VP & Gartner Fellow
24 years at Gartner
34 years industry experience
Santa Clara, CA USA
Roles and Responsibilities
Martin Reynolds is a Chief of Research in Gartner's TSP organization. He joined Gartner with responsibility for building technology roadmaps for PCs; he moved through PC, semiconductor and server management roles prior to a Fellow's position to examine scalable computing. He returned to a management role in 2005, with responsibility for building Gartner Invest's Research Team and managing emerging technology research. He then built Gartner's integrated coverage of consumer devices, services and behavior. In his current role, he guides research for infrastructure and operations, and he researches new technology areas, with a current emphasis on the Internet of Things. He oversees research in data center, IoT, semiconductor, and 2D and 3D printing agendas, and is actively engaged in consumer, devices, AI and blockchain research. He brings a business focus with a strong technology background to his research areas.
Areas of Coverage
- Emerging Trends & Technologies
Martin Reynolds's Recent Gartner Activity
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Reynolds worked for Memorex in senior engineering and strategic planning roles. Before that, he was involved in the early development of personal computers, designed and developed advanced electronic cash registers, and wrote software as a consultant in the banking industry. His early career started with Price Waterhouse (now PwC) in auditing, but he was easily tempted back to engineering. Mr. Reynolds has been involved with industry groups, including the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA), the Micro Channel Developers Association (MCDA), the WinHEC Technical Advisory Council and the Microprocessor Report editorial.
Future Computers, Director, 2 years
Memorex, Director, 10 years
B.A., with honors, Engineering Science, Oxford University
M.A., Oxford University