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Vice President of Worldwide Sales

Mellanox Technologies , Ltd.

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Mellanox Technologies , Ltd.

350 Oakmead Parkway Suite 100

Sunnyvale, California 94085

United States

Company Description

Mellanox Technologies (NASDAQ:MLNX) is a leading supplier of end-to-end Ethernet and InfiniBand intelligent interconnect solutions and services for servers, storage, and hyperconverged infrastructure. Mellanox intelligent interconnect solutions increase d ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Engineer

AT&T Inc.

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Sugon Information Industry Co. ltd

Education

Bachelor of Science degree

Electrical Engineering

The University of Missouri-Rolla

Master's of Business Administration

The University of California , Irvine

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Marc Sultzbaugh, Mellanox Technologies

Topic: Enabling the Applications of Tomorrow Marc Sultzbaugh has served as Mellanox's senior vice president of worldwide sales since December 2012. Previously, Mr. Sultzbaugh served as Mellanox's vice president of worldwide sales from April 2007 to December 2012. Mr. Sultzbaugh joined Mellanox Technologies in 2001 as director of high performance computing and director of central area sales, and was later promoted to senior director of sales in October 2005. Prior to Mellanox, he held various executive sales and marketing positions with Brooktree Semiconductor. From 1985 to 1989, Sultzbaugh was an engineer at AT&T Microelectronics. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from The University of Missouri-Rolla, and a Master's of Business Administration from The University of California, Irvine.


Management Team: Mellanox Technologies

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Marc Sultzbaugh

Sr. Vice President of WorldWide Sales
Marc Sultzbaugh has served as Mellanox's senior vice president of worldwide sales since December 2012. Previously, Mr. Sultzbaugh served as Mellanox's vice president of worldwide sales from April 2007 to December 2012. Mr. Sultzbaugh joined Mellanox Technologies in 2001 as director of high performance computing and director of central area sales, and was later promoted to senior director of sales in October 2005. Prior to Mellanox, he held various executive sales and marketing positions with Brooktree Semiconductor. From 1985 to 1989, Sultzbaugh was an engineer at AT&T Microelectronics. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from The University of Missouri-Rolla, and a Master's of Business Administration from The University of California, Irvine.


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Marc Sultzbaugh, senior vice president of Worldwide Sales at Mellanox Technologies (pictured below, left), acknowledged how growing demands are driving IT executives' decisions around data center infrastructure.

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"The point is that your biggest investments inside the data center are typically the CPU and the memory associated with that," Sultzbaugh told the executives during the session, which was moderated by Victor Ng, editorial director of the Enterprise Group at Questex Media, publisher of NetworkWorld Asia.
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"It's really about scale-out, direct-attached storage, very high performance and squeezing every ounce of efficiency that they can out of their infrastructure dollars," said Sultzbaugh.
Offloading to the network
When the data center environment is virtualized and big data analytics is added, faster and more efficient pipes are required to reduce latency as traffic patterns change. "The way we've done that is to take network functions and offload them from the general x86 processor, into the network" Sultzbaugh explained in response to a participant's question.
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Sultzbaugh specifically addressed participants' concerns around integration of hyperconverged systems into existing infrastructure by pointing out that instead of a rip-and-replace approach, they can start within a rack, making sure they have the right solutions and a scalable environment.
To this end, organizations have moved workloads from traditional symmetric multiprocessor systems to pizza box-sized machines running Linux in the server rack. In enterprise storage environments, Sultzbaugh expects the NVMe or non-volatile memory express standard to be a key driver. NVMe allows SSDs to make effective use of a high-speed Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) bus in a computer. "NVMe is driven by Intel and others in the industry, and it has completely rewritten the storage software stack so that you have a much more efficient software as well as SSDs," he said.
Flexible, open networks
On the network side, Mellanox now runs Linux on its switches so organizations can use third-party network tools. "Imagine that now you can mix and match multi-vendor switches or open an RFQ for network switches independent of the OS," Sultzbaugh suggested. "The same thing that has happened in the server and storage will happen in the network space."
Mellanox is a founding member of the Open Ethernet initiative, which essentially enables organizations to run any operating system, hypervisor or other software on the network appliance of choice. By disaggregating the decisions organizations make on hardware from software, organizations can use third-party network operating systems to run both HP and Dell Ethernet switches, for instance, by leveraging common APIs.
"At some point, it may be a standard Linux distribution that runs your network just like it runs your servers," Sultzbaugh added. "That has a lot of implications about not only your ability to have heterogeneous networking solutions but how you support and do DevOps on your networks. So, you don't have to have Cisco Certified Internetwork Experts that know every little command line to deploy and configure your network."
Participants of the Mellanox executive briefing
Sultzbaugh concluded the session by stressing that there's a better way to enable data that is significantly more cost-effective and offers better overall IT infrastructure performance than solutions from traditional vendors that seek to maintain the status quo instead of innovate.


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