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The last election was conducted in 10/7/2019. The details of last election can be found on 

this link. Election is due every year to select up to 20 TSC members. TSC Chair and Co-chair election will be followed after the new TSC is elected.  This is for the Chair and Co-chair positions.


The process is done on a self nominating basis.  If you wish to nominate yourself as Chair or Co-Chair, please indicate so in the chart below.  Only members of the TSC can become Chair or Co-Chair.  The nominating process began on 15 September and will continue for one week (22 Sept 2020 at Noon pacific).  If there are more than one nominee, we will go through an election with those who have self nominated. That election will begin on or about 23 September and go until Noon (Pacific) on 1 Oct.



TSC Voting Members:

Name

Company

Self Nominate- Chair (Y/N)Self Nominate Co-Chair (Y/N)Bio
Tina TsouArmY

Tina Tsou is an Enterprise Architect at Arm, where she is responsible for designing and implementing robust strategies to establish first tier status for Arm architecture within open source communities and projects. In this role, Tina employs a comprehensive knowledge of relevant NFV/SDN collaborative open source initiatives, open source development tools, processes, build systems, packaging, continuous integration, and test methodologies. Recognized as a thought leader, she forges powerful partnerships with open source communities in support of multiple architectures, while prioritizing requirements for open source enablement in collaboration with Arm key stakeholders and relevant ecosystem partners. Tina also drives and empowers Arm’s Edge Computing Team.  


Currently, Tina is completing her second term as the Co-Chair of the Technical Steering Committee for Akraino.


Prior to joining Arm, Tina excelled as the Digital Domain Expert for Connectivity at Philips Lighting, where she championed the company’s first NB-IoT solution, and facilitated the company’s transition from conventional lighting to LED and digital lighting technology. Additionally, she was employed by Huawei for 16 years in Technical Lead and Principal Engineer roles, where she led network architecture design, new product definition, product marketing strategy, and technology research—and developed the company’s first IPv6 network migration professional service product.


Tina has been awarded 100+ patents and 15 IETF RFCs. She earned her Bachelor of Computer Science degree from Xi’an University of Architecture and Technologies in China.

Paul Carver

AT&T


Henchun ZhangBaidu


Andrew WilkinsonEricssonNN
Khemendra KumarHuawei


Srini AddepalliIntel


Thor ChinInwinStack


Sukhdev KapurJuniperNN
Rong HuangChina Unicom


Yanjun ChenCMRI


Ricardo NoriegaRed Hat


Mark ShanTencent


Enzo ZhangWeBank


Oleg BerzinEquinixNY

Oleg Berzin graduated from Technical University of St. Petersburg, Russia with the MS degree in Computer Engineering. He received his Ph.D. from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Berzin worked at Verizon for 20 years, where he held various technology leadership roles, including development of enterprise mobile and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) services and capabilities on the 4G LTE network. He is currently a Technology Innovation Fellow at Equinix where he is responsible for development of innovation strategies and prototypes in the areas of Mobile and Fixed Edge Infrastructures, Internet of Things, Next Generation Interconnection, Virtualization, and Network Automation. Oleg has extensive expertise in complex multi-protocol, multi-technology network and infrastructure products and services, and he is proud to hold the Lifetime Emeritus status for his three CCIE certifications (R&S, WAN Switching, SP).

Cindy XingMicrosoft


Peter PouliotAmpere Computing


Ming LiNVIDIA


Jeff BrowerSignalogic


Xinhui Li Salesforce


Tide WangPhytium


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