Posted on May 3, 2007
Filed Under >Owais Mughal, Education, Pakistanis Abroad
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63 responses to “NED to NASDAQ: A success story of Pakistani diaspora”

  1. saad says:

    iam really proud to hear that nedians are doing a great job all over the world , but iam really concerned about the market here in Pakistan , people doing such a great job abroad must try to divert the market here in Pakistan, so that engineers here must not have to go abroad and do the same thing, instead companies like these should pick up good students from here and make them work here. in this way not only students will be benefitted but also new tehnology will be introduced at a much low cost.

  2. Owais Mughal says:

    I was reading ‘Electronic Design’ magazine of Feb 09 when I came across this paragraph in an article on Home Networking. I was happily surprised to see Cavium Networks (and thus indirectly the NED talent :)) mentioned there in following words:

    “Celeno and Cavium Networks collaborated on a solution that transmits 1080p 60-Hz HDMI over Wi-Fi. Celeno’s CL3100 802.11n chip uses 4×4 MIMO to maximize speed and range. It works with the Cavium CNW3602 PureVu video processor, an H.264 compression chip, to deliver 480p/720p/1080p at 60 Hz over long distances, achieving sub-frame latency and perceptual lossless video quality.”

  3. Awais says:

    their website is
    they fabricate the dispensers which were previously imported into pakistan for installation at CNG stations. They fabricate gas and electrical control devices and export them. They came from the mechanical engineering department of UET Taxila, as told by our teachers