Looking Ahead With Storage Field Day 21 – Barry Coombs, Jason Collier, Max Mortillaro – Ep 149

The Tech Interviews podcast kicks off its first episode of 2021 by looking ahead at the storage industry. Paul Stringfellow was joined by Barry Coombs, Jason Collier, and Max Mortillaro to discuss what they saw at Storage Field Day earlier this year. The four were delegates at the event and discuss their key takeaways from the presentations. To see the full conversation, visit techstringy.wordpress.com!


Voices in Innovation – a Roundtable Discussion on Persistent Memory

Enrico Signoretti, Jason Collier, and Matt Leib join the Voices in Innovation podcast on Gigaom to talk about Tech Field Day Extra at Intel Memory and Storage 2020. On the podcast, they dig into Intel’s presentations and discuss Intel Persistent Memory. Head over to the Gigaom website to check out the podcast, and head to our website to look at Intel’s presentations from the event!


Is Storageless Storage Just Someone Else’s Storage?

Is “Storageless storage” just a buzz word oxymoron or is there something there? To get to the bottom of it, Stephen Foskett and a panel of delegates from Storage Field Day talk through it on the latest episode of the On-Premise IT Podcast. Check out the lively conversation with Max Mortillaro, Matthew Leib, Jason Collier, and Paul Stringfellow! Be sure to check out the podcast as well as Storage Field Day where we’re sure to hear more about storageless storage!


Meet Field Day Delegate – Jason Collier

We have another new delegate! Joining us for the first time this week is Jason Collier, a serial entrepreneur and analyst in tech. He will be brining his expertise to the Tech Field Day Exclusive with Intel Memory and Storage. Jason took a few minutes to tell us about himself in our latest version of Meet the Field Day Delegate. Welcome to the Tech Field Day Community, Jason!


Jason Collier

Jason Collier has over 20 years of experience as a serial entrepreneur in the technology industry. Jason was the Founder and Chief Evangelist at Scale Computing, one of the early pioneers in the hyperconvergence space.