General Manager, Google Fiber
Kevin Lo is the General Manager of Google Fiber. On a day-to-day basis, Kevin manages the operations of Google's wireline and wireless access business. This includes operations for the Gigabit Google Fiber to-the-home network, which is currently being built for the first time in Kansas City, KS and Kansas City, MO.
Before joining Google, Mr. Lo was the COO of M2Z Networks, Inc., a telecom service provider working to deploy a wireless broadband service that could compete with fixed-line cable and DSL.
Previously, Mr. Lo was the founder and CEO of two software companies, one acquired by IBM in 2006 and the other acquired by Progress Software in 2000. In between those ventures, he was CFO and COO of NaviSite where he led the successful turnaround of the managed telecom services company and the stock price from $0.80/share to over $8.00 at the end of his tenure.
Prior to that, Mr. Lo was a strategy consultant at Bain & Co. and got his start in software programming as a research assistant at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Mr. Lo received his AB from Harvard University where he was also a Harvard National Scholar. Mr. Lo is board member of several technology companies; he has an active interest in technology-in-education initiatives and is also an avid triathlete.
- State of the Net Conference 2013 January 22, 2013
Biography last updated January 18, 2013