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ka.aly
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Khaled A.B. Aly is an experienced technical author and research analyst in Information and Communication Technology (ICT). He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical & Computer Engineering from University at Buffalo (SUNY); and more recently a Professional Certificate in Information Design from Carlton University Sprott School of Business. The focus of his published research work has been on high-performance multi-channel switching and parallel computing: access protocols, topology emulation, and performance modeling & analysis. Current interests include reconfigurable hardware acceleration, ICT convergence, IoT evolution, and structured information & process modeling.



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