chief technology officer - media and entertainment
Thomas Burns, Dell EMC's CTO for Media & Entertainment has previously re-engineered Technicolor's global file-based workflows, and developed HDR imaging solutions for episodic and feature post-production. He built a boutique VFX facility in Shanghai, and was the architect of the 77th fastest supercomputer worldwide for a 2006 animated feature. Prior to that, he designed and built Oxygen Media's (now NBC/Universal) storage and networking infrastructure in Manhattan’s Chelsea Market. He is a founding member of the StudioSysAdmins networking site, and began his career at Silicon Graphics, Inc., developing Maya animation software and managing digital disk recorder products.