Team Members

Team Members

ABOUT BOLO NETWORK

BOLO Network, Inc., was founded with a clear vision in mind and with a sole objective to make the data secure. BOLO’s products do just that.  BOLO’s multi-patented Random Byte Shuffling (RBS) and Random Packet Scattering (RPS) technologies support a set of products that protect data at rest and data in motion.

BOLO’s obfuscation algorithms are different from conventional encryption:

  1. It works in real-time without substantial demands on processing and mathematical computation
  2. It offers a virtual infinite level of randomness that cannot be penetrated regardless of the computing power applied.

BOLO is based in Palo Alto, California.

Meet Our Team

Shakeel Bajwa: After earning his Master’s Degree in Physics and a Master’s Degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering, he started his extensive Research and Development career at AT&T Bell Laboratories at Holmdel, New Jersey. The focal point of his research has always been in the field of advanced networking communication and cryptography. He participated in co-authoring Request for Proposals for Internet Engineering Tasks Force. His extensive research experience led contributed to the field of Random Byte Shuffling (RBS) data storage techniques. RBS transforms the digital information into a collection of random number of bytes. A hacker may steal users data files, but the hacker will not be able to extract any information out of the random shuffled bytes.

Dr. Aater Suleman, having a Ph.D. in High Performance Computing has supervised the development efforts and then the successful implementation of BOLO’s Core Technology, “Random Byte Shuffling” (RBS) Technology. He is a Technology Council Contributor for Forbes. Dr. Suleman actively puts his background in technology and experience as a professor at the University of Texas at Austin to work on designing systems for continuous improvement at the world’s leading brand

Dr. Saeed Iqbal holds a Doctor’s Degree in High Performance Computing (HPC) from the University of Texas at Austin.  He led the efforts to optimize the performance of Random Byte Shuffling technology. His interests include, performance modeling and analysis of parallel and distributed architectures.