Bahram Mahbod is currently a Vice President at Oracle Corporation in charge of the e-Services Platform Division, responsible for transforming Oracle’s family of products into the platform of choice for application development and deployment and developing standard configurations for large-scale deployment of enterprise computing infrastructure.
Prior to his current position Dr. Mahbod was the Vice President of Server Technologies at Oracle subsidiary Network Computer, Inc. (now Liberate Technologies, Inc.), where he built the server engineering organization which developed the highly scalable and reliable server infrastructure for network computing and introduced a number of novel concepts in large scale networks.
Since 1989, when he joined Oracle Corporation, Dr. Mahbod has held various senior technical and management positions at Oracle Corporation and has made substantial contributions both technically to the flagship product as well as developing joint partnerships with major financial and banking institutions for ambitious projects aimed at running operations more efficiently.
Prior to joining Oracle Dr. Mahbod was a member of the technical staff at Hewlett Packard Laboratories engaged in research for the corporation. He was a member of the team which developed IRIS, the first prototype of an object-oriented database. He was also involved in building the foundation of network management at HP Labs.
Dr. Mahbod is on the board or advisory board of a number of companies in Silicon Valley and on the East Coast, as well as seed level venture funds. He has been involved in various conferences and academic activities, and is a former member of the organizing committee of COMPCON. He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of California.