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Introducing Two New UCS Bloggers

April 7, 2011 - 0 Comments

In the past week or so, I’ve introduced you to a few of my teammates, and I’m pleased that two of them have decided to share their experience and wisdom in this forum.  They bring different backgrounds and perspectives to the UCS topic, and I think you’ll enjoy the variety.

Girish Kulkarni has made guest appearances in some of my blogs to talk about our benchmark records. Soon you’ll be hearing a lot more from him about how UCS supports major application workloads of all types. He’s spent time with a number of major industry players (Tandem/Compaq/HP, Siemens, and more), heavily focused on building out integrated solutions with application partners such as Oracle, Microsoft and SAP.

Tim Stack made his blog debut yesterday, and will be talking more in coming weeks about our new platforms, their capabilities, and opportunities for RISC migration and other forms of architectural evolution. Tim has over 20 years experience in product marketing and engineering across both the server and semiconductor capital equipment markets, with the past 10 years focused on entry and mid-range servers at Sun and IBM.

Please welcome them to the UCS blogosphere!

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