About the Author
Marty Poniatowski is the Chief Technology Officer managing all pre-sales and consulting technical experts at Computer Design and Integration LLC. Marty leads the Professional Services Group, which includes numerous practices that perform project-related consulting as well as staff augmentation. The pre-sales team of experts craft complex solutions for customers using the latest available technologies.
Marty is responsible not only for the teams he manages but also keeping abreast of all industry trends and technologies. Foundations of Green IT: Consolidation, Virtualization, Efficiency, and ROI in the Data Center was written in conjunction with many members of Marty’s technical staff. This book covers all key technologies that CDI implements in client environments, including many key assessments that result in a quick ROI.
Prior to joining CDI, Marty was a Principal Solution Architect and a published author with Hewlett-Packard Company for 20 years in the New York area. He has worked with hundreds of Hewlett-Packard customers in media and entertainment, consulting services, Internet startups, and manufacturing.
Marty began his career as an Electrical Design Engineer on military computer systems at United Technologies Corporation. He performed numerous designs in this position, including his first chip-level design. Before joining HP, Marty was the manager of a design group at startup Canaan Computer Corporation. Marty performed chip and board level computer design and managed the design group in this position.
Marty has been widely published in computer industry trade publications, including over 50 articles on various computer-related topics. He is also the author of 16 Prentice-Hall and one self-published book on computer- related topics.
Marty holds an M.S. in Information Systems from New York University (NYU) Polytechnic Institute (NY, NY), an M.S. in Management from the University of Bridgeport (Bridgeport, CT), and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Roger Williams University (Bristly, RI).