Indian Inventors Who Shaped Today's Computers

When we come to computers and technology, the first things comes in our mind are Microsoft's Bill Gates and Apple .Inc 's Steve Jobs.
But behind their success there were some INDIAN inventors who also contributed to shape today's Personal Computers.
        


VA Shiva Ayyadurai

Shiva Ayyadurai, an Indian origin boy, invented this technology in 1978. When he was just 14 years old then he developed a full-scale emulation of the interoffice mail system. He named it an E-mail " system. His E-mail system has every functions of the interoffice mail system such as Inbox, Folders, Outbox, and etc etc. 

Ajay Bhatt

First of all, watch the video.
Portrayed Ad. of Ajay Bhatt

After watching the video, probably you've been sure of what was he co-invented, USB. But that's not the complete fact, he also co-invented few more things such as AGP(Accelerated Graphic Port), PCI Express. 
Some words by Ajay Batt, "My dream come true with getting the opportunity to shape the future of the PC. "

Vinod Dham


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The ' Father of Pentium' microprocessor, Mr. Vinod Dham invented the highly successful Intel Microprocessor "Pentium". 80% of computers in this world is running on Pentium series. Vinod also co-invented the flash-memory technology, which is known as SD card.

Narinder Singh Kapany

He is an Indian born American physicist known for his pioneer research work in fiber optics and considered as one of the founders of fiber optics and popularly called as first light-bender, an important invention used in voice, data, and video transmission technologies and even used for medical purpose such as endoscopy, bronchoscopy.

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Unlike to many, he is a non-IITian and rather graduated from Agra university, done Ph.D from prestigious Imperial College of  London in 1955 and noticeably, he has more than 120 patents to his name.

Krishna Bharat

Krishan Bharat who is Principal research Scientist at Google Inc. is responsible for developing Google News which is an automated news aggregation provided by Google Inc where not a single person is involved in the altering of the front page or story promotion unlike to traditional news portal it’s just tweaking the aggregation algorithm which pulled the news all over the web.

Arun Netravali

Arun is an Electrical engineer (IIT-Mumbai) known for pioneering contributions that transformed TV from analog to digital especially the development of HDTV technology at Bell Labs in the 1990s.
         
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His work led to development of a video encoder which today is being used by more than 150 TV channels for their HDTV broadcasts, surprising isn’t it. Arun Netravalu worked for NASA, taught in MIT, worked in Bell Labs as President, Lucent Technologies as Chief scientist.

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