Most powerful Indians who head Tech giants!
Sundar Pichai has been roped in to lead Google as Chief Executive Officer but he is not the first one to do so. There have been many Indians abroad who can be given the credit for the success of powerful tech giants. Take a look!
News Nation Bureau | Updated : 11 August 2015, 12:29:26 PM
Pichai Sundararajan better known as Sundar Pichai is the new CEO of a 'slimmed-down' Google.
Satya Nadella in February became Microsoft's chief executive, replacing Steve Ballmer.
The father of the USB standard, in 2009, Intel proclaimed Bhatt as a rockstar of tech through a TV advert.
He is known as father of the famous Intel Pentium processor.
In 1982 he co-found Sun Microsystems, later he started his own venture capitalist firm, Khosla Ventures of which ex-UK PM Tony Blair is also a part.
Hotmail, was founded by this Indian technology talent. After leaving Microsoft, he founded an e-commerce firm, Arzoo Inc, before starting a free messaging service called JaxtrSMS.
Google engineer from India, he is known as Googleâ€™s social star and the man behind the Google+ social network.
Goggle's lesser known talent, he oversees search - something around 1.1 billion people use every month.
Ruchi Sanghvi became Facebookâ€™s first female engineer, joining the social network in 2005.
Warrior remained chief technology officer at Motorola until 2007, where she left to take over the same role at Cisco Systems, which she holds to this day
He currently serves as Adobe Systems chief executive.
He is one of the forefathers of professional technology news blogging.