Tony Paikeday is the director of product marketing for the NVIDIA DGX portfolio of AI supercomputers and NVIDIA accelerated data science platform. Previously, Tony was with VMware, responsible for bringing desktop and application virtualization solutions to market, as well as key enabling technologies including GPU virtualization and the software-defined data center. Earlier, he built data center solutions at Cisco. He started his career as a manufacturing engineer at Ford Motor Company, where he later held business development roles working with enterprise and service provider accounts. Tony holds an engineering degree from the University of Toronto.
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