Tomás Lynch holds a degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina and a master's degree in Engineering Management from Florida International University, USA. From 1997 to 2010, he worked at Impsat / Global Crossing (now Century Link) in various positions involving operations, engineering and architecture for the development of the company's IP / MPLS backbone in Latin America. During this period, he was involved in the architecture and evolution of the Internet and Internet2 in the region, from the early satellite links to the current submarine cables. Then, from 2010 to 2016, he served as Solution Architect at Ericsson, where he developed solutions for the region's major operators, including customer access to fixed and mobile IP/MPLS networks. Since 2016, Tomás Lynch works at Telmex USA as International Product Manager, developing products related to IP, MPLS, SDN and NFV for the multinational segment in the Latin American region. He consistently participates in LACNIC/LACNOG meetings since 2010 and has been a member of the LACNOG program committee since 2014. His interests include Internet development and governance as well as the protocols that support its operation, particularly IPv6.
Telmex USA (Argentina)
Tomás has been actively engaged in Internet development for 20 years. Throughout his distinguished career, he has always supported the evolution and improvement of the use of the Internet and its resources in the LACNIC region. For the past seven years, he has attended LACNIC and LACNOG meetings and this has allowed him to broaden his knowledge of the main actors involved in the LACNIC region in particular and those involved at global level (ICANN, ISOC, IETF, ARIN, RIPE etc.). His technical and political knowledge of the Internet in Latin America makes Tomás a valuable candidate for the LACNIC's Board, where he will be able to contribute more closely to the decisions that shape the future of our IP networks.