Sean Martin

Sean Martin, Chief Technology Officer, Cambridge Semantics

Sean Martin is an award-winning technologist and has been on the leading edge of Internet technology innovation since the early nineties. His greatest strength has been the identification and pioneering of next generation software & networking technologies and techniques. Prior to founding Cambridge Semantics he spent fifteen years with IBM Corporation where he was a founder and the technology visionary for the IBM Advanced Internet Technology Skunkworks group. Sean has an astonishing number of Internet “firsts” to his credit. These include inventing and implementing both IBM’s first Web application server and content-manager, WOM, along with its distributed Web application hosting environment, the Womplex, not to mention a number of other important web site scaling and load balancing technologies.

Sean was a pioneer in defining SOA. It was under his direction that Sash included IBM’s first ever Web Service SOAP & XML-RPC client stacks and associated developer tooling. He led the first effort to use XMPP for asynchronous web services. Sean has written numerous patents and has authored a number of peer reviewed Life Sciences journal articles.

About Cambridge Semantics

Cambridge Semantics Inc., The Smart Data Company®, is a modern data management and enterprise analytics software company that enables seamless access, integration and analysis of all enterprise data via a graph-driven data fabric architecture. The company delivers products and solutions that enable IT departments and business users across Life Sciences, Financial Services, Government, Manufacturing, and other industries to accelerate data delivery and to provide meaningful insights across the organization at hyper-speed and scale.

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