The Gen-Z Consortium recently kicked off a brand-new series of educational webinars. These webinars present an excellent opportunity to learn more about Gen-Z technology from the experts developing and implementing it within their own companies.
In this series, we plan to cover all facets of the Gen-Z ecosystem, including Gen-Z’s security attributes, Gen-Z software development, and more. Each webinar will last approximately one hour and may include Q & A as time allows. All webinars will be hosted on the Gen-Z BrightTALK Channel here: https://www.brighttalk.com/channel/17647/gen-z-consortium
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The first Gen-Z webinar – “Understanding Gen-Z Technology: The Fabric of the New Data Center” – took place on Wednesday, June 26. In this webinar, Valerie Padilla, Technology Strategist in the Office of the Server CTO at Dell EMC discussed how Gen-Z memory-semantic fabric has the potential to significantly alter the data center landscape.
Nearly 100 attendees joined the webinar for an introduction to Gen-Z’s scalable fabric architecture. Gen-Z is an open, high-performance, reliable, secure, flexible, compatible, and economic solution that will help address the challenges brought on by the explosive growth of data.
Attendees learned how Gen-Z can help overcome current challenges within existing computer architectures and provide future opportunities for innovative, open, efficient, secure, and cost-effective solutions.
As a Technology Strategist at Dell EMC, Valerie Padilla evaluates emerging technologies, designs conceptual architectures, and performs strategic studies. She is currently laser focused on memory-centric and composable architectures, collaborating with vendors in evaluating fabric technologies such as PCIe, NVMe-oF, and Gen-Z. She has over 10 years’ experience with Dell as a performance, system, and software engineer. She earned a BSEE from the University of Texas at Austin.
You can view the on-demand webinar here: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/17647/361072
The next Gen-Z Consortium webinar is scheduled to take place in August. Details will be available on our website and BrightTALK channel soon. We hope to see you there!