Welcome to the EMC Support Community Ask the Expert conversation. EMC recently announced purpose-built storage solutions for the video surveillance market including the VNX-VSS100 and new partnerships (Distributors/VMS). Our Experts have several decades worth of experience in the Video Surveillance market and are here to answer any and all questions you may have related to the market or the new EMC solutions announced on September 30th. If you missed the live announcement, view it here, and then ask your questions below!
Frank McCarthy is Director of Video Surveillance Solutions within the Global Corporate Practice at EMC. Frank joined EMC in 1998 and in 2004 established the Engineering and Solution development team as part of the Global EMC Solutions Group where he has been responsible for all facets of solution development, benchmarking, and amalgamation of EMC’s framework of software and hardware products enabled by best in breed partner technologies in the security industry. He has 23 years of experience as an IT professional with a focus on security solutions since 2004 and is a seasoned security technology innovator, working with both large and small companies. Frank has held positions with various Fortune 100 companies as a Systems Integrator/Analyst/Engineer, Technical Account Manager, Service Account Manager, and Sales Engineering Manager.
Bryan Berezdivin is the chief architect for the Emerging Technologies Division of EMC, focused on application integration and optimizations with surveillance, ISR, Geospatial, and analytics applications. In this role, Bryan works with most of the leading software, camera, geospatial, and analytics vendors to derive optimal architectures for Internet scale problems such as video surveillance as a service offerings, drone surveillance, and city-wide surveillance systems. Bryan recently ran the high performance computing (HPC) solutions at NetApp and before that was lead architect for Cisco’s physical security software in the Federal market. Previously engaged in over 70 projects including large government, Defense, healthcare, airport, casino, and commercial surveillance systems, NOAA’s NPOESS system, as well as common operating picture (COP) software for rotary and fixed wing aircraft.
Ken Mills has been a leader in the Video Surveillance industry for over 15 years. Ken Mills joined EMC2 in late 2013 to once again help build another thriving business around Surveillance. Ken is responsible for the Global Go To Market, Channel, Advertising, and Sales Enablement of EMC2 for the Surveillance and Reconnaissance business. Ken watched his father build a successful business in the Surveillance industry and after time in the Navy as a Nuclear Engineer found his back to the world of Surveillance. Ken was also a founding member of the Cisco Systems incubation organization called Emerging Technologies and spent almost 8 years building a thriving business for Cisco focused on Surveillance, Access Control, and Emergency Response.
|Joe Catalanotti is a Product Marketing Manager with EMC Enterprise Midrange Systems Division focused on VNX products and solutions. Joe has over 25 years of product and channel marketing experience in storage hardware/software, asset management, and CAD technology. Joe has been instrumental in the development and execution of go-to-market plans, product launches, and other facets of product marketing. Joe holds a BS degree in Industrial Engineering and Management (Sigma Epsilon Rho) from Northeastern University as well as a degree in Architecture from Wentworth Institute f Technology.|
Event date and duration: October 13 - 27.
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