VMblog speaks with Jed Ayres of IGEL during the IGEL DISRUPT 2020 event in Nashville, TN.
Jed Ayres, co-CEO of IGEL, talks to VMblog about the growth of the company over the last four years, growing from 60M in revenue to more than 150M this year. Jed also talks about the shift in the market and the naming of the event, intead of speaking in terms of end user computing, now talking about things in terms of cloud workspaces. Jed also talks about the power of Windows Virtual Desktops (WVD) and how IGEL is working with partners like Microsoft, Citrix, Amazon and VMware. Jed covers so much more, and describes what's coming next in Germany as they bring DISRUPT to Munich in the coming days.
Jed Ayres talks about the leadership position that IGEL has taken in the EUC market, the disruption they are causing in this space with their software-defined solution, and their partner community and ecosystem that is working together to push the end user computing market forward. With nearly 30 sponsors on site, there is a lot of great technology on display at the show. And IGEL is making a number of announcements during DISRUPT which Jed describes, and he also discusses a number of important partnerships and activities taking place.
IGEL has also launched a new contest - the "I Challenge Everything" contest in which it will give away an all-electric Porsche Taycan or cash equivalent.
Visit http://www.ichallengeeverything.com/ and use CODE: VMBLOG to enter.
While at the inaugural IGEL #DisruptEUC 2018 conference hosted at the beautiful AMD Headquarters in Austin, Texas, VMblog spoke with Jed Ayres, CEO, North America and global CMO for IGEL. Jed talks about VDI, DaaS and IoT and describes the how and why of creating a new EUC event, disruptEUC. He also goes into more detail about the amazing growth and trajectory of the company over the last year.