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About Purshottam Purswani


Chief Technology Officer, Atos Asia Pacific and member of the Scientific Community

Purshottam is a chief architect with more than 20 years cross-industry IT experience in the Telecom, Manufacturing and financial sectors. In his 20 year experience, he has fulfilled a variety of roles including Enterprise architecture, IT management, and program management. Purshottam is now responsible for the strategy and driving innovation for customers. In his role, he displays thought leadership with regard to using business technology to address the current and future challenges faced by organizations. A member of the Atos Scientific Community and part of Atos Distinguished expert, Purshottam is very passionate and works on digital technologies around IoT, Cloud, Machine Learning, Blockchain and AI. He is married with 1 child, based out of Mumbai, India.




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Articles posted by Purshottam Purswani

Edge, swarm, cloud and next-generation networks: Unlocking virtual dimensions

Recently, I delivered a session to a university on the topic of the future of work which turned out to be a great learning experience, both for me and for the students I addressed. The insight that I gained was that after graduation, many students living in remote areas would like to continue working in…

How to achieve Swarm Intelligence

Eric Monchalin Vice-President, Head of Machine Intelligence at Atos and member of the Scientific CommunityPurshottam Purswani Chief Architect, Distinguished Expert and member of the Scientific CommunityDo van Rijn Bid Executive at Atos Posted on: 27 February 2020 In the previous blog article in our series on Swarm Intelligence, we illustrated why it’s high time for organizations to create man-made swarm intelligence based…

It’s time to engage with nature through Swarm Intelligence

Eric Monchalin Vice-President, Head of Machine Intelligence at Atos and member of the Scientific CommunityPurshottam Purswani Chief Architect, Distinguished Expert and member of the Scientific CommunityDo van Rijn Bid Executive at Atos Posted on: 18 February 2020 In In the previous blog article in our series on Swarm Intelligence, we demonstrated how Swarm Intelligence brings advantages…

Communities, swarming in the virtual world

Eric Monchalin Vice-President, Head of Machine Intelligence at Atos and member of the Scientific CommunityPurshottam Purswani Chief Architect, Distinguished Expert and member of the Scientific CommunityDo van Rijn Bid Executive at Atos Posted on: 12 February 2020 In our previous blog article in our series on Swarm Intelligence, we demonstrated how Swarm Intelligence can help people take advantage of this new…

Swarm Intelligence, a driving force in our ultra-connected world

In the previous blog article in our series on Swarm Intelligence, we demonstrated how swarm algorithms can empower you to take the right decisions faster than competition.

Swarm Intelligence promises to make our life and business easier

In our previous blog article in our series on Swarm Intelligence, we demonstrated how the swarm model can boost innovation and enable change management. Let’s now continue our tour of the Swarm Intelligence schools and explore how swarm algorithms can empower you to take the right decisions faster than competition.

Swarm Intelligence as an innovation booster and enabler for change management

In the first article in our series on Swarm Intelligence, we discussed how Swarm Intelligence will be a game changer in tomorrow’s business and society, underlying several schools of thoughts like human, algorithms and automation.

The rise of the Swarm Intelligence era

In the first article in our series on Swarm Intelligence, we discussed how Swarm Intelligence will be a game changer in tomorrow’s business and society, underlying several schools of thoughts like human, algorithms and automation.

Business Platforms – an Eco-system of trusted and orchestrated B2B eco-systems

Multi-sided Business Platforms are a powerful mechanism for bringing together two or more interdependent enterprises. There have been a number of recent high profile instances of organizations pursuing Business Platforms based approach, and as a result gaining the upper hand over more traditional companies in the same arena, e.g.   Airbnb…

Blockchain and IoT – Re-architecting core and edges

There is little doubt that the Blockchain technology hype is now being taken very seriously by businesses across many market sectors, as its disruptive potential becomes increasingly evident. From its beginnings as the public ledger that underpins the Bitcoin cryptocurrency, Blockchain is now being considered for application to all kinds of business processes.  Whilst a number…

The Future of efficient IOT deployment: Using Containerisation at the Edge

The cloud offers web-scale processing power and storage which apparently makes an ideal companion to Internet of things (IoT) implementations. Centralised cloud-based systems are obvious destinations for the analytics processing and assist Machine Learning activities. However, the demand for rapid operational-support systems intuitively requires processing nearer to the source of IoT data, in…

Cloud Messaging - A Key to connect multiple Clouds, Social, Mobile

The Atos Scientific Community, in its recent research paper; Ascent Journey 2016, considers the challenge that an enterprise will have with business processes not confined to a single cloud but distributed across multiple clouds. The topic of cloud is no longer a hype. Cloud solutions in a variety of forms are now…

Oracle's Move To End Itanium Support

Oracle has decided to stop developing new software for Itanium. However, it will provide support for existing products developed for Itanium. The Itanium architecture is based on explicit instruction-level parallelism, in which the compiler decides which instructions to execute in parallel. This contrasts with other superscalar architectures, which depend on the processor to manage instruction dependencies at runtime. Itanium processors were targeted…