Getting to the heart of IT at HP Discover

A review of the abstracts for the Intel sessions at HP Discover yields a general theme, which characterizes Intel’s unique partnership with HP. This relationship bridges the gap between users and IT with a new wave of devices that users will want to use for both work and play – take me, for example – I plan on dressing up with wearables for this conference. The theme is reinforced by other sessions where Intel serves up the central processing power with HP providing the surrounding environment that defines the consumer experience. As I gear up to present on Cloud, New Style of IT and the Internet of Things, I also appreciate Intel’s presence at the heart of IT. Let me elaborate further.

HP Omni 10.png

The partnership is akin to other real-life scenarios. For example:

  1. An automobile (HP) creates an experience that matters to the driver while the transmission continues to relentlessly churn out the cycles (Intel) that deliver the basic functionality of motion from point A to point B.
  2. A successful restaurant creates an ambiance that delivers the right customer experience overall (HP) while the culinary experts process (Intel) the raw ingredients that serve up delicious entrees on the menu.

Analogies apart, take these sessions for example that highlight HP on the outside and Intel inside.

There you have it. HP on the outside/Intel on the inside. In a world where we are being our own devices, HP and Intel excel at bridging the gap between external user experience and the enabling technology inside, which is the essence of the DT4067 session.

Team up with HP Technology Expert, E.G.Nadhan

Connect with Nadhan on: Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Journey Blog.


Published on Categories Archive

About E.G. Nadhan

With over 25 years of experience in the IT industry selling, delivering and managing enterprise solutions for global enterprises, E.G.Nadhan is the Chief Technology Strategist at Red Hat (Central Region) working with the executive leadership of enterprises to innovatively drive Cloud Transformation with Open Source technologies and DevOps. Nadhan also provides thought leadership on various concepts including Big Data, Analytics and the Internet of Things (IoT). Nadhan has published 500+ blog posts over four years in multiple Blogs including HP, The Open Group, Enterprise CIO Forum, 1CloudRoad and Intel ITCenter while interacting with analysts from Forbes, Gartner and IDC. Prior to joining Red Hat, Nadhan was an HP Thought Leader and the Global Leader for the Culture of Innovation where he worked with the executive leadership of strategic accounts to realize innovative ideas that address key business challenges for customers. As the Co-Chair for multiple projects within the Cloud Work Group, Nadhan led the publication of the first Cloud Computing Technical Standard and leads the Cloud Governance project within The Open Group. He is a recognized author/speaker at industry conferences and has co-authored multiple books. Follow him on Twitter @NadhanEG. Connect with him on LinkedIn.