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Jason Waxman

Intel
Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the Data Center Solutions Group
Jason P. Waxman is a corporate vice president in the Data Center Group and general manager of the Datacenter Solutions Group (DSG). DSG’s objective is to develop and deliver innovative solutions that are of high customer value, easy to deploy, and are cost efficient. In collaboration with the Enterprise & Government, Comms, and Cloud business units, DSG provides a well-coordinated solutions approach across development, business plans, and implementation, addressing each sectors unique requirements.  Examples include Intel’s datacenter autonomous driving, software defined infrastructure, big data analytics and artificial intelligence, non-volatile memory, genomics, rack scale design, and network function virtualization solutions.

Waxman joined Intel in 1997 and has held several roles in cloud, enterprise, and data center computing. Before leading the Datacenter Solutions Group, Waxman was general manager of the Cloud Platforms Group where he managed Intel’s business, products, and technologies for cloud service providers. Prior to that, Waxman was general manager of high-density computing and led the definition and introduction in enterprise of Intel Xeon platforms. Before coming to Intel, Waxman worked in strategic planning and manufacturing for Emerson Electric as a management consultant.

Waxman is an industry advocate for standards in data center computing, including board roles in the Open Compute Foundation and the Server System Infrastructure Forum.  He initiated Intel's role as technical advisor to the Open Data Center Alliance. He is involved in non-profit charities and acts as a trustee to the Oregon Health and Sciences University and a board member for the Boys and Girls Club.  He holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, a master's degree in operations research, and an MBA degree, all from Cornell University.