We are deeply saddened and heartbroken by this devastating news of the death of Indian American technology pioneer Umang Gupta. The whole world is devastated after this unfortunate news. At the time of his death he was 73 years old. This tragic incident happened on Tuesday, April 19, 2022. The news of his unexpected death circulated all over the internet and all his followers mourn him. This unpleasant news was confirmed by many important sources and spread like wildfire around the world in a very short time. Learn about the cause of Umang Gupta’s death.
According to the latest reports, the respected personality has been diagnosed with bladder cancer in the past two years. But even after this long struggle, the dreaded disease claimed Umang’s life. He died peacefully at his home surrounded by his beloved family members. News of his death is also confirmed by his household. All his family members are devastated and mourn the death of their patriarch. As we mentioned earlier that the news went viral on social media, some of the immensely important sources are expressing their sadness.
Who was Umang Gupta?
Umang Gupta was known in Silicon Valley for his never-sag attitude. If we talk more about him, he has always been credited as the first Indian to found a NASDAQ listed software company in 1993. He was the man who paved the way for many aspirants to join these software companies. His company, registered as Gupta Technologies, later grew to become the forerunner of the famous Silicon Valley technology boom, spearheaded by a few Indian-American CEOs. As we have mentioned many times before, he was a notable figure in the world of technology.
His innovation and way of running the company was simply outstanding, taking the company to further heights of success. It is still considered one of the most successful companies. Over time, he earned the title of Silicon Pioneer by making one of the most reputable companies, IIT (Indian Institute of Technology), a key brand in the US world.
He was also an Indian-American entrepreneur credited with writing the first business plan for Oracle Corporation in California’s Silicon Valley. But now it is the end of a legendary era of Umang Gupta. Our hearts go out to his household. May his soul rest in peace. Stay tuned to Social Telecast for more updates.