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Jay Cuthrell is Chief of Staff within the Global Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) for the Converged Platforms and Solutions Division of Dell EMC. He is a frequent industry speaker currently based in the United States. Previously, as a strategic technology consultant with cuthrell.com he worked with service providers, startup companies, and investment groups in addition to writing for ReadWrite and Telecompetitor. He has held CTO, VP, and GM roles at Digitel and NeoNova (formerly an Azure Capital and Bridgescale Partners portfolio company now a NRTC Company) and infrastructure consulting roles working domestically and internationally for Fortune 500 clients. He also served at Scient (formerly iXL now Publicis), Nortel, Analysts International, IBM, and NCSU College of Engineering. He holds a BS in Materials Science and Engineering from North Carolina State University and grew up in Beaufort, NC. His blog can be found at jaycuthrell.com
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