4 - 6 April, 2018 - Austin, TX
Liam Quinn has been with Dell since 1997 and is Chief Technology Officer for the Dell Client Business. In this role, he is responsible for leading the development of the overall technology strategy across the Client Solutions Business unit. Key areas of focus and research include, mobility, security & Manageability, IoT and xR with specific applications of augmented and virtual reality in areas of remote maintenance, gaming and 3D applications. Mr. Quinn holds has over 100 US, International granted and pending patents, and is a published Author on Networking. He was named Dell Inventor of the year in 2005, 2007 and 2014. He was an Associate Professor of Engineering at the Dublin Institute of Technology, the University of Texas Austin, and Texas State University. He is a frequent speaker at Wi-Fi and Networking Forums and also represents Dell on the boards of the Wi-Fi Alliance, The Open Fog Consortium, and the Airfuel Alliance. Mr. Quinn has designed network systems and wireless solutions and has managed Engineering teams in systems architecture and product development. Mr. Quinn serves on the Engineering Advisory Board of the University of Texas Cockrell School of Engineering and the Texas State Ingram School of Engineering. Mr. Quinn hold a BSc in Electrical Engineering from the Dublin Institute of Technology, a BSc in Computer Engineering from Limerick University and a MSc in Computer Engineering from Boston University.