Dr. Brewer focuses on all aspects of Internet-based systems, including technology, strategy, and government. His current focus is (high) technology for developing regions, with projects in India, Ghana, and Uganda among others, and including communications, health care, education, and e-government. In 1996, he co-founded Inktomi Corporation and helped lead it onto the NASDAQ 100 before it was bought by Yahoo! in March 2003. Working with President Clinton, Dr. Brewer helped to create USA.gov, the official portal of the Federal government. He was recently elected to the National Academy of Engineering for leading the development of scalable servers (early cloud computing), and also received the ACM Infosys Foundation Award for 2009. The World Economic Forum named him a “Global Leader for Tomorrow”. He is currently Vice President of Infrastructure at Google and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at University of California – Berkeley. He supported Gram Power since its inception and continues to play an active role in advising Gram Power in its next generation of technology development.