Rangu Salgame co-founded Princeton Digital Group (PDG), a leading investor, developer and operator of internet infrastructure, and serves as its Chairman & CEO.
Rangu was previously CEO, Growth Ventures and Service Provider Group at Tata Communications, part of the USD100 Billion Tata Group, running a diverse portfolio of global businesses with customers in over 100 countries.
Recognized as a transformative growth leader, Rangu made market changing impact while at Tata Communications, Cisco Systems and Verizon Communications. Through organic growth, investments and M&A, he built businesses to multi-billion dollar scale and turned company portfolios into high value outcomes. He has partnered with government and business leaders across diverse cultural environments in over 30 countries such as China, India, Brazil, Middle East as well as the US, Europe and Japan.
Rangu is a member of the Foreign Policy Leadership Council at The Brookings Institution. He serves on the boards of BCIU and TrickleUp, a global trade policy organization and a non-profit development organization respectively. Rangu holds an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Princeton Digital Group (PDG) is a Warburg Pincus-backed investor, developer, and operator of internet infrastructure. Our portfolio of data centers powers the expansion of hyperscalers and enterprises in the world’s fastest-growing digital economies. Our agility, speed and unmatched experience in scaling global internet infrastructure provide our partners and customers immediate access to growth opportunities across Asia. For more information please visit www.princetondg.com.