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David Scott keynote from Nth Symposium

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At the Nth Symposium last week, David Scott (Sr VP and GM of HP Storage) gave a keynote that Jeffrey Powers (@Geekazine) captured.   David's keynote focused on the transformation happening at HP Storage.   He focused on our Converged Storage strategy and talked about our common architecture approach that it's driving.  He also talked about the software-defined data center and how we in HP Storage view this. 

 

If you watched Jeffrey's live-stream of our HP Tech Day, you might have saw my presentation that kicked off the event.  I talked about one of the reasons I'm so excited to be a part of HP Storage is I believe we have a winning strategy and David's presentation is a great proof point of that.  Check it out:

 

 

I captured a high quality audio version of David's keynote (I had my Zoom Handy audio recorded plugged into the soundboard) and I'll post that on my podcast in the next couple of days. 

 

Comments
nate | ‎08-09-2013 06:11 PM

I really did like the bit David touched on about how EMC/IBM/NetApp evaluated their architectures for SSD support and realized they couldn't do it with what they had. I obviously knew all of that already but had never really thought of it in that way before.

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