Sanjit is the former CEO and a co-founder of Meraki, where he managed day-to-day operations from inception through the $1.2 billion acquisition by Cisco in 2012.
He now serves as the Vice President and General Manager of the Cisco Cloud Networking Group, headquartered in San Francisco.
Sanjit has been recognized as a TR35 honoree by MIT Technology Review, Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum, and has received awards for academic research in computer networking.
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