Flash Memory Summit Announces the 2020 SuperWomen in Flash Rising Star Award

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Honoring Deepti Reddy Who Has Shown Great Promise in Applying Her Engineering, Marketing, and Business Development Skills

“The Rising Star award highlights the future stars in our industry, helping them forge the path upward to top executive positions. Deepti Reddy is a strong person who merges her engineering background with business development and product-focused marketing skills to achieve results.”

Flash Memory Summit (FMS) and the Evaluator Group today announced a new award from the SuperWomen in Flash, the Rising Star. It honors future leaders in the flash storage industry who have established themselves with accomplishments at the mid-level and are on the way to long-term successful careers.

Deepti Reddy is the Principal for Product Strategy at Dell EMC, where she maps out product initiatives and strategies aimed at rapidly expanding on-premises cloud initiatives. She is known for her work on product teams, combining analytical and collaboration skills with her background as a strong technical product manager able to translate technology into business requirements and communicate with customers. Before joining Dell EMC, she worked at PNY Technologies, LSI-Avago, and SanDisk. She holds two patents and is an active member of the Society of Women Engineers. She earned an MS in computer science from the University of Colorado and a bachelor’s in engineering from Purdue, and is currently working on an MBA from UC Berkeley.

According to Camberley Bates, Flash Memory Summit Executive Committee member and Evaluator Group managing director, “The Rising Star award highlights the future stars in our industry, helping them forge the path upward to top executive positions. Deepti Reddy is a strong person who merges her engineering background with business development and product-focused marketing skills to achieve results.”

As Deepti Reedy puts it, “I have really enjoyed combining my technical skills with the challenges of marketing and product development. I felt that the move would open up new opportunities for me, and I have furthered my education to improve my background in business and management. I am ready to progress to even greater challenges as they arise.”

SuperWomen in Flash
SuperWomen in Flash celebrates the achievements of women in the flash memory industry with the goal of encouraging more of them to succeed in this fast-growing market. It attracts all genders and nationalities interested in expanding the roles of women in the overall data storage industry.

“The SuperWomen in Flash Rising Star Award furthers our purpose, recognizing women who have shown outstanding leadership at the mid-career level in flash and related technologies and systems. Deepti’s path is preparing her for a top leadership position in a rapidly expanding industry,” said Camberley Bates, Managing Director of Evaluator Group and Founding Chair of SuperWomen.

SuperWomen in Flash was formed six years ago by Flash Memory Summit. It draws all genders and nationalities interested in expanding the enthusiasm and devotion in the data storage industry.

About Evaluator Group
Evaluator Group helps IT professionals and vendors create and implement strategies that get the most business value from their IT infrastructure and digital information. The Group delivers in-depth, unbiased analysis of storage architectures, infrastructures, and management. In business for over 20 years, Evaluator Group has served thousands of end users and vendor professionals through product and market evaluations, competitive analyses, and education. For more information, see http://www.evaluatorgroup.com or follow us on Twitter @evaluator_group

About Flash Memory Summit
Flash Memory Summit, produced by Conference ConCepts, showcases the mainstream applications, key technologies and leading vendors that are driving the multi-billion dollar non-volatile memory and SSD markets. Now in its 13th year, FMS is the world’s largest event featuring the trends, innovations and influencers driving the adoption of Flash Memory in demanding enterprise storage applications, as well as in smartphones, tablets, and mobile and embedded systems.*

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Dan Chmielewski
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Suzanne Tuchler
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Press@FlashMemorySummit.com

Camberley Bates
Evaluator Group
+1.303.956.4284
camberley@evaluatorgroup.com

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