18 years at Gartner
18 years industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
Joseph Unsworth is a Research Vice President with the Gartner Technology and Service Provider Research group, where he provides product managers and others strategic advice and insight from NAND flash chip and emerging memory technologies through to end-user systems such as solid-state storage arrays. Mr. Unsworth has created extensive research tailored to both vendors and end users for solid-state arrays since 2009 and built up the PC and data center SSD research since 2006, all of which was preceded by his development of NAND flash, controllers and portable storage since 2002. Lastly, Mr. Unsworth is the Vendor Lead Analyst for Intel from 2017-2019. His research provides strategic insight for suppliers and customers of flash and emerging memory technology, while also allowing a complete perspective deployment and pricing.
Joseph Unsworth's Recent Gartner Activity
Market Share Analysis: Solid-State Drives, Worldwide, 2018
2019 Strategic Roadmap for Storage
Market Share: Mobile Phone Semiconductors, Worldwide, 2018
In January 2017, Mr. Unsworth was selected to be the Lead Analyst for Intel where he oversees and coordinates research from processors, to IoT, to Artificial Intelligence. Mr. Unsworth has more than 18 years of experience in the IT industry. In his previous position at Gartner, he supported the Gartner Semiconductors group, where he directed and advised on complex inquiries. Before joining Gartner, Mr. Unsworth worked as a hydrogeologist at Handex.
Handex, Hydrogeologist, 1 year
B.S., with honors, Geology and Geophysics and Environmental Science, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut