Dr. Jai joined Delta Electronics in April 2010. He is responsible for improving, integrating, and extending Delta’s power, cooling, and IT technologies into a complete product line targeted at the cloud computing market.
Prior to joining Delta, Dr. Jai worked for Google for seven years, during which time he served as the chief architect of server platforms in the Mountain View office, engineering manager in the Taipei office, and on data center R&D in the Mountain View office. He is known for designing Google’s energy-efficient servers and power supply schemes, as well as the built-in UPS architecture for servers.
Before Google, Dr. Jai worked in Bell Labs as a researcher for four years, and as an independent hardware/software consultant for fifteen years before that. He has extensive experience in software engineering, object-oriented programming, parallel and distributed computing, networking, computer architecture, electrical engineering, as well as cloud computing.
Dr. Jai received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from New York University in 1999, and his B.S. in Mathematics from National Taiwan University in 1987. He was the first student to ever skip a grade in Taiwan, and was among the first group of students to have bypassed the Unified College Entrance Exam to go to college with full scholarship.