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  • 10+ years of extensive practical experience in Software Design and Development in Networking (VoIP, SIP, H323 & Wireless) domain.
  • Excellent hands on experience in C and C++. Hands on Python for scripting.
  • Deployed and implemented Lync/Skype for Business SDN API along with Microsoft team (as a development partner from Aruba Networks). Currently, Lync SDN API is available publicly and has been consumed by enterprise giants like HP, Cisco, Nectar and Event - Zero.
  • Good understanding of NAT & Firewall on Aruba Controllers.
  • Working knowledge and good understanding of multiple RFC/Drafts of VoIP protocol.
  • Proof of Concept (PoC) work lead to the creation of Drafts.
  • Recognized for delivering features which are unique selling points for products.
  • Good understanding of QoS on unified communication tools like Lync, Skype & Jabber. Enthusiastic about leadership responsibilities.
  • Excellent troubleshooting and analytical skills.


Languages: C, C++, HTTP (XML), Multithread Programming

Operating System: Linux, Cisco IOS, Aruba OS

Products: Cisco Call Manager Express (CME)

Cisco IP: IP Gateway

Cisco TDM: IP Gateway, Aruba Access Points & Controllers,Aruba Service Controllers & SDN Architecture, Multitech VOIP Gateways

Network Technology: VoIP (SIP, H323), STUN, TURN, IMS Architecture

Wireless Technology, FastPath & Slow: Path switch forwarding (TCP/IP), SDN (Trema Controller), GRE Tunnel, DNS, Switching, Multicasting, UNIX OS and Internals like IPC & Socket Programming.



Software Engineer


  • Feature development on Confidential like Jabber, Lync, Skype & doing case study for Lync Audio call quality.
  • Also handling customer issues for ArubaOS Voice ALG (ArubaOS has various Voice ALG like SIP, H323, SCCP, NOE, Vocera & SVP). In addition to this, worked on wireless infrastructure of Access Point (AP) & Controller.
  • Lync is a unified communication that is used to make voice/video/Desktop-Sharing & File Transfer.
  • When Lync clients are involved in voice/video calls, media data (RTP) goes all the way from client AP Controller network switches & back to Controller AP client. using SDN/Open Flow Controller & Agent, media path can be hair-pinned at AP. This will have sufficient improvement on call quality metrics.
  • Service Controller will have Apps to interact with SDP/Open Flow to program the Controller/Switches to forward the RTP traffic using ZMQ API’s.
  • In typical deployment scenarios, Aruba Controller can only modify L2 & L3 header priority value of the media packets that are flowing downstream to Lync clients. Aruba Controller cannot control the L2 & L3 header priority value of the media packets that are originated from Lync clients.
  • This PoC is to have interaction between Lync clients & Aruba Controller so that Aruba Controller can influence the Lync clients to modify the L2 & L3 header priority value. This is done by sending HTTP POST message with suitable XML body containing the details of L2 & L3 priority value.


Software Engineer


  • To support HTTPS (XML) message we used TLS with Client & Server authentication.
  • Supporting Early Media for SIP Voice ALG: Implement RFC 5009, 3959, 3960.
  • Enhancing the SIP ALG State machine to handle Mid - Call Messages.
  • Handling Wireless issues on Access Point, Controller.
  • Feature development and handling customer issues on Cisco voice gateways.
  • Products like B2BUA (also called as IPIP GW or CUBE), CME & TDM-IP GW is worked upon. All these products use both SIP & H323 protocol for signalling.
  • Worked on the following features:
  • Lossless Media Compression for SIP Trunks using G711.0: G.711 is still the dominant telephony codec in use today. However, G.711 is a high bit rate codec requiring 64 kbps of bandwidth per call per direction. G.711.0 is a lossless compression of G.711 voice payload; absolutely no loss of voice quality whatsoever & with > 50% of bandwidth reduction. With this proposal & proof of concept, we show how the regular G.711 payload will be further compressed with the lossless compression algorithm like G711.0 on IPIP GW.

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