Aby Alexander


Aby Alexander co-founded eXstream Solutions in 1999 following a successful career at PictureTel. As president and chief technology officer, he is responsible for managing the overall technology of the company including the development of video-based platforms, Open Learn, Digital Content Communicator (DCC), and key technology partnerships with other streaming technologies.

Prior to founding eXstream, Mr. Alexander held senior management positions at PictureTel Corporation. During his tenure at PictureTel, and with its support, he founded Computer Solutions, a provider of corporate Internet and intranet services for companies including GE Capital and Fidelity Investments. At PictureTel, he was responsible for initiatives to migrate the company's legacy video conferencing business online. He was the designer and architect of the company's eVideo Portal project, an online environment where users can launch ISDN video conferencing calls to an IP-based video call and stream it live to multiple target audiences.


  • MBA, New Hampshire College, Manchester, NH


  • Member, Buck Advisory Council, The Buck Institute for Research on Aging
  • Board of Governors, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences – New England Chapter, 2011 -2013
  • Trustee Board Member, Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH, 2011 – 2013
  • Board Member, E&H Foundation (providing healthcare and education to underprivileged children in India)
  • Technology Advisory Team for Museum of Science to collaborate on Museum 2.0 - 2004
  • Educational Trustee for Museum of Fine Arts, 2007 - 2008
  • Founding Member, International Council Board, Belfer Center, J.F.K. School of Government, Harvard University, 2000 - 2007
  • Member, Dean's International Council, Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago,  2004 – present
  • Board Member, Massachusetts General Hospital, Ladders Clinic, Autism Clinic of MGH, 2001 – 2006
  • Executive Committee for India Initiative, University of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy
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