DAVID TUHY
GENERAL MANAGER
INTEL STORAGE DIVISION
David Tuhy is the General Manager of the Storage Division of Intel’s Data Center and Connected Systems Group (DCSG). His 25 years of industry expertise encompasses engineering, marketing and senior management experience in systems, software and silicon product leadership. An Intel team member since 1998, Tuhy’s previous positions within the company include strategic planning, marketing, general management, and incubation of new businesses while driving Intel investments and acquisitions.
THOMAS P. ROLOFF
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER,
EMC CONSULTING
As Chief Operating Officer of EMC Consulting, Thomas P. Roloff is responsible for driving the organization’s growth and delivering global leadership across the company’s key business, application and infrastructure capabilities. Previously, Roloff served as Vice President of Strategy & Business Development for EMC Global Services, where he oversaw the evolution of EMC’s service catalog and the buy, build, and partner strategies to develop and deploy innovative solutions and services.
KEN JENNINGS
HOST
From Jeopardy! junkie to Jeopardy! mastermind, Ken Jennings leveraged his epic 2004 appearance into an unfathomable multi-million-dollar winning streak. It was this trivia triumph that catapulted him to superstar status, where he appeared on such shows as The Tonight Show to The Late Show with David Letterman. His product endorsements include FedEx and Microsoft, and he currently speaks at college campuses and corporate events on the importance of learning.
ANDY SEARLE
JLR CAE & HPC IT MANAGER
JAGUAR LAND ROVER
A strategic technical leader and subject matter expert, Andy Searle has over 25 years of experience in Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and High Performance Computing (HPC). With more than 20 years working for Jaguar Land Rover and Ford, Searle’s responsibilities span far and wide in the areas of CAE & HPC virtual simulation, including JLR IT technical strategy and architecture for the CAE and HPC ecosystem.

JAGUAR LAND ROVER'S BIG DATA NUMBERS
Data generated by the JLR virtual simulations per day
Terabytes of parallel file systems for redundancy
Largest Virtual Reality Cave in the world.
Jaguar - Land Rover

Virtual simulation has put Jaguar Land Rover's automobile production in the fast lane, without compromising design or engineering. However, the virtual simulation process requires generating hundreds of terabytes of data. Fortunately, the Jaguar Land Rover IT team designed and built a high-performance computing eco-system in order to store and manage the company's Big Data demands. The result? A highly capable factory environment that turns the designer-engineering partnership into a well-oiled machine.