Dr. Tom Bradicich is Vice President, Hewlett Packard Fellow, and Global Head of Edge and IoT Labs & CoE, at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). He and his team develop and commercialize advanced connectivity, compute, and controls software, with a focus on AI, WiFi, 5G, and converged IT/Operational Technologies (OT). Tom directs the Edge & IoT Center of Excellence (CoE), leading company-wide strategies, venture/M&A assessments, and the HPE Channel-to-Edge Institute channel partner program. Recently Tom was HPE VP and General Manager, leading the global business unit, Servers, Edge & IoT Systems and Software, with P&L, worldwide sales, R&D, and customer experience ownership. In 2018, achieving revenue growth of over $250M, Tom’s business unit was the fastest growing in HPE. He directed the founding of HPE’s three global IoT Innovation Labs for partner and customer collaborations, and led HPE’s first corporate IoT strategy. His teams are noted for exceeding sales quotas, and delivering first-of-a-kind products that greatly enhance customer business outcomes. Tom serves on the Board of Directors of Aspen Technology, a publicly traded AI and OT software company. Beginning his career at IBM, Tom was an IBM Fellow, Vice President, Distinguished Engineer, and Server CTO. Prior to HPE, Tom was a Corporate Fellow and officer at National Instruments, an Operational Technolgies (OT) company.View the profile
About the talk
Dr. Tom Bradicich will review his pioneering “7 Principles of the IoT”, and how he used them to incept Hewlett Packard‘s first corporate IoT strategy, secure investment capital, and launch over 12 SW and HW products expressly designed for the IoT and intelligent edge – creating a new product category. He will discuss real world customer deployments, use cases, and business cases, closing with his vision for the IoT future.
06:04 Edge data sources and their great offerings
13:53 Making the edge intelligent
18:42 Convergence of OT and IT
25:00 The products
40:50 Final thoughts
43:17 Next steps
Thank you, Nancy. I love everyone and thank you for joining. It's just my pleasure to be here to deliver this message. That is somewhat personal, but of course it is highly professional and I hope that it can help you as you have a journey will continue your journey into the IoT in particularly the edge part of the IoT. There's a dimension of emerging here and it's important to have a vocabulary that we all agree so important to have an understanding of the way things or moving from a particular point of views,
but I have intercourse with many of my colleagues have here so that we can eat as Nancy said and also continue to move from principles to products to profits which have been my journey portion, please my remarks here into those three categories is at the edge of a place and it's also not the data center. Why is that profound? Because if we look at the membership and the sponsors the majority of them are from the companies information technology storage or comes companies communication and data centers are a very big part
of the world, but the edges not that and it's interesting to look at the way that once you step outside today to send to your environment meaning of storage in a computer and then that manageability security and that's the trend happening moving out to the edge with this some information technology. I started my career and ID and information technology and IT company spend some time at an IoT operational technology company and use it in the IoT, the Edge is where the things are the T in the IRT. That's
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