Larry joined Google in 2005 and is responsible for a number of product, policy, and strategic investment activities promoting Internet access. He is currently leading Google’s Project Link, which brings shared infrastructure broadband networks to emerging markets. He has also worked on satellite broadband and sits on the board of O3b Networks, which is bringing fiber-like speeds from satellite to the globe. Larry is active in spectrum policy initiatives and currently is co-chair of the U.S. National Telecommunication and Information Agency’s Commerce Spectrum Management Advisory Committee. During his Google tenure, Larry has been involved with a number of projects, including municipal Wi-Fi networks, our Fiber to the Home initiative, and our TV whitespace database that has since been certified by the FCC. Prior to joining Google, he spent 10 years at ArrayComm, including as VP of Technology Development. Larry has a PhD in Engineering from Stanford University in control theory and bachelor’s degree in engineering from UCLA.