Jay Kidd

Jay Kidd is Chief Marketing Officer at NetApp. Jay has extensive experience in storage, networking and high-performance systems. Before joining NetApp, he held the position of Chief Technology Officer and VP of Product Management at Brocade. Before joining Brocade, Jay was VP of Marketing for Omneon Video Networks (a supplier of storage and networking equipment for video broadcasters) and Multigen (a real-time 3D simulation software company). Prior to working at Multigen, Jay spent seven years at Silicon Graphics (SGI), where he directed marketing efforts for the graphics workstations, servers and SGI Web systems business. Earlier in his career, Jay worked at Hewlett Packard, where he held key engineering positions in the Information Networks group. Jay holds a Bachelor's Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University. He can be reached at [email protected]

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