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Sanjay Macwan

CEO, Integer1/Former CTO

Sanjay Macwan serves as Senior Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, Media Labs, NBCUniversal. In this role, Mr. Macwan leads Media Labs, an organization within NBCUniversal dedicated to working with academic research groups, start-up companies, and the global venture capital community to accelerate technology innovations and to help develop new business models for the company’s content delivery businesses. Mr. Macwan is based at the NBCUniversal Technology Center in Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

Prior to joining NBCUniversal, Mr. Macwan served as Vice President, AT&T Chief Technology Office and headed the CTO Technology Council which incubated highly successful programs such as AT&T Foundry, a series of innovation centers that collaborate with global technology start-ups and the VC community; The Innovation Pipeline (TIP), an industry leading innovation platform; and the team that was responsible for strategic analysis of key ecosystems of web, ad/search, communications, social networks, and content.

During his career with AT&T, Mr. Macwan held a number of technology and innovation roles spanning areas of mobility, cloud, multimedia, Internet Architecture, and large scale Application Development. In his last role, he led a team of 400 engineers and technologists focused on mobility, cloud, enterprise, emerging services, and security.

He first joined AT&T Labs in 1992 as a software developer and subsequently held positions of increasing responsibilities including Group

Manager of a large software development team, and lead Internet Architect for AT&T’s WorldNet ISP where his team architected the then industry first email service on mobile phones called PocketNet. From 2009 to 2012 he was Assistant Vice President, Technology Innovations, and from 2008 to 2009 he was Assistant Vice President, Multimedia, Mobility, and Security R&D Center.
Mr. Macwan is on a Technology Advisory Council of KPCB, a top global VC firm based in Silicon Valley, and on an Industry Advisory Board with Ericsson. He has also served on the advisory boards of the Georgia Tech Information Security Center, National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO), and successful startups such as Arcturus and Mu Dynamics (acquired by Spirent).

Mr. Macwan holds 14 patents, and has an additional 25 patent applications inprocess.
He holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering, and an MS in Computer Science from Polytechnic University in NY. He is also a graduate of the ASIS/Security Executive Development Program from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and has earned an MBA PowerPak from Northeastern University.