For Immediate Release
FatPipe Networks' CTO is a Recipient of the 2009 YWCA's Outstanding Achievement Award in the Area of Business and Industry
Sep 23, 2009
FatPipe Networks™, the inventor and multiple patents holder of WAN optimization, redundancy and security products, announced today that Sanchaita Datta, Chief Technology Officer, Vice President of Engineering and Co-Founder is an award recipient of the 2009 YWCA's Outstanding Achievement Award in the category of Business and Industry. Datta was one of five women in the state to receive the distinguished award.
Datta accepted the award at the YWCA's 2009 21st Annual "LeaderLuncheon" at the Grand America Hotel on Friday, September 18, 2009, attended by approximately 1000 people.
"We are proud to honor Sanchaita for her outstanding accomplishments in the field of business and industry, and for her commitment to strengthening the lives of women and girls here and abroad," said Anne Burkholder, chief executive officer of the YWCA Salt Lake City.
Datta is an innovator of technology and a leading business woman in the field of engineering. Datta and her husband, Chief Executive Officer Ragula Bhaskar, Ph.D., are the co-founders of technology firm, FatPipe Networks. FatPipe invented router-clustering technology, which provides a solution for companies that require stable, reliable Internet or other Wide Area Networks (WAN) connections for the deployment of mission critical web applications for business. Datta and Bhaskar own seven patents to date, and more patents are pending. With Sanch at the helm of FatPipe's Engineering Department, the company has enjoyed solid growth with offices in the United States and abroad. The Award acknowledges Datta's notable and continued success.
Datta has been recognized by her peers, with other accolades to her credit. This includes being the first recipient of the 2008 Women Tech Awards, winning the coveted Technology Innovator Award, presented by Utah's Women Tech Council and the MWCN. She was a recipient of Connect Magazine's 2006 Reader's Choice Award, "25 People Who Most Influenced Business in Utah." Datta was also selected as one of Utah's top female executives by Utah Business magazine and being listed in the 30 Women to Watch, and she was awarded the Woman Innovator Award by the Salt Lake Area Chamber of Commerce in 2001. She was also one of the first voting members of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Standards Committees for 100 mbits/s technology and wireless LANs.
About FatPipe Networks
FatPipe Networks is the inventor and multiple patents holder (8 patents and 168 claims) of technology that provides the highest levels Internet/Wide Area Network (WAN) reliability, fault tolerance, redundancy, security and acceleration. FatPipe's line of products cover an array of features and benefits for companies that run mission critical Internet/WAN applications over any type of network infrastructure, including Data Centers and Disaster Recovery sites. Customer benefits include up to seven-nines WAN redundancy, reliability, and speed; dynamic load balancing, Quality of Service (QoS), and additional security; as well as data compression, and IPSec capabilities.
FatPipe is the creator of WAN redundancy technology. FatPipe's router-clustering technology enables companies to automatically and dynamically failover a downed data line connection due to a WAN component or service failure, thus achieving business continuity. FatPipe technology also supports companies by giving them the tools to optimize their network using QoS, data compression, policy routing, and additional security.
FatPipe's core patented and patent-pending technology provides methods that enable high-speed data transfer through multiple lines, multiple ISPs, and backbones over the Internet or other WANs with seamless re-assembly of data streams. FatPipe holds eight patents for its security feature, MPSec, and for its Redundant Array of Independent Lines (RAIL) technology, which aggregates data lines over multiple ISPs and backbones without BGP programming
About the YWCA OAA
The YWCA accepted nominations for the OAA awards. A committee including 2008 YWCA OAA winners, one YWCA board member and one YWCA staff member selected the five award recipients for 2009. This year's categories were: Government/Public Service (Judy Kasten Bell), Education (Ann Millner), Health/Human Services (Elaine M. Pace), Science/Technology/
Environment (Marjorie A. Chan), and Business/Industry. Go to the YWCA of Utah's website or contact Beth Ehrhardt, Chief Development Officer, for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org 801.537.8614.
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