Mohamed Awad, vice president of Marketing, Infrastructure Line of Business, Arm
Mohamed Awad is the vice president of Marketing for the Infrastructure Line of business at Arm. He and his team are responsible for driving go-to-market strategy, ecosystem development, and product marketing for the business unit.
Prior to joining Arm, Mohamed spent 10 years in various leadership roles at Broadcom including establishing the Mixed Signal Asic Products (MSAP) division and building Broadcom’s security and mobile payments business from the ground-up. Before Broadcom, Mohamed served in various leadership roles at Ember Corporation, an early IoT startup, where he most notably founded their European subsidiary, and held positions at Lucent Technologies, Nortel Networks, and Avici Systems, where he led the development of various products, including core terabit routers and top-of-rack ethernet switches.
Mohamed has been named inventor or co-inventor on nine patents throughout his career and holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, from the University of Massachusetts.
Episode | October 30th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 37 mins 48 secs
cio, composable infrastructure, convergence, data fabric, datacenter, enterprise, hci, information technology, it, processor, servers, storage, technology
Cloud-native techniques provide a natural way for deliver functionality to the edge and IoT, delivering IT agility where it's needed the most. Arm's Project Cassini brings the IoT industry together with open, collaborative, standards-based initiative to deliver a cloud-native software experience across a secure Arm edge ecosystem. Arm's Mohammed Awar joins to talk about what's happening to bring the IoT world together.
Episode | November 19th, 2019 | 38 mins 58 secs
arm, edge, enterprise, interview, sc19, server
Arm's Mohamed Awad, as VP in ARM's Infrastructure group, is front-and-center in their architecture's invasion into enterprise compute. Nearly every tier-1 OEM has an Arm server offering, every major public cloud vendor offers Arm instances, a Super Computer reference design was announced at SC19 this week, and Arm is finding itself ideally situated to play aggressively in the emerging edge-compute space. It's not about mobile processing anymore. Mohamed joins us to talk about what it all means, and where it's all going.