Anyone following Submer knows that we are fervent supporters of OCP. Join us together with Lesya Dymyd and Steve Helvie of OCP to discuss the roadmap and how the foundation will continue to promote innovation and standardisation.
Among the topics we will cover:
- OCP in the world: how the integration and the adoption of OCP standards vary from one continent to another.
- The current challenges with OCP adoption and OCP organization.
- The path from innovation to standardization.
- The contemporary scenario: who’s innovating and who’s not?
- What are the hottest upcoming tech areas?
- Planning and executing: how a big organization should embrace innovation?

Title: What Open Compute Project has in store for us all in 2020!
: 28th January 2020
Time: 9:00 PDT, 12:00pm EDT, 18:00 CET
Duration: 45-60 minutes

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Steve Helvie

VP at Open Compute Project

Everywhere Steve goes, be sure he will find a way to go for a run. And truth is that Steve has seen his fair share of world: from US (BS in Agriculture Economics and MA in Economics) to Asia (acting first as a Manager and then as a Director at Microsoft for almost 10 years) and then to Europe (London) where he started his career as an evangelist of IT modernization and open-source software platform for cloud computing.
Steve is the VP of the Open Compute Project Foundation: if you’d like to join OCP, he’s the (big) guy you want to talk to. Probably while running, so you better be prepared.

Guest Speakers

Lesya Dymyd

Innovation Engineer at 2CRSi, R&D and a EU Regional Lead at OCP

With a Ph.D in management, a solid background in economics and technological innovation, Lesya is a EU Regional Lead at the Open Compute Project Foundation and a Strategic Innovation Engineer at 2CRSi, R&D.Lesya has acted in various roles, including research, corporate analysis, industry analysis, new process and project management.Lesya is known to be a voracious reader… at least 30 books during the past 2019!