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Tom Bradicich
Vice President, Hewlett Packard Fellow, and Global Head of Edge and IoT Labs & CoE at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
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Tom Bradicich
Vice President, Hewlett Packard Fellow, and Global Head of Edge and IoT Labs & CoE at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
Mirko Graebel
Senior Manager, Technical Marketing - IoT at Cisco
Jason Mann
Vice President, Internet of Things (IoT) at SAS
Chris Sullivan
Global Healthcare Practice Lead at Zebra Technologies
Mac Devine
IBM Executive for MIT at IBM

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.

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Mirko Graebel joined Cisco in 2008 and went through the Cisco Sales Associates Program (CSAP). Afterwards he joined the Customer Proof of Concept (CPOC) lab in London where he build Enterprise and Service Provider Networks with a focus on Routing & Switching and Compute. During his time in CPOC he also got his CCIE in Routing and Switching. After 4 years in CPOC he joined the Enterprise Routing Business Unit in San Jose as Technical Marketing Engineer (TME). He first became the lead TME for the ISR800 series and later on worked more on the ISR4k and the UCS E-Series compute modules. In 2018 Mirko joined the Internet of Things (IoT) Software Team as TME Manager, running various different industrial product lines including Routing, Network Management, Security and Edge Compute.

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Jason Mann is responsible for growing IoT revenue and providing global focus, strategic direction and alignment across the SAS IoT analytics portfolio. He oversees the research and development, product management and marketing, and execution of the sell-through strategy across the portfolio. “My job is to empower R&D teams to innovate and create the forward-looking solutions that enable customers to seize the opportunity inherent in IoT, solve specific business challenges and capitalize on the insights mined from the data,” said Mann. Prior to his current position, Mann served as Director of Product Management for Industry Solutions and the Internet of Things where he set the strategic IoT direction for SAS. He was also responsible for product management of the manufacturing and supply chain, retail, energy, and health and life sciences industry solutions. Prior to that, he served as Manufacturing Industry Strategist where he led the internal and external positioning of SAS’ distinctive competence and value to the manufacturing industry. Before joining SAS in 2003, Mann worked at Nortel Networks for 10 years where he led the multiyear design and implementation of global manufacturing operations and order management systems. Mann received a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from North Carolina State University.

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Chris Sullivan is the Global Healthcare Practice Lead for Zebra Technologies. With an acute understanding of the needs of patients and their caregivers coupled with robust technical knowledge of healthcare operations, Chris balances the personal and professional needs of the industry to create an inspirational point of view on healthcare technology. He is an advocate for the role technology plays in improving the quality, safety, and efficiency of patient care, and for the value of learning from best practices from around the world to improve healthcare globally.

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Mac Devine has 29 years of experience at IBM. During his career, he has held a wide variety of technical and business leadership roles including Chief Architect for mainframe software, Lead Solutions Architect for Networking Services, Director for Linux Development, Chief Strategy Office for IBM Cloud and currently is the VP and CTO for the Cloud Native Center of Competency for Watson Cloud Division. Mac is an accomplished speaker and author on a wide variety of topics but is most noted for his expertise in Cloud Computing and the Internet of Things. In 2006, Mac gained the designation of IBM Master Inventor and in 2009 he was appointed to IBM’s prestigious Academy of Technology. In 2016, Mac gained IBM’s highest technical recognition with his appointment as IBM Fellow.

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Topic: IoT

Two dynamics at play today are the growth of the Edge/IoT, and, as-a-Service (aaS) consumption-based models. “Things” (the “T” in IoT) are becoming smarter, more efficacious, and better connected, resulting in a growing reliance on the edge – the “third place” which complements the on premises data center, and remote cloud. Current and future edge and IoT infrastructure deployments may benefit from aaS consumption models that are similar to the cloud. Bringing the cloud experience to the edge exposes several challenges not seen in the data center or cloud — such as remote systems management, limited connectivity, and cloud unfriendly edge apps. The panel will discuss these challenges, overcoming them as a prerequisite for Edge/IoT aaS, and offer expert perspectives on the future of Edge/IoT aaS.

00:10 Intro

04:48 Cloud experience

08:00 Space technology

12:27 Industries to benefit the most

17:15 Operational technology

20:54 Real-time

25:56 Customer challenges

32:00 Top challenges

37:05 Challenges in terms of the expertise

40:40 Predictions for the Edge

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Are the SAS company? You know, I'm dr. Goodnight started SAS a great state of North Carolina the Tarheel State home of NASCAR racing and the slim. Jim, which is a you may not know what that is, but it's an American beef snack as well. We have of course the great company Cisco having a dominant a presence in networking. We have zebra a smaller company coming up with some Innovative technology. Have you noticed a lot of the Innovation comes from the smaller companies? And of course, I'm a former company of mine IBM and mac and I was with the same room all introduce themselves as

we start our panel discussion. So inviting you to join turn on your videos. So the audience can see you and will I get into the subject of the overarching subject is as a service at the edge in the eye of Jade, but Jason. Just say a few words about who you are and your and your company but make it brief and it will move on. All right, we'll do it so I can say thank you for the invitation. Certainly. The first time I've ever been introduced or SAS has been introduced behind slim. Jim. So I thank you for that unique opportunity. I

will global division focused on integrating analytics into the distributor environment that is a premise Cloud II into the edge and being able to translate some of those capabilities into the outcomes that that moves the apis for customers. Thanks workout. Please yes, we can. Thank you and good morning. I'm going to be here in the Iowa to division and here I believe the technical marketing team in our 80 team specially around Edge Computing. And yeah, we we try to change the way we work with a industrial networking

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