Mr. Tareq Amin

Senior Vice President, Technology Development and Automation, Reliance Jio

Mr. Tareq Amin serves as Senior Vice President of Technology Development and Automation for Reliance Jio. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Technology Development and Automation organization, including innovation, development and operations. This organization leads software development, systems engineering, next-generation access networks, technical operations, and R&D.

Under his leadership, he drove end-to-end network design and deployment to meet coverage, capacity, and performance needs of India’s largest green field LTE TDD network, supporting industry leading data connectivity and innovative services such as VoLTE/HD Voice and eMBMS. Today the company is delivering product innovation faster than ever before.

His passion for technology and in-depth knowledge of industry trends in networks, products, and devices led to the timely executions of strategic organizational initiatives. These initiatives included emerging technologies such as Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), IoT, SON, CEM, Big Data Analytics, Converged LTE/WiFi Packet Core and Small Cells.

Prior to joining Reliance Jio in 2013, Tareq served as Vice President of Carrier Solutions for Huawei, where he led the company’s strategy for all major technologies and solution innovations. Having also served As Senior Director of National Planning & Performance at T-Mobile, Tareq managed all budget allocation of capacity, performance, and software development related expenditures across USA markets. Over the years, he has successfully led large and small organizations through business transformations with innovation and automation as driving factors. He has over 18 years in the telecommunications industry with extensive experience in LTE-FD, LTE-TD, Small Cells, VoLTE, Spectrum Management, WiFi, SON, Smart Antennas, HetNet Cloud and NFV Core, WiMAX, and CDMA.

Tareq serves as a Board Member of the Small Cell Forum, which strives for wide-scale adoption of small cells and the acceleration in the delivery of integrated HetNets.

A graduate of Portland State University in Oregon with a degree in Electrical Engineering and Physics