Samsung Memory Solutions CIO Forum 2012, USNov. 1. 2012 ~ Nov. 1. 2012 The Fairmont, San Jose, CA
Attend the Second Annual Samsung CIO Technology Forum!
In today’s IT environments, spurring new enterprise growth, attracting and retaining customers and reducing enterprise costs are the top three business priorities for many companies. Combining these concerns with the critical priorities of identifying useful business intelligence, and sorting through cloud, virtualization and mobile technologies adds to the challenges facing today’s IT environment. Additionally, governmental policies can play an important role in the decisions we make regarding our IT infrastructure. Embracing solutions to these challenges, the CIO Forum will help determine key strategies that can drive greater business value in the enterprise, leading to distinct competitive advantages.
Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. and industry luminaries will discuss which innovative and energy efficient technologies may prove to be key building blocks for tomorrow’s data center deployment. This invitation-only intensive one day forum will take a close look at how to address escalating data center energy costs through widespread use of technologies such as cloud computing, virtualization, and green memory and storage.
The event, which features senior-level speakers from industry-leading organizations and government, will explore how implementing a green technology ecosystem can help you reduce power consumption and save space, while improving overall performance and reducing your data center carbon footprint.
Additional event activities include:
Peer-to-peer networking & collaboration opportunities
Detailed discussions about proven best practices
Lunch and a reception at the elegant Fairmont Hotel.
Make this the one event you rearrange your schedule to attend. Request to attend today!
|12:30 PM||Master of Ceremonies||Carl Guardino, President & CEO
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
|12:40 PM||Speaker||Charlie Bae, President
Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.
|Welcome to CIO Forum 2012|
|12:45 PM||Speaker||Chuck Reed, Mayor
|Supporting the Clean Tech Revolution|
|1:00 PM||Opening Address||Jim Elliott, VP of Memory Marketing
Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.
|How SSDs are Improving the Efficiency of the Data Center|
|1:30 PM||Keynote||Dileep Bhandarkar, Ph.D., Chief Architect,
|Energy Efficiency Considerations in Large Data Centers|
Joseph Unsworth, Research V.P.,
NAND Flash & SSDs, Gartner
Scott Dietzen, CEO, Pure Storage
Chris Featherstone, CTO, V3
Dileep Bhandarkar, Ph. D., Chief Architect, Microsoft
Vijay Sammeta, CIO, City of San Jose
Steve Weinger, Director, NAND Flash Marketing, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.
|The Disruptive Use of Solid State Drives in the Enterprise|
|2:45 PM||Break||Networking Break|
|3:00 PM||Keynote||Norm Fjeldheim, CIO & SVP, Qualcomm, Inc.||Evolution of Qualcomm's Data Center Strategy|
Mario Morales, VP,
Semiconductors Research Program, IDC
Jason Taylor, Director of Capacity Engineering and Analysis, Facebook
Ian Ferguson, Director of Server Sytems & Ecosystem, ARM
Billy Bosworth, CEO, DataStax
Sylvie Kadivar Ph.D., Director Strategic DRAM Marketing, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.
|How Will Big Data Disrupt the Technology Ecosystem of the Public Cloud|
|4:15 PM||Keynote||Jonathan Koomey, Ph.D., Research Fellow
Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy & Finance, Stanford University
|Rough Seas Ahead for ‘In-house’ Data Centers|