|Alguien dijo ...|
|Profundizar en el conocimiento científico es una de las mejores vías para lograr plenitud y libertad.|
Pilar Alvarez Pellicero(1944).
|Dell Senior Vice President Jeff Clarke to Deliver Keynote at National
Instruments NIWeek 2005|
Jeff Clarke, senior vice president, Dell, Inc., will deliver the
closing keynote address to more than 2,000 attendees at National Instruments NIWeek 2005.
Scheduled to take place
at 9 a.m. on Thursday, August 18, at the Austin Convention Center, Clarke’s keynote will address the role of
industry standards in the evolution of enterprise computing. Drawing on his more than 18 years of experience at
Dell, Clarke, an electrical engineer by training, will discuss how standards-based innovation impacts the industry
and how this innovation can be used to address real customer requirements.
“We are pleased to
welcome Dell’s Jeff Clarke as guest speaker at NIWeek this year,” said John Graff, NI vice president of marketing
and customer operations. “Dell is an industry leader with a long history of innovation, and Clarke’s vision of the
future of technology will illustrate to the NIWeek audience how open standard-based computing will continue to drive
Clarke serves as senior vice president of the Dell Product Group. He is
responsible for Dell’s strategic technology direction, as well as the worldwide development, marketing, quality and
delivery into manufacturing of all Dell workstations, servers, and networking and storage systems. Clarke joined
Dell in 1987 as a quality engineer and has served in a variety of engineering and management roles. He moved into
product development in 1989 and was promoted to director of desktop development in 1995. In 1997, Clarke was
responsible for launching Dell’s Precision workstation product line, which attained the No. 1 worldwide market share
position under his leadership. Prior to this, Clarke was vice president and general manager of the Relationship
Product Group, which includes the OptiPlex, Latitude and Precision business lines. Under his leadership, all three
businesses achieved the No. 1 worldwide position in their respective markets. Clarke received a bachelor's degree
in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Viernes, 29 Julio, 2005 - 05:01