On the Goh

Dr. Eng Lim Goh, IT guru, breaks down technology of all sorts, tackling a wide variety of topics of interest to engineers and laymen alike.

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Gen AI's impact on people and the planet

Discover the widespread influence of generative AI for your business and our world as Dr. Eng Lim Goh, HPE Senior VP of Data and AI, explores its challenges, disruptions, and impacts on society and enterprises.


The Intelligent Edge - In the know with Dr. Goh

Utilizing the edge is more necessary than ever to run a modern business, but with so many terms and vernaculars out there, it can be hard to understand it in full. Dr. Eng Lim Goh is here to talk to you about Intelligent Edge.


Hybrid Cloud - In the know with Dr. Goh

We hear about the Cloud nearly constantly at this point, but it can mean something different to each person or in each context. What does it mean to you in relation to your business? Dr. Eng Lim Goh is here to talk to you about Hybrid Cloud.


Artificial Intelligence - In the know with Dr. Goh

Everyone is talking Artificial Intelligence, or AI, but it can be difficult to understand its scope, scale, or how it actually works. What are the immediate implications on my business? Dr. Eng Lim Goh is here to talk to you about AI.


Generative AI : Implications for Enterprises & Society

Dr. Eng Lim Goh. HPE SVP for value from data and AI, and Jonas Andrulis, CEO Aleph Alpha, join theCube to discuss the  differences between Cloud-native & AI-native systems, energy efficiency, and AI Ethics Governance.


Adapting to an AI World

Watch as thought leaders discuss what it means to adapt to an AI world. Learn how HPE is delivering the full life cycle of AI development and deployment, enabling businesses to harness the transformative power of AI.


Zero trust security

By 2025, the cost of cyberattacks worldwide will reach $10 trillion. How can organizations operate at the speed of business while protecting their networks from attack? Increasingly the answer is found in the concept of zero trust, a cybersecurity approach whereby no one and nothing is trusted by default.


Automotive strength testing for safety and comfort

HPE’s Dr. Eng Lim Goh visits Munich, home to 1.5 million people and the heart of Germany’s auto industry. More than 50,000 residents work in auto engineering, and the city has allocated 30 million euros to boost electric vehicles and the infrastructure for them. One area in which HPE is working with the auto industry is strength simulation, ensuring minimum use of materials while adhering to strict safety and comfort standards. Dr. Goh uses the example of a car door to demonstrate how HPE tests for strength with elastic range, vibrational, and destruction loading.