AiNET is led by a team of seasoned executives with a keen sense of serving customers and a passion for problem solving, whether they be technical or commercial in nature.
Deepak Jain, Founder and President
Deepak Jain is the Founder and Chief Executive of AiNET. Since founding AiNET in 1993, Mr. Jain has led it through explosive technological and financial performance milestones while maintaining a strong commitment to best-in-class customer service. Described as equal parts vibrant, passionate and dynamic, Mr. Jain’s management style emphasizes individual thought leadership and ground-up problem solving. His energy has infused AiNET’s unique performance-based culture. In the year 2000, he won the prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year award for his work with AiNET.
Mr. Jain and the AiNET team are committed to farsighted solutions to the challenges facing enterprises and government at all levels. Today, these include the areas of security, storage, energy efficiency and paradigm-shifting cloud computing. An innovator and holder of U.S Patent 7,962,772 for a solution to a power problem afflicting critical power installations worldwide, Mr. Jain is the author of over a dozen pending domestic and international patents in the areas of power systems reliability, data center efficiency and green energy. With over 12 issued to his name and 90 patents pending worldwide Mr. Jain has worked to solve challenges throughout the electrical engineering, data center, mechanical engineering and telecommunications area.
A Maryland native, Mr. Jain received his bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology from Johns Hopkins University. Before founding AiNET, he was a senior Internet consultant for Verizon’s Advanced Research Group and worked in Information Systems Security and Information Assurance (COMSEC/INFOSEC/SFA) analysis for the National Security Agency.
Om Bansal, Vice President, Federal & Public Sector
Om Bansal’s experience of more than 30 years spans sales and financial management. He is particularly adept at Project and Program Development in government and corporate settings. At AiNET, Mr. Bansal leads Federal & Public sector programs with a special focus in the DoD/IC communities. Mr. Bansal has developed and implemented technical policies and procedures at all levels to promote business growth and success. He has taught various courses at the university level, including Systems Design and Analysis. Mr. Bansal has an MBA in Management Information Systems from McGill University and an MS in Physics from St. Francis Xavier University.
George Tully, Vice President, Carriers and International
With more than 25 years of successful telecommunications and data center experience, George Tully joined AiNET in 2011. Following many successful years with Sprint, Mr. Tully joined the Latin America/Caribbean group of UUNET’s International Department in 1995. There he managed the deployment of the UUNET backbone and associated sales and services of IP, voice, and telecommunications. Under his leadership, annual revenues climbed from inception to more than $6 billion over a 10 year period. In 2005 Mr. Tully joined the Carlyle group as Sales Vice President and was responsible for the inauguration and opening of the Miami Exchange Data Center and colocation facilities at 1275 K Street, NW in Washington, DC. Mr. Tully received a BA degree from the School of International Service at American University with a minor in Economics. Mr. Tully can be contacted at George.Tully@ai.net or +1 443 542 8235.
Tony Mack, Vice President, Fiber Implementation
Tony Mack joined AiNET in 2010 and brings over 30 years experience engineering and constructing Outside Plant networks for private industry and government clients. Mr. Mack directs the company’s dark and lit fiber deployment services, access agreements, and GIS initiatives. He has held management positions within The Bell System and several industry consulting firms. Mr. Mack and his teams played key roles in the deployment of hundreds of miles of fiber optic rings for aerial, underground and mass-transit tunnel installations. Always a pioneer, Mr. Mack is in charge of identifying new deployment technologies like micro-trenching and ground-penetrating radar. Leading companies such as New Jersey Bell, Level 3 Communications, Qwest Communications, Verizon Business, Verizon Wireless, Reliance Globalcom, and many others have benefited from his vast experiences. He holds a BS in Engineering from Drexel University.