Krish brings more than 20 years of successful leadership and innovation to Blue Jeans Network. A serial entrepreneur, Krish has been founder and CEO of several successful startup ventures. Prior to Blue Jeans, he was an Entrepeneur-In-Residence (EIR) at Accel Partners, where he was exploring HD video technologies including the current idea behind Blue Jeans. Before that, Krish was the General Manager for the Server Virtualization business unit at Cisco Systems, responsible for architecting Cisco's datacenter and desktop virtualization solutions. Prior to his work at Cisco, Krish was the CEO of Topspin Communications. Under his stewardship, the company re-invented itself as a datacenter virtualization player and executed strategic partnerships with IBM, Dell, HP, and Sun.
Topspin was acquired by Cisco in 2005. Before joining Topspin, Krish was the vice president and general manager for the Content Business Unit at Cisco Systems. Under his leadership, Cisco developed many industry-leading products including the L4-L7 load balancers, content caches, CDN, and micro-webservers. Krish joined Cisco in 1995 when his first startup, Internet Junction, was acquired by them. Earlier in his career, Krish worked for NET, PeerLogic, Bell Labs, and Perkin-Elmer. He has an MSCS from Monmouth University and a BS (Physics) from Madras University, India.
Co-founder and CEO
2009 - Current (almost 8 years)
|Jun 11, 2016||Business Insider Australia - Why Valley engineers are no longer being poached for $1 million in pay|
|Dec 15, 2015||Market Wired - Top - Blue Jeans Network Names Industry Veteran Mike Mansbach to Guide Next Era of Company Growth|
|Dec 8, 2015||WSJ - ATD - Cisco Joins Race to Cloud-Based Calls, Video|
|Dec 4, 2015||Business Insider (tech) - Here's what it looks like when your startup passes a make-or-break test|
|Dec 4, 2015||Business Insider Australia - Here's what it looks like when your startup passes a make-or-break test|
|Apr 11, 2015||ZD Net - ZDNet|
|Apr 10, 2015||eWeek - The two companies are rolling out a cloud-based service called AT&T Video Meetings with Blue Jeans.|
|Apr 2, 2015||Bloomberg - Cloud Based Video-Conferencing Service: Blue Jean Network|