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Govind Krishnamurthi

age ~52

from Palo Alto, CA

Also known as:
  • Govind Krishnamurt
  • N I
  • Govindarajan Ramanujam

Govind Krishnamurthi Phones & Addresses

  • Palo Alto, CA
  • Redwood City, CA
  • Sunnyvale, CA
  • San Diego, CA
  • 276 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02474 • (781)6485421
  • San Mateo, CA
  • Ames, IA
  • 276 Massachusetts Ave APT 105, Arlington, MA 02474 • (781)6485421

Work

  • Company:
    Nokia
    Jun 2007 to Aug 2007
  • Position:
    Prncipal

Education

  • Degree:
    Master of Business Administration, Masters
  • School / High School:
    University of California, San Diego - Rady School of Management
    2005 to 2007

Skills

Mobile Devices • Wireless • Product Development • Ip • Product Management • Software Engineering • Strategy • Embedded Systems • System Architecture • Embedded Software • Telecommunications • Patents • Cdma • Software Development • Cross Functional Team Leadership • Intellectual Property Valuation • Leadership • Mobile • Wireless Technologies • Product Lifecycle Management • Certified Scrum Master • Agile Methodologies • Business Development • Consulting • Software As A Service • Management • Certified Product Owner • Software Product Management • Technical Product Management

Industries

Wireless

Resumes

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Location:
1182 Clark Way, Palo Alto, CA 94304
Industry:
Wireless
Work:
Nokia Jun 2007 - Aug 2007
Prncipal

Nokia Research Center Feb 2006 - Jun 2007
Principal Scientist

Nokia Aug 1999 - Feb 2006
Senior Research Engineer

University of Washington Sep 1994 - Aug 1997
Research Assistant

Bell Communications Research Jun 1996 - Sep 1996
Intern
Education:
University of California, San Diego - Rady School of Management 2005 - 2007
Master of Business Administration, Masters
Iowa State University 1997 - 1999
Doctorates, Doctor of Philosophy, Computer Engineering
University of Washington 1994 - 1997
Masters, Master of Science In Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering
Indian Institute of Science (Iisc)
Skills:
Mobile Devices
Wireless
Product Development
Ip
Product Management
Software Engineering
Strategy
Embedded Systems
System Architecture
Embedded Software
Telecommunications
Patents
Cdma
Software Development
Cross Functional Team Leadership
Intellectual Property Valuation
Leadership
Mobile
Wireless Technologies
Product Lifecycle Management
Certified Scrum Master
Agile Methodologies
Business Development
Consulting
Software As A Service
Management
Certified Product Owner
Software Product Management
Technical Product Management
Certifications:
Software Product Management (Spm) Certificate
Certified Scrum Product Owner (Cspo)
Scrum Master Certified (Smc)

Us Patents

  • Method And Apparatus For Alerting Mobile Nodes Of Desirable Access Characteristics

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  • US Patent:
    7224677, May 29, 2007
  • Filed:
    Nov 15, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/295626
  • Inventors:
    Govind Krishnamurthi - Arlington MA, US
    Dirk Trossen - Cambridge MA, US
    Hemant Chaskar - Woburn MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Nokia Corporation - Espoo
  • International Classification:
    H04Q 7/00
  • US Classification:
    370331, 370328, 455436
  • Abstract:
    This invention provides a messaging interface between a Mobile Node (MN) and an Access Router (AR) that enables the registration of MN preferences with a current AR (AR_current) and, when appropriate, the notification of the MN of the discovery of an AR in the proximity of AR_current that matches MN-specified preference criteria. The notifying AR_current may be the one that the MN originally registered its preferences with, or it could be another AR that, due to movement by the MN, has assumed the role of AR_current. In this case the MN preference data set to be transferred from one AR to another in response to the movement of the MN. The presently preferred messaging interface has two main modes of operation. In a first mode of operation, a “Query” mode, the MN explicitly queries AR_current for information descriptive of the capabilities of nearby ARs. AR_current responds to the MN query after examining the information stored in its PNL.
  • Relocation Of Application-Specific Functionality During Seamless Network Layer-Level Handoffs

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  • US Patent:
    7272122, Sep 18, 2007
  • Filed:
    May 10, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/144281
  • Inventors:
    Dirk Trossen - Cambridge MA, US
    Hemant M. Chaskar - Woburn MA, US
    Govind Krishnamurthi - Arlington MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Nokia Corporation
  • International Classification:
    G08C 17/00
    H04Q 7/20
  • US Classification:
    370331, 455437, 455442
  • Abstract:
    The present invention provides a relocation of an application-specific functionality for an application that a mobile terminal (mobile node) is executing. Entities that may provide application-specific functionalities that assist the application include a location-based server (that may be associated with a supplementary service provider functionality), a transcoder proxy, and a security gateway. The relocation of the application-specific functionality with a network layer-level handoff enables the mobile terminal to seamlessly execute an application that utilizes the media content from a content source that is supporting the mobile terminal before the handoff Subsequent to the handoff, the mobile terminal registers with a current access router in order to inform the current access router about application context information. In the exemplary embodiments, the access routers and the content source support the discovery of an entity that can support the application-specific functionality and the configuration of the application-specific functionality after the handoff.
  • Method And Apparatus For Performing Inter-Technology Handoff From Wlan To Cellular Network

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  • US Patent:
    7280505, Oct 9, 2007
  • Filed:
    Jun 19, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/600156
  • Inventors:
    Hemant Chaskar - Woburn MA, US
    Govind Krishnamurthi - Arlington MA, US
    Dirk Trossen - Cambridge MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Nokia Corporation - Espoo
  • International Classification:
    H04Q 7/00
  • US Classification:
    370331, 370401
  • Abstract:
    A method, system and computer program are disclosed to perform a low latency inter-technology handoff of a MN from a WLAN to a cellular network. The method includes transmitting a Bearer Context from the MN for use by the cellular network, the Bearer Context containing information required to establish access network bearers in the cellular network for an ongoing Internet session of the MN; and responding to the Bearer Context with a Router Advertisement that is forwarded to the MN. The Bearer Context may be piggybacked on another message, or it may be sent as a separate message. The Bearer Context includes information expressive of: (a) a QoS requirement of an ongoing application or applications of the MN; (b) a unique identity of the MN that is recognizable by the cellular network; (c) parameters to facilitate the creation of a Point-to-Point Protocol state in the cellular network; and (d) parameters to enable establishment of packet filters in the cellular network. The method also includes authenticating and authorizing with the target cellular network for the purpose of executing handoff.
  • Protocol To Determine Optimal Target Access Routers For Seamless Ip-Level Handover

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  • US Patent:
    7313628, Dec 25, 2007
  • Filed:
    Jun 28, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/892611
  • Inventors:
    Hemant M. Chaskar - Woburn MA, US
    Dirk Trossen - Arlington MA, US
    Govind Krishnamurthi - Arlington MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Nokia, Inc. - Irving TX
  • International Classification:
    G06F 15/173
    H04Q 7/00
  • US Classification:
    709238, 370331
  • Abstract:
    An apparatus and method is provided for facilitating the seamless handoff of IP connections between access routers in an IP network. The mobile IP network includes two or more access routers each serving a different geographic service area. When a mobile terminal moves from the first service area to the second service area, the mobile terminal transmits to the second access router the IP address of the previous access router. The second access router uses this information to learn capabilities of the first access router (e. g. , bandwidths supported, security schemes, and the like) for use in future handoff decisions, and exchanges capability information with the first access router. The assumption is made based on the exchanged information that the access routers are geographically proximate. When another mobile terminal transitions from one service area to another, the system selects an optimal target access router based on the previously learned information, including the inferred geographic proximity between access routers.
  • Protocol To Determine Optimal Target Access Routers For Seamless Ip-Level Handover

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  • US Patent:
    7480307, Jan 20, 2009
  • Filed:
    Dec 22, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    11/018676
  • Inventors:
    Hemant M. Chaskar - Woburn MA, US
    Dirk Trossen - Arlington MA, US
    Govind Krishnamurthi - Arlington MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Nokia, Inc. - Irving TX
  • International Classification:
    H04L 12/56
    H04L 12/16
    H04Q 7/00
    H04Q 7/20
  • US Classification:
    370401, 370255, 370328, 455436, 455437, 455443
  • Abstract:
    An apparatus and method is provided for facilitating the seamless handoff of IP connections between access routers in an IP network. The mobile IP network includes two or more access routers each serving a different geographic service area. When a mobile terminal moves from the first service area to the second service area, the mobile terminal transmits to the second access router the IP address of the previous access router. The second access router uses this information to learn capabilities of the first access router (e. g. , bandwidths supported, security schemes, and the like) for use in future handoff decisions, and exchanges capability information with the first access router. The assumption is made based on the exchanged information that the access routers are geographically proximate. When another mobile terminal transitions from one service area to another, the system selects an optimal target access router based on the previously learned information, including the inferred geographic proximity between access routers.
  • Method And Apparatus Providing A Protocol To Enable A Wireless Tcp Session Using A Split Tcp Connection

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  • US Patent:
    7616644, Nov 10, 2009
  • Filed:
    Feb 25, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/788131
  • Inventors:
    Hemant Chaskar - Woburn MA, US
    Govind Krishnamurthi - Arlington MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Nokia Corporation - Espoo
  • International Classification:
    H04L 12/56
  • US Classification:
    37039552
  • Abstract:
    Disclosed are a method and a system that operates in accordance with the method to set up a TCP session between a MS and an end point destination via a wireless network and the Internet. The method includes sending a split TCP connection request from the MS to a PEP located in the network, where the split TCP request includes information for identifying a network address of the MS and a network address of the end point destination. The method further includes, in response to receiving the split TCP connection request from the MS, establishing a split TCP connection that includes a wireless TCP (WTCP) connection between the MS and the PEP, and a TCP connection at least part way between the PEP and the end point destination. In one embodiment the end point destination is an application server that is coupled to the Internet, and the TCP connection is established between the PEP and the application server. In another embodiment the end point destination is a second MS that is coupled to a second PEP in a second wireless network, and the TCP connection is established at least as far as the second PEP, and then as a WTCP connection from the second PEP to the second MS.
  • Method Of Pre-Authorizing Handovers Among Access Routers In Communication Networks

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  • US Patent:
    7684798, Mar 23, 2010
  • Filed:
    Nov 9, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/986778
  • Inventors:
    Senthil Sengodan - Woburn MA, US
    Govind Krishnamurthi - Arlington MA, US
    Ram Gopal - Woburn MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Nokia Corporation - Espoo
  • International Classification:
    H04Q 7/20
  • US Classification:
    455436, 455437, 455438, 455439, 455442, 370338, 370392, 370401, 370328, 370402
  • Abstract:
    An apparatus and method is provided for facilitating the handoff of a mobile terminal from a first access device in a first network to a second access device in a second network. Prior to performing a handoff operation, the first access device inquires as to whether the mobile terminal is authorized to be handed off to the second access device and, in response thereto, completes the handoff. If the mobile terminal is not authorized to be handed off to the second access device, the handoff operation is inhibited, preferably without using any radio frequency resources of the second access device.
  • System, Method And Computer Program Product For Managing User Identities

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  • US Patent:
    7991843, Aug 2, 2011
  • Filed:
    Oct 29, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/695700
  • Inventors:
    Yile Guo - Woburn MA, US
    Govind Krishnamurthi - Arlington MA, US
  • Assignee:
    Nokia Corporation - Espoo
  • International Classification:
    G06F 15/16
    G06F 15/173
  • US Classification:
    709206, 709203, 709219, 709224, 709230
  • Abstract:
    A system for managing a plurality of identities of a user includes a network entity capable of operating a user naming system (UNS). The UNS is capable of receiving, from an application, a request for an identity of a user. The UNS is also capable of automatically selecting a predefined identity based upon the application and at least one user preference independent of user input to the application. The UNS can then provide the selected identity to the application. More particularly, the UNS can receive a request for the identity of a user from a trusted application. Then, the UNS can select an identity further based upon a status of the user. The UNS can alternatively receive a request for the identity of a user from a non-trusted application. Then, the UNS can select or generate a pseudonym, which the UNS can provide to the application.

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