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Named an IBM Fellow in 2008, he is in the Systems and Technology Group, Poughkeepsie, New York As the lead Technologist for IBM System z I/O, he has developed and implemented a roadmap that has allowed consistent data growth, performance improvements, enhanced resilience, continuous availability, increased scale and improved efficiency. In particular, he has improved the server/storage synergy and increased the scale and intelligent management of devices attached to IBM System z. He is an inventor of HyperSwap and Dynamic I/O Reconfiguration Management for continuous availability, HyperPAV for improved efficiency and simplification and extended addressability volumes for increased scale, all of which added to the total of 90 patents issued or pending to his name. He joined IBM in 1980 and in 2001, he was named an IBM Master Inventor and by that time he had achieved his 33rd invention plateau. Included in the publications with which he is associated are: “An architecture for storage-hosted application extensions”, IBM Journal of Research and Development, Volume 52 Issue 4, 2008; and IBM System z I/O Discovery and Autoconfiguration, IBM Journal of Research and Development, Volume: 56 , Issue: 1.2, February 2012. He is affiliated with: IBM System z I/O Discovery and Autoconfiguration. From 1976 – 1980 he attended Columbia University, Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science in New York City and holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science.
Noted For:Developer of a roadmap that has allowed consistent data growth, performance improvements, enhanced resilience, continuous availability, increased scale and improved efficiency at IBM
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