See You Soon at Edge Computing Expo
The AECC is heading to the Golden State! On May 17, Roger Berg, AECC Board Officer, and Vice President of DENSO’s North American Research and Development Group, will speak on a panel at the Edge Computing Expo, the leading event for edge platforms, digital twin, robotics and computer vision, future progressions, and accelerating transformation. With over 6,000 expected attendees, the AECC’s mission is sure to be well received.
- Register here to attend the Expo
Learn the Requirements Needed to Enable Edge Computing Infrastructure
Roger will speak on the panel titled, “The Key Infrastructure Requirements to Enable Edge Computing,” from 11:45 a.m. to 12:25 p.m. Pacific Time. The panel will focus on what is necessary to enable edge computing in infrastructures locally and globally.
Panelists from AECC, Avassa, IDC, IBM, Platform9, and SBA Edge will dive into the deployment of edge-enabled infrastructure, the assessment of technologies to better understand roadblocks, and lessons learned from a successful deployment of edge-enabled infrastructure.
Joining Roger in the discussion will be:
- Sanjay Dhawan, vice president of New Business Technology and Operations, SBA Edge
- Bhaskar Gorti, CEO, Platform9
- Rob High, vice president and CTO for the IBM Edge Computing Portfolio, IBM
- Carl Moberg, CTO, Avassa
We hope to see you there!
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