About Frank G. Soltis

Frank G. Soltis of IBM Rochester created the technology-independent architecture used in the AS/400 and iSeries. He is IBM's iSeries chief scientist and a professor of computer engineering at the University of Minnesota.
Future Directions: Too Much of a Good Thing

Managing IT complexity is a major problem for most companies. This is especially true for the many small and mid-market companies struggling to manage all of the distributed systems they deployed over the past decade. If you couple this proliferation of systems with the increasing demands being placed on IT organizations because of the move to e-business, you’ll begin to see why so many customers are looking to IBM for help.