Mike Singh is a globally respected telecoms, media and technology consultant and an investor in the Indus‐Americas Subsea Cable System (BRICS Cable) which is expected to solve the bandwidth constraints faced by the emerging markets of the Southern Hemisphere via the linkage of Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas.
Mike Singh established Telkom Caribe in 2004. His global leadership roles include responsibility for Latin America, Africa & Asia at AT&T, Tata Communications, Level3 Communications & XO Wholesale now part of Verizon Communications.
In 2000, he joined the Global Digital Divide Initiative during the WEF India Economic Summit as chair of the strategy and policy committee, which established a program to deploy Internet into the most remote corners of the Indian subcontinent via the combined efforts of the Indian IT Sector and major multinational companies like Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Flag Telecom, British Telecom and Dell.
Mike Singh is a member of the Global Advisory Board of The Smart Cities Council, Board Member of Start Up India and Chairman of the IPv6 Council for Latin America & The Caribbean. He is a Distinguished Fellow at The Jindal School of International Affairs.