Advance to the Next Great Technology Frontier

IDC predicts edge computing will reach $250.6 billion by 2024. Be part of the future at the OEM Design Experience event - Transformation at the Edge.

The edge is technology’s next great frontier and is all around us, everywhere from retail to manufacturing, smart cities and hospitals. In our current do anything from anywhere world, the future is at the edge with businesses becoming more agile, capable of responding faster to new insights, generated close to the action where the data is generated.

Massive Growth

In fact, IDC predicts that the edge computing market will reach a massive $250.6 billion by 2024. Keen to learn more? Join our flagship, virtual event and become part of the future at the Intel-sponsored OEM Design Experience – Transformation at the Edge.

Secure Innovation

At this event, our focus will be on helping you challenge existing business models to drive secure innovation. The edge presents great opportunity but also introduces additional risk and complexity – whether that’s supply chain management, software development or data protection across varied platforms. We want to simplify your edge deployments and enable you to capture even more value from data, generated and processed outside of the data center and public cloud.

Pushing the Boundaries of Product Design

You will hear from Dell and Intel executives, thought leaders, keynote speakers and technologists about how we can collaborate to push the boundaries of product design for the edge. At the event, we will spotlight customers’ edge environments and highlight the latest technology to help accelerate your time to market efficiently and securely.

Keynote Speakers

In addition to hearing directly from customers, there will be opportunities to network and speak with OEM design experts on key topics. Highlights include:

  • John Roese, Dell Technologies CTO, who will present on new ways to think about integrating security into your edge solutions.
  • Gil Shneorson, Dell Technologies SVP of the Edge Portfolio, who will explore new opportunities at the edge, and how our customers and partners can accelerate their edge deployments.
  • Maya Shankar, Senior Director of Behavioral Science at Google and former White House and United Nations employee, will discuss how to embrace change to make this transformation smoother and faster.

Technical Breakouts & Networking

Our OEM Design Engineers will host a series of technical workshops, including live conversations covering a range of topics relevant to your solution. We will also offer facilitated networking with an opportunity to meet and chat informally in smaller groups.

Topics include:

  • Advances in technologies to address workload challenges in new and efficient ways.
  • Designing applications for the edge.
  • Technologies at the edge; one size does not fit all.
  • Custom designs for your edge solution.
  • How cyber resilient is your solution?

Get Ready for the Future

As our world becomes more intelligent and connects and communicates in new ways, edge computing promises to maximize your operational efficiencies, help you develop new revenue streams, and improve your organization’s overall performance.

Register Now

The future is unfolding at the edge and we’re here to help you navigate the transition. Join our event to learn more, but hurry as places are limited.

Register for the OEM Design Experience – Transformation at the Edge.

     Region                           Date
  • North America             November 10
  • Japan                            November 18
  • EMEA                            December 7

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About the Author: Kyle Dufresne

Kyle Dufresne leads the OEM Solutions Group globally for Dell Technologies. OEM solutions is focused on leveraging Dell Technologies’ strategically aligned businesses to offer customers a comprehensive set of tier-1 technologies and solutions that help compress their time-to-market and scale their solutions globally. Leveraging a background that spans across multiple global organizations, Kyle focuses on the results customers are seeking to drive for their solutions and products that deliver value to their customers, partners and shareholders. Kyle started with Dell in 2003 as a Global Account Manager then moved into leadership roles, beginning in Dell’s Corporate Business followed by being named General Manager of Dell’s Global Business in Europe. Returning to the United States, Kyle became General Manager of Dell’s Consumer Retail Business in 2014, with added responsibility for Dell’s Public Business Group, overseeing the higher education and healthcare sales organization, and leading national alliances with top technology partners. In 2016, Kyle became President and General Manager of Global Client Compute Solutions (GCCS) and Global Compute & Networking (GCN), focused on selling client and server portfolios, as well as the software, services and peripherals that complement those products to Dell Technologies’ largest global customers. In this role, he was responsible for generating revenue, creating and driving business strategy, partner relations, and customer satisfaction. With a focus on purpose-driven leadership, Kyle not only drives for results and wins, but celebrates each milestone of the journey with his team. He has a reputation for being tough on the business, while valuing each team member and motivating them to be fully engaged contributors. Kyle’s involvement with and energy for his team and business are infectious. Kyle holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from the University of Rhode Island. Kyle and his wife Shelly are the proud parents of three children, two boys and one girl. Kyle currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia and in his free time can be found coaching his children, reading a good book, playing basketball, or tearing up the dirt bike track.