AT&T Fellow, Lead Network Architect. Larry is responsible for designing AT&T Network Services including the global internet backbone, core, edge, business and residential networks. His innovations in the universal CPE Whitebox, virtual network functions, and VNF service chaining laid the foundation for transforming the networking industry from requiring hardware network appliances to virtual software applications. In his forward-looking research, Larry is focusing on: Edge computing, IOT, computer vision, 5G, AR, VR, MR, Metaverse, blockchain, NFT and web3.0.
Larry was founder and CTO of a leading global B2B marketplace BusyTrade.com (a 500 people company with 100 developers). It was the second largest B2B company next to Alibaba. Larry worked at Bloomberg LLC as the key Infrastructure Architect. He was a chief designer for Bloomberg Frame Relay network and he led the project to migrate Bloomberg terminal network from Frame Relay to IP network. He was awarded the honor of becoming the 66th AT&T Fellow in all 140 years, of AT&T history.
PhD Candidate, Materials Science and Engineering, Rutgers University.