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VP & GM, Education & Healthcare, Meru Networks
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As Vice President and General Manager of Meru's education and healthcare business units, Sarosh Vesuna is responsible for the overall revenue, strategy, and go-to-market direction. Prior to joining Meru, he held executive roles at Motorola and Symbol Technologies. He co-authored the IEEE 802.11 WLAN protocol and co-founded the Wi-Fi Alliance, where he served on the Board of Directors. Vesuna has an MSEE from The Pennsylvania State University, has completed executive education from MIT Sloan and the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and holds 10 US patents.

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