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Len Padilla

Vice President Product Strategy at NTT Europe

About Me

Len has almost 20 years’ experience in all things IT including scientific super-computing, managed hosting, cloud computing, IP networking (DC, LAN & WAN), financial system programing, administration of larger server and content delivery networks, PCI-DSS certification, management of international operations teams, product engineering and technical strategy. Having seen a few “IT game-changers” come and go, Len can separate trends from fads and glean context from chaos.

Len joined NTT Communications in 2000 as European Director of Customer Operations. In 2006 he moved to the role of Senior Director of Technology, running data center systems operations as well as product engineering. More recently, as Vice President of Product Strategy Len has been playing a key role in the development and promotion of NTT Communications within the European market.

Growing up in California, Len has been around computing for most of his life. Even his university years, studying atmospheric physics, were dominated by scientific computing and the early days of the Internet. And when he’s not thinking about computing and networking, Len enjoys motorcycle racing and has been a licensed racer since 1990.

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