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As the Chief Technologist for HPE’s Enterprise Group in EMEA, David works with the corporate sales teams providing advice, guidance and support to customers. David is able to articulate HPE’s view on how the industry is changing, how HPE is shaping it and how HPE can best aid the customer. David leads the HPE organisation that aids customers through technology advice, demonstration and innovation.
David has 30-years’ experience working for vendors and suppliers in business technology solutions. Prior to joining HPE, he held a diverse range of senior roles working with customers in the Enterprise area.
David was also European Technology Director for mid-range business at IBM and ran the European Technology center of Sequent Computer Systems for their leading UNIX servers, working with customers on benchmarking and proof of concept ideas for high end solution performance work.
He worked at fault tolerant supplier Stratus, a leading mainframe software supplier and gained experience in Pre-Sales, product and project management with Data General at the start of his career.
David holds a B.Sc degree in Computing Science from Aberdeen University in Scotland.
David Chalmers Seminars
The Future of Technology - a world of open, memory-centric computing Thu 6th Oct 11:40 - 12:10
The Future of Technology - a world of open, memory-centric computing
Data centre infrastructure has evolved quickly with converged and more recently hyperconverged systems offering greater control through a software layer. The latest step in this evolution towards a fully 'software-defined' data centre is composable infrastructure. David Chalmers will cover these latest demands and developments and show how the fundamental structure of computers needs to change from processor-centric to memory-centric computing.
“By every indication we are seeing Moore’s Law starting to slow down,” Chalmers said. “Data keeps growing exponentially but the computing power is not keeping up.”
Come and hear about the future of technology – from the data centre to the edge!
Time / Place
Thu 6th Oct 11:40 to 12:10