Kevin Shatzkamer • Vice President / General Manager, Service Provider Strategy and Solutions, Dell EMC | Infrastructure Solutions Group
Kevin Shatzkamer is currently Vice President and General Manager, Service Provider Strategy and Solutions at Dell Technologies with responsibility for strategy and architectural evolution of the intersection points of network infrastructure technologies, cloud and virtualization platforms, and software programmability.
Mr. Shatzkamer's organizational responsibility in encompasses industry strategy and investment analysis, business development and go-to-market activities, technical architecture and engineering, and infrastructure evolution / futures-planning.
Mr. Shatzkamer is also responsible for leading the Dell Technologies 5G strategy in close collaboration with industry-leading telecommunications providers globally. Mr. Shatzkamer represents Dell Technologies on the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Futures Council on New Network Technologies (5G-related).
Mr. Shatzkamer's ecosystem-wide, experience-centric approach to working with customers allows for the identification and exploitation of synergies between disparate organizations to derive new technology / business models for the mobile industry, especially as “5G” defines transformation from technical architecture to ecosystem and service offerings.
Mr. Shatzkamer has over 20 years of industry experience and joined Dell EMC in 2016, with prior experience at Brocade (Service Provider CTO, Head of Brocade Labs) and Cisco (Distinguished Systems Engineer).
Mr. Shatzkamer holds 50+ patents related to all areas of work. Mr. Shatzkamer holds a Bachelor’s of Science (University of Florida), a Master’s of Business Administration (Indiana University), and a Master’s of System Design and Management (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
Mr. Shatzkamer is a regular speaker at industry forums and has published two books discussing the architectures and technologies shaping the future of the Mobile Internet (2G, 3G, and 4G networks), from RAN to services.