Fazil Osman is a Distinguished Engineer in Broadcom's Compute and Connectivity Division. For the last few years, he has been responsible for Broadcom's Ethernet NIC strategy as datacenters move to a heterogeneous computing environment. One of his focus areas has been providing direct connectivity between GPUs in order to enable high performance, scalable machine learning platforms. He has also been responsible for new SoCs that enable the disaggregation and sharing of HDDs and SSDs at scale in the datacenter. He started at Broadcom in the Core Switching Group defining their software strategy for enabling white box Ethernet switches by opening up the switch to software developers. Prior to Broadcom, he has been part of multiple startups including being the CTO of Astute Networks and XLNT Designs. At Astute Networks, he led the development of the first, fully software programmable 10 Gbps TCP termination engine and at XLNT Designs, he developed multiple Ethernet switch products.