John Roese is Global Chief Technology Officer at Dell Technologies. In this role, John is responsible for establishing the company’s future-looking technology strategy and fostering innovation to make sure Dell Technologies is at the forefront of the industry with ground-breaking technologies that anticipate customers’ long-term needs today, tomorrow, and beyond.
John joined Dell EMC in 2012 and was instrumental in shaping Dell Technologies’ strategy in the realms of 5G, Cloud, and AI/ML, amongst others. He has worked with leading telecom providers in the ecosystem development and adoption of Cloud, SDN/NFV technologies as well as the transition to an open, disaggregated, cloud-native 5G/Edge environment. Prior to joining Dell EMC, John was the CTO, GM, and leader of several technology companies, including Nortel, Broadcom,
Futurewei, Enterasys, and Cabletron systems.
John is a published author and holds more than 20 pending and granted patents in areas such as policy-based networking, location-based services, and security. John has been active in numerous boards, including ATIS, OLPC, Blade Networks, Pingtel, Bering Media, and the Cloud Foundry Foundation. He currently serves as a member of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Communications Security, Reliability, and Interoperability Council, NYU Wireless Industry Advisory Board, Open Source Security Foundation Governing Board, and the Purdue Research Foundation/Purdue University Lab to Life Technology Leaders Advisory Board.