Subpage Hero


Sanjay Kaul

Sanjay Kaul

President of Asia Pacific & Japan, Service Provider Business, Cisco
Sanjay Kaul is currently serving as President of Asia Pacific & Japan, Service Provider Business. Prior to joining Cisco he was EVP & CU Head at Ericsson. Sanjay has held a number of global leadership roles including being the Global VP & GM for the Service Layer business at the Ericsson headquarters in Sweden. Sanjay is an ICT professional with over 28 years of experience in multi-national environments across Europe, Asia Pacific, Japan and Africa. He has worked with several prestigious multinational companies in the ICT industry like BT Group, Telia Swedtel, Ericsson and Cisco. He has provided strategic advice to Telcos on topics including Mobile, Wireline, Broadcasting, Web, Media Players, ISP’s, as well as policy-makers on various strategic, technology and operational issues in a management consulting capacity. Sanjay is a highly respected industry leader and a true global citizen, who has proven his leadership abilities in various environments. One of his legacy achievements across all his roles is his ability to identify, cultivate and nurture future leaders, equipping them with the skillset required to excel in this fast-paced ICT industry. Sanjay is a passionate proponent of true inclusion and diversity in the workplace. He served as a Board member in GSMA representing Ericsson from 2010-12. He is serving on the Boards of GX Group, Netherlands, AUW Hong Kong, Board Chair for AUW Singapore. He is advising a few start-ups and has founded MKF, a non-profit organization focused on Girl education. He has also authored a book published by Wiley’s titled “Business Models for Sustainable Telecoms Growth”. Sanjay is alumni of National Institute of Technology, Durgapur, India and Harvard Business School, USA respectively


Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors



News Distribution Partner

Event Partners

Media Partners

Media Partners

Held In

Supported By

Subscribe to Our Newsletter