Narender Rao Saineni ‘s Resume(Sept 2007)
Embedded System Architect / Manager Embedded Software / Director Technical
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EDUCATION:
Degree Year of Subjects Institute
passing
M.Tech. 1987 ...
Managerial:
Lead team sizes of up to 50 Engineers (20 h/w, 20 s/w, 10 si) and coordinated with
other departmen...
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Period Organization Position Activities
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07/99 Chip Pvt. Ltd., Manager on these projects.
Hyderabad, India.
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Details of Projects Handled:
The Projects at Aster:
• Place : Aster teleservices Pvt Ltd Product Development Division...
• My Role:
My designation here was system architect. My role was architectural design of the
solution and te...
• Place : The project was under development at Lucent Technologies ,Mount Olive,
NJ, USA.
• Period: Jan 20001-...
handles 2000 calls per shelf. The system supports AAL2 over ATM with voce
calls coded in G711, G736, and G729.
480 ...
DLC Team photo:
DLC systems:
480 LINE DIGITAL LOOP CARRIER
• Place : The project is implemented at MIC Electronics Ltd., Hyderabad
• Period: 19...
MULTI ACCESS RURAL RADIO ANALOGUE 4/36 UHF
• Place : The project is implemented at ARM Ltd.
• Period: 1989-1990
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DIGITLA PAIR GAIN SYSTEM:
This system is used in to give more basic service telephone connections using
the existi...
EPABX WITH EXTENTION WISE BILLING
This system allows several users to share 1 common exchange line. With EPABX
k...
Additional Info for recruiters/clients:
My family background:
I am living with my wife and 2 kids( in high school) in my...
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  • 1. Narender Rao Saineni ‘s Resume(Sept 2007) Embedded System Architect / Manager Embedded Software / Director Technical M.Tech IIT, 20 yrs experience Contact Info: Present Address: Plot No 70, Sardar Patel colony, Thrimulgherry, Secunderabad – 500015. Email: narender@saineni.net ; narender_saineni@yahoo.com Home page: http://saineni.net/saineni/Narender/ My latest resume: http://saineni.net/saineni/Narender/Narender_Resume_Latest.doc ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Profile Summary: • IIT, M.Tech, Chennai, India 20 years of experience in embedded systems. Conceived, architected, designed and developed hardware & firmware for many embedded systems mostly in telecom domain. • Roles Played: Technical design, R&D management, technical support to the marketing team. • Major achievements: Designed and produced several products taking care of all the work from concept to completion. Started telecom product business line at Mic Electronics Ltd, which fetched the company about Rs 50 crore ($10 million) revenue so far. Solved many problems in the MARR and implemented smooth and fast production plan, which fetched Rs 1 Billion sales to ARM Ltd. Architected next generation MSAN (Multi Service Access Network) product at Mic Electronics. Designed and launched auto-conferencer at Nanotech communications which beat all the competitors in the field( about 50) at that time and fetched good profits to the company ( I was a partner in that small company). Launched new business line at Aster teleservices which is fetching Rs 150 million sales per month now. Career Objective: To take up challenging technical management/design jobs, which need system level design experience, vision, planning and executing skill to succeed? Date of birth: 2nd February 1964
  • 2. EDUCATION: Degree Year of Subjects Institute passing M.Tech. 1987 Electronic Circuits and Systems Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, India B. Tech. 1985 Electronics and Jawaharlal Nehru Technological Communications Engineering. University, Hyderabad, India. Skill Set: Firmware expertise: Architecting time critical real time software on embedded platforms, C&C++ on embedded platforms like telecom products, Assembly Languages of various processors mentioned. I wrote RTOS in C for x86 platform and used it in few products. I designed and wrote code for about 30 different embedded applications. OOPS methodologies, Code Reuse Planning. Hardware expertise: Designed and developed the architecture for telecom and other embedded products. Designed systems, boards, individual blocks., digital circuits and analog circuits. Software working knowledge: Web technologies: HTML, CSS, MySQL, PHP, JavaScript, PERL CGI Programming. Languages: C, C++,Java. Version control: CVS. Operating Systems and platforms: RTOS: VxWorks, pSOS, CMX; PC-OS: DOS, Windows, Unix/Linux. Tool chain: GNU GCC GDB tool chain. Hardware working knowledge: Verilog, VHDL, Radio circuits and fiber optics.
  • 3. Managerial: Lead team sizes of up to 50 Engineers (20 h/w, 20 s/w, 10 si) and coordinated with other departments, customers and govt. departments. Countries Visited as part of job functions: Australia, Singapore, USA, UK, Hong Kong, Spain, Italy. Systems: Designed and developed the various embedded systems architecture (hardware and software) to suit customers' current and future requirements mostly in telecom. Target Platforms: Embedded Targets of these processors: 8 bit: 8085, 8051, 68HC05E2, 68HC705c8, 68HC11, 16C73 16 bit: 68HC000, 80C188XL. 32/64 bit: OR1K(Opencore),ARM. Motorola Power PC DOS, Windows, Linux. Standards Worked on or Familiar with: Telecom: G703, E1, E2, ISDN, ATM, , V5.2, xDSL, PCM, ADPCM, CVSD, PSTN PARAMETERS,UMTS 3G CELLULAR STANDARD etc. Computers and Embedded Systems: TCP/IP, BLUETOOTH, USB, IEEE1394, iTRON RTOS, ETHERNET etc,. My work “experience + skill level” domain wise: R&D Management : 8/10 Solution Architecting & Tech lead : 8/10 Hardware design & development : 8/10 Embedded software design & development : 9/10
  • 4. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Period Organization Position Activities Held 8/2k6- Aster Tele Head, SBU Developing a new business line Present Services Pvt Ltd 7/2k5-8/ Nuelight India Manager, Embedded Developing and managing the 2k6 Semiconductors Software software on OR1K embedded platform used for OLED flat panel displays 12/2k4- Analog Devices Embedded Software Architecting and designing of Inc, Hyderabad, Architect(Contract test platform software for the 7/2k5 India position) validation of mobile comm. RF chips. 07/2k2- Mic Electronics Vice President Managing Technology 11/2k4 Ltd (Technical) Development and Deployment. In the telecom sector mainly the Multi Service Access Network. 08/2k- Lucent Member UMTS Development of 3g software on Technologies, software development RNC, platform VxWorks, Unix , 07/2k1 Mount Olive team. Coding for measurements and ,NJ ,USA handover. Member tech support to the marketing team Demonstration of trial system in the lab and in trade shows. 05/2k - Opencon Systems Manager Hardware Management of Hardware Inc development and participated in 08/2k system analysis and design for NJ, USA Media Gateway product, this inter works between ATM, PCM, IP and handles 2k calls per shelf. 07/99 – Nanotech Director Technical Project Planning and Managerial Communications guidance for launching new 03/2k Pvt Ltd, India. embedded products. 02/99 – Rendezvous On Project Management of teams working
  • 5. 07/99 Chip Pvt. Ltd., Manager on these projects. Hyderabad, India. Projects : software stacks of www.trinc.com IEEE 1394/Firewire , USB . SOHO Router Product development 10/93 – MIC Electronics Director, Design & Development of 02/99 Ltd., Hyderabad, Telecom products, Hardware & India Technical Embedded software. Management of R&D Teams. www.micelectronic Products developed s.com Digital Loop Carrier Digital Line Concentrator Analogue Line Concentrator DPGS,HDSL Multi Access Rural Radio 09/91 – ARM Ltd. Manager, Design & Development of 10/93 Hyderabad, India R&D 2Gc 8Mbit/sec Digital Radio. Multi Access Rural Radio 08/88 – Micro techniques, Sr. Design Engineer, Designed Hardware and 09/91 Hyderabad. Embedded Software of Multi R&D Access Rural Radio and some more Microprocessor based commercial products. 07/87 – MVSR Engg Lecturer Teaching Electronics Subjects & 08/88 College, guiding projects. Hyderabad. 02/87 to HCL Limited, Design Designed Embedded software for 06/87 Delhi. Multi Terminal port card of Engineer Horizon Mini Computer.
  • 6. Details of Projects Handled: The Projects at Aster: • Place : Aster teleservices Pvt Ltd Product Development Division, Hyderabad, India. • Period: Aug 2006 - Present • My Role: To guide various embedded systems projects under development. There are several projects for defense. Some projects for railways. Provided technical guidance to those ongoing projects to complete the same in time. Now A new product line is being pursued called Power Interface Unit. This is a Power Control product that goes into the cellular BTS sites. It suppies regulated power to the power plant and also manages the back up Diesel Generator for auto switch on/swith off change over etc and also monitors and extends various alarms of the site. The Video Controller development for next generation OLED flat panel displays: • Place : Nuelight Inc Inc. Hyderabad Development Center, India. • Period: Oct 2005-Aug 2006 • My Role: My designation here was Manager Software. My role was board bring up and porting of the algorithmic video controller application onto this board. The board is based on OPENCORE VLSI core technology. The processor is OR1K family. The open source tool chain and the open source debug environment was used. GCC, g++ tool set is ported to this processor on Linux environment. The JTAG debug system is used. My team brought up the board and ported all the application software to this platform and maintained the same. TEST PLATFORM FOR MOBILE COMM CHIP VALIDATION: • Place : Analog Devices Inc, Hyderabad Development Center, India. • Period: Dec2004-July 2005
  • 7. • My Role: My designation here was system architect. My role was architectural design of the solution and technical lead of the project. The project name is SPyDER(Software Project for Dynamic Evaluation of Radio). The client makes mobile communication components known as DBB, ABB and RF chip. The aim of the project is to develop an evaluation tool which allows the user to dynamically create a flexible test case (apart from the all the standard tests in the standard communication standards like GSM,TD-SCDMA ) and allows him/her to perform that test on the RF chip mounted on the Evaluation platform. My current role is capturing the user requirements and architecting the product and leading the development. The product consists of embedded software in the target evaluation platform, host s/w and control commands to the instrumentation. The DBB consists of ARM processor and Blackfin DSP. The test scenarios are converted to appropriate code in the host to run on ARM+TEP+DSP target and test equipment. The code is downloaded and run, at the end of the test the test results are analyzed using presentation and analysis tools like MATHLAB COSSAP etc. MULTI SERVICE ACCESS NETWORK: • Place : MIC Electronics Limited, Hyderabad. • Period: Aug 2002-Dec 2004 • My Role: I was the Head of the development department. My focus was on this project though there were several other projects. The project team was responsible for developing the next generation Access Network for use by Telco. This network provides the traditional POTS, and the new type of the service lines like DSL, Ethernet. On these new type of high bandwidth access lines new services can be given like High speed internet, Video broadcast, and video on demand. The Remote terminal aggregates the narrow band and broadband traffic and transports the same through the SDH fiber to the Central office terminal and from there it is handed off to the TDM network and data network. My role technical role was to architect the network elements like, RT, COT, CPE and lead the development. The management role was to form appropriate teams assign roles motivate train and motivate them and get the work done in time. UMTS 3G CELLULAR SYSTEM:
  • 8. • Place : The project was under development at Lucent Technologies ,Mount Olive, NJ, USA. • Period: Jan 20001-Aug 2001 • My Role: I was a member of UMTS Trial System development team. This team is responsible for developing 3G UMTS UTRAN software and integrating the system with test mobile . The purpose of the project is to develop an UMTS UTRAN quickly to prove technology capability of the company and win the confidence of the customers. Based on the experience of the trial system development the commercial design and deployment will be tuned. The target platform is vxWorks on VME boards and Lucent hardware. We follow the 3GPP specification and design the software and code it using C/C++ . the development environment is Sun Solaris and Windows NT. I was a member of the Integration team for 3 months responsible for integrating and testing all the components of the UTRAN and total end to end testing from mobile to the core network. I was a member of demo team for 5 months. The demo team is responsible for setting up the 3G UMTS System with Live air link, BTS, Mobile, The Client and server Devices on the Demo network. With this setup running demonstrating different multimedia applications to potential customers who visit the lab or in trade shows. MEDIA GATEWAY: • Place : Opencon Systems Inc, NJ, USA. • Period: May 2000 to Aug 2000-Present • My Role: I was Manager hardware team, responsible for architecting the inter working function hardware between ATM, PSTN, IP and managing. I was involved in System Analysis and System architecture. • System Description: This is a Gateway product. It supports Multimedia traffic from subscribers. The system connects to subscribers through ADSL/Fiber/'Cable network’, connects to the PSTN network using V5.2/GR303 protocol and also connects to IP WAN network. Depending on the different cost/quality criteria the system can route subscriber traffic through PSTN network or IP network dynamically. The system
  • 9. handles 2000 calls per shelf. The system supports AAL2 over ATM with voce calls coded in G711, G736, and G729. 480 LINE DIGITAL LINE CONCENTRATOR: • Place : The project is implemented at MIC Electronics Ltd., Hyderabad • Period: 1997-1998 • My Role: Project Management, Product H/W & S/W Architecture Design, Costing, Productionising etc. • System Description: This system is used as a Telecom Access Network solution. The system consists of two units EEE (Exchange End Equipment) and REE (Remote End Equipment). 2W from local exchange (LE) are terminated onto EEE. 2W of subscribers are terminated onto REE. EEE and REE are connected through concentrated 2Mbps(E1) PCM streams. PCM streams are transported through some available digital media. The active subscribers are switched dynamically through the available free time slots in the PCM streams. REE switches the Intra REE calls through local switching. REE can be connected to LE using V5.2 protocol also by which EEE is avoided. The system was modular in design. Every 120 Lines comprised of one module. Each of the modules was supporting 4 E1 junction streams and each of the junction streams could be used to connect straight away to for EEE-REE link or it could be used as inter module link for expansion.
  • 10. DLC Team photo: DLC systems:
  • 11. 480 LINE DIGITAL LOOP CARRIER • Place : The project is implemented at MIC Electronics Ltd., Hyderabad • Period: 1998-1999 • My Role: Developed the Architecture, H/W & S/W Design, Costing etc. • System Description: This system is in many ways similar to the Digital Line Concentrator described above. This system will be connected to the LE using fiber optic cable and will link to its peer EEE or LE using V5.2 protocol. The system supports various types of Subscriber lines namely POTS, ISDN BASIC, ISDN PRIMARY, HOTLINE, and 2W/4W/E1/64K leased lines. 120 CHANNEL DIGITAL RADIO AT 2 GHZ: • Place : The project is implemented at ARM Ltd. • Period: 1990-1991 • My Role: I was the project leader. The radio technology was taken from AWA Australia. I was responsible for know how absorption. Redesigned the base band portion to make it compatible with the Indian TEC spec. Got the TEC approval after redesign. • System Description: This is a 120-channel/8Mbit digital radio. This is a transmission system mainly used in trunk routes. The system supports multi hop maintenance features with order wires, remote terminal status and control functions. The terminal has 1+1 standby configuration supporting hitless switching of receiver. Standby can be configured for space/frequency diversity.
  • 12. MULTI ACCESS RURAL RADIO ANALOGUE 4/36 UHF • Place : The project is implemented at ARM Ltd. • Period: 1989-1990 • My Role: Designed the multi access protocol of the system. Designed software for the base station, software at RSU and the base band hardware. Developed the production process too. • System Description: The system consists of one base station located at LE (local exchange) in a town and 36 Remote Subscriber Units (RSU) located in 36 villages in a radius of 35 km. The BSU is terminated with 36 2w from LE. The RSU is terminated with a 2W POTS instrument. The BSU and RSU are linked through 4-channel UHF radio. The system serves the 36 village PCO lines from the nearby town through radio on 4 UHF analogue channels. This system was especially designed to suit Indian requirements, i.e., and fast deployment, low traffic from villages and low overall cost and maintenance.
  • 13. DIGITLA PAIR GAIN SYSTEM: This system is used in to give more basic service telephone connections using the existing cables. Typically 4 connections are given using single cable Pair. The system consists of two units where one unit EEE (Exchange End Equipment) is located in the exchange premises and one another unit REE (Remote End Equipment) is located near the subscriber premises. The four telephone connections from the exchange are terminated on the EEE, EEE and REE are interconnected using one cable pair and REE regenerates 4 cable pairs at the remote end for four subscribers. Each of The four voice lines is encoded to 32k ADPCM. The gross data of 128 kbps and some signaling data is carried to the REE using ISDN -U interface. The REE regenerates the dc-loop and ringing signals to the subscribers at the Remote end. The REE is generally pole mounted hence its power is derived from the same Cable pair running from EEE. To transmit the power required by the REE the Voltage on the common cable pair is raised to 300 volts. PCO CALL MONITOR AND AUTO CONFERENCER This system is used in Public Call Offices .The system is designed for the developing countries. The system gives the call billing for the calls made from the PCO booths In the form of short print. The system also enables any subscribers to dial in to the System through proper authentication using DTMF pass codes and voice prompts Once dialed in, the user can make STD calls and get his bill recorded and printed. Subscribers who do not have STD facility from their telephones use this facility. The system handles one local line for dial in purpose and two STD lines for dial Out purpose. The system logs the call information and gives out various reports as requested by the booth owner for administration and maintenance. ANALOGUE LINE CONCENTRATOR This is designed to cater to the developing countries. Using this system, 90 subscribers can be connected using 16 cable pairs. The system consists of one EEE and one REE .the 90 cable pairs from the exchange are terminated on the EEE. EEE and REE are interconnected Using 16 cable pairs. REE regenerates 90 cable pairs at the remote end to the 90 subscribers. Out of 16 common interlink pairs 15 are shared as Per demand using metallic switching using relays and one pair is used For intercommunication between EEE and REE and feeding power to The REE. The EEE and REE communicate using FSK modem on the common pair. The system supports metallic loop testing of subscriber lines from the Test desk. This is easy to maintain and serves 8 km EEE REE distances. Used mainly for expanding connections using the existing cable pairs for low traffic density areas.
  • 14. EPABX WITH EXTENTION WISE BILLING This system allows several users to share 1 common exchange line. With EPABX kind of switching .The unique feature of this system is it gives the extension wise bill separately. So that common line bill can be shared. The system employs proprietary technique to detect call maturity for the outcalls made even in cases where line reversal/16kc signal is not available from the exchange. The system handles incoming calls automatically to route to the desired extension using several optional methods settable in the field. MISCELLANIUS OTHER PROJECTS: • DID PABX at MIC Electronics Ltd. • Switch mode sine wave AC ringer at MIC Electronics Ltd. • VHF Radio links in universal mode at MIC Electronics Ltd. • PC controlled active burn in-chamber at ARM Ltd • Mil 1553 bus pc add-on card at Micro Techniques • Security guards alert system at Micro Techniques • Microprocessor training kit at Micro Techniques • Terminal card software(Unix System) at Hindustan Computers Ltd. • Micro based active/passive 3 terminal at Bull Power Systems Ltd. • Component tester. (Narender Rao Saineni)
  • 15. Additional Info for recruiters/clients: My family background: I am living with my wife and 2 kids( in high school) in my own house at Hyderabad ( Home town). References: 1. Ramana Rao MV, CEO, Mic Electronics Ltd, Hyderabad, Ph: 91-40-27122222 Email: md@mic.co.in ( I reported to him while at Mic) 2. Kantha Rao Uppala, CEO,Aster Telecommunications,Hyderabad. uppala@vsnl.com ( He is my present boss at Aster Teleservices Pvt Ltd). 3. Krish Iyer, VP Nuelight Corp,USA. M:510-396-6585, krish.iyer@nuelight.com 4. Anand Moghe VP Qualcorelogic,India, M:91-98498-32297, amoghe@qualcorelogic.com Current CTC : Rs 18,00,000 per annum Expected CTC : Negotiable. Location Preference : Hyderabad preferred.

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