C.S. Sunder Raju
In 1981, Sunder established Sunray Computers,India's first Unix-based company,immediately after graduating from University of California.Though his family denizing in construction business
Not one to rest on accolades with unquenchable thirst sunder is zealously cooking up a disruptive thermal technology that will substitute the expensive batteries with ther mal power that would be available round the clock unlike wind mills.
Being a philan thropist who also donates his time as the Secretary of Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association, Sunder spent his weekends for government schools, donating kits and training teachers for adopting tennis. Commiserating with these multi-grade-single-teacher schools, he endeavoured to support them by bringing additional teachers through NGO systems and delivering interactive curriculum through cable television. Striving to solve this underlying social problem in 2002 is what gave birth to his version 2.0 - ACT. The company that
Not one to rest on accolades, with unquenchable thirst he is zealously cooking up a disruptive thermal technology that will substitute the expensive batteries with thermal power that would be available round-the-clock, unlike wind mills or solar. "If you are passionate about something, be it introducing technology, solving societal problems or keeping your body healthy, 14 hours a day is more than enough," asserts Sunder. He feels that one must understand their weakness and complement it with people, who have that as their strength, just as he has cemented his foible - procrastination, by surrounding himself with well-organized people. On the flip side, Sunder has a gift for painting a broad brushed canvas, i.e., envisioning a generic model that would solve a problem by integrating the right technology at right space.
Sunder finds Elon Musk inspiring, as Elon has valiantly opened up new markets and solved real problems. This street food aficionado spends half a Sunday on the tennis court. Sunder loves to explore new places like Switzerland, where nature is bountiful, though he never gets bored of the energy of San Francisco & Hong Kong, no matter how many times he visits.