ORG ADVA Optical Networking
Todd Bundy has 26 years of experience in the storage networking industry, is a recognized expert in SAN and optical networking, and specializes in storage applications over various types of networks to meet corporate contingency plans. Throughout his career, Mr. Bundy has participated in many successful large scale Disaster Recovery and Data Center Consolidation projects with companies like IBM, EMC, HDS, HP and SUN using ADVA FSP (Fiber Service Platform) WDMs.
In his work with ADVA Optical Networking, he is helping support new standards in Optical Storage Networking like 5G and 10G Infiniband and 10G and 40G FCoE (FiberChannel over Ethernet). In pursuit of new operating standards, Mr. Bundy leads ADVA's interoperability programs to support mirroring and clustering applications for "Cloud Computing" and disaster recovery over optical networks.
In his 15 years at Storage Technology Corporation's Network Systems Group Mr. Bundy focused on tape and disk virtualization over geographic distances. He was a regional manager for all SAN initiatives including the first Virtual Tape Controller and provided SAN expertise with focus on helping customers with server and storage consolidation and disaster recovery plans and implementation.
Mr. Bundy has authored articles published in Light Reading ("SAN in the MAN"), Byte and Switch ("Virtualizing Storage Over Optical"), Lightwave ("Enabling CDP: The new dimension in remote storage management"), America's Networks ("The Word on Storage Applications: Buy") and most recently HPCwire ("Infiniband and The New Enterprise Data Center").
He has a degree in Communications and Business Administration from Boston College.
Time 10/14/08 03:00PM-04:00PM