Robert Hormuth is Vice President/Fellow and CTO of Dell EMC Server Solutions Group. Robert has 29 years in the computer industry. Robert joined Dell in 2007 after 8 years with Intel and 11 years at National Instruments. Robert and his team focus on future server architectures and technology driving future technology intercepts onto the server portfolio. Robert’s past design/architecture activities include IO peripheral designs, x86 (386, 486, Pentium, Pentium Pro, Pentium II/III) system design, BIOS, firmware, Application Software, and FPGA/ASIC design. Robert has participated in creation of multiple industry standards - VME, VXI, PCI, PXI, PCIe, NVMe, RedFish, SSDFF. Robert has a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin and currently holds 16 patents.

A Practical View of Composable Infrastructure

Lately, if you’ve been following datacenter IT trends, you’ve come across the idea of composable infrastructure. What is it? Basically, it’s the idea that datacenters ought to be defined by the needs of applications, not by the ideas of a datacenter admin or an IT executive. Here’s a real-world situation … READ MORE

Robert Hormuth November 30th, 2015
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