance Controller of ServerWorks Corporation and is presently the Director of the Raju Vegesna Foundation. Today, she guides the foundation in its multiple welfare activities, both in India and the U.S.
C E S Azariah rose through the ranks within India’s oldest financial institution, the State bank of India, before retiring as Chief General Manager. He then joined the Fixed Income, Money Markets, & Derivatives Association of India (FIMMDA), as CEO. At FIMMDA, he was a member of the High Power Committee on Corporate Bonds and
An alumni of the prestigious Le Martiniere school, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur and Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, Mr. Arun Seth is recognised as among the earliest Indian Telecom leaders. He started out as the founding Managing Director of British Telecom in India in 1995, helping it acquire a 45% stake in Airtel and