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Mohsen Banan is both a skilled engineer and a successful businessman.

Mr. Banan is a software architect and a coder; a tactician and a strategist; a standards politician and a protocol guru; a student of the medium and a leader. He is a recognized expert in the design and implementation of distributed systems, especially message handling systems and mobile data networks. He is particularly well-known for his expertise in data communications, telecommunications and wireless protocols.

As a businessman, Mr. Banan has owned and managed Neda Communications as a successful and profitable company since 1991.

As a result of his visionary work Mr. Banan has accumulated a large body of publications. These include Internet RFCs RFC-2524 and RFC-2188, the monograph Internetwork Mobility (published by Prentice-Hall), and the highly influential industry white papers The WAP Trap and Operation WhiteBerry.

Mr. Banan is also the author of a large body of open-source and free software, most of which is in the form of highly portable and efficient protocol engine implementations. This software is freely available at BySource, Neda's open-source software distribution center.

Mr. Banan holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering (Magna Cum Laude) from Seattle University and an MS degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Washington.

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