• Andrew Feldman
    Andrew Feldman
    AMD
    GM and Corporate VP

    Andrew Feldman is corporate vice president and general manager of AMD’s Server Business Unit. In this role, he oversees the strategy and roadmaps for AMD’s SeaMicro and AMD Opteron processors. Feldman came to AMD in 2012 via AMD’s acquisition of SeaMicro, where he was a co-founder and the CEO from inception to its successful acquisition by AMD. Prior to co-founding SeaMicro in 2007, Feldman was an entrepreneur in residence at Crosslink Capital and at US Venture Partners. Before that, he was vice president of Marketing and Product Management at Force10 Networks as well as vice president of Corporate Marketing and Corporate Development for Riverstone Networks (acquired by Alcatel). He holds an MBA and bachelor’s degree from Stanford University.

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    Andrew Feldman
    Andrew Feldman
    AMD
    Corporate VP and GM of Data Center Server Solutions

    Andrew Feldman is corporate vice president and general manager of AMD’s Data Center Server Solutions business unit. In this role, he oversees the development and sale of low power server products and technologyäóîthe former SeaMicro organizationäóîand is responsible for the integration of low power server technology across AMD. Feldman came to AMD in 2012 via AMD’s acquisition of SeaMicro, where he was a co-founder and the CEO from inception to its successful acquisition by AMD. Prior to co-founding SeaMicro in 2007, Feldman was an entrepreneur in residence at Crosslink Capital and at US Venture Partners. He holds an MBA and bachelor’s degree from Stanford University.

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    Inside the data center: It's all about the fabrics
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    Chips used to be the beating heart of every server, but now that servers host hundreds of VMs per chassis, the network inside the server is taking on an increasingly important role in the data center. Chip firms are investing More…

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    Andrew Feldman
    SeaMicro
    CEO

    Prior to Co-founding SeaMicro, Andrew was an Entrepreneur in Residence at Crosslink Capital and US Venture Partners. Before that, he was VP of Marketing and Product Management at Force10 Networks, where he was responsible for marketing, product management, and business development. Prior to Force10, Andrew was VP of Corporate Marketing and Corporate Development for Riverstone Networks (Acquired by Alcatel) from inception through IPO. Prior to Riverstone, Andrew served as Senior Director for Worldwide Product Marketing and Product Management at Cabletron Systems. Andrew joined Cabletron through its acquisition of YAGO Systems where he wrote the business plan and then as Senior Director of Marketing and Business Development, led marketing and strategic alliances. Andrew holds an M.B.A. and B.A. from Stanford University.