Nnamdi has deep experience as a business leader in the technology space. Nnamdi founded Cocolevio on the belief that the next generation of technology investments (Cloud, Big Data, IoT) will require unprecedented coordination of business, financial and technical competencies. This future necessitates a new type of business partner and service provider – equal parts business strategist, software architect and platform-agnostic delivery.
Before founding Cocolevio, Nnamdi spent 15 years at Dell and IBM, most recently as Vice President of Dell Software Group and leader of Dell’s Cloud business globally. Nnamdi started his career at Dell as Chief of Staff to Dell Chairman and CEO Michael Dell. Prior to starting his technology career, Nnamdi worked in investment banking and private equity. Nnamdi holds an MBA from The Wharton School, where he was the recipient of the Goldman Sachs Fellowship, and an AB from Harvard University.
Nnamdi grew up playing Cocolevio in Brooklyn, New York and is currently based in Austin, TX.
Campbell is a technical leader who has experience in both startups and large corporate environments. His mission at Cocolevio is to help customers build technology into their business strategy.
Previously Campbell held the position of Distinguished Engineer and Chief Architect at Dell delivering projects ranging from cloud platforms and supporting technology, configuration management solutions and system deployment products. He has 18 years technical experience and has delivered projects in financial, healthcare, government, non-profit and logistics sectors in both Europe and the USA. He is a Computer Science graduate of the University of Dundee, Scotland, the holder of 8 patents and has been programming since he got his ZX Spectrum at the age of 5.
Campbell leads a team of developers based in Austin, TX.
Board of Advisors
IBM Fellow Emeritus, Founding Head of Dell Research, Advisor of Cloudistics. Dr. Jai Menon has served as CTO for multi-billion dollar Systems businesses (Servers, Storage, Networking) at both IBM and Dell.
Jai was an IBM Fellow, IBM’s highest technical honor, and one of the early pioneers who helped create the technology behind what is now a $20B RAID industry. He impacted every significant IBM RAID product between 1990 & 2010, and he co-invented one of the earliest RAID-6 codes in the industry called EVENODD. He was also the leader of the team that created the industry’s first, and still the most successful, storage virtualization product. When he left IBM, Jai was Chief Technology Officer for Systems Group, responsible for guiding 15,000 developers. In 2012, he joined Dell as VP and CTO for Dell Enterprise Solutions Group. In 2013, he became Head of Research and Chief Research Officer for Dell.
Jai holds 53 patents, has published 82 papers, and is contributing author to three books on database and storage systems. He is an IEEE Fellow and an IBM Master Inventor, he is a Distinguished Alumnus of both IIT, Madras and Ohio State University, and he is a recipient of the IEEE Wallace McDowell Award and the IEEE Reynold B. Johnson Information Systems Award. He serves on several university, customer and company advisory boards.