Paul Teich is Liftr Cloud Insights Principal Analyst. Paul also works closely with our product and development team for our services.

Paul Teich

Principal Analyst

PRINCIPAL ANALYST

Paul Teich is Liftr Cloud Insights Principal Analyst. Paul also works closely with our product and development team to shape our Premium Services for a go to market strategy.

Paul has been a leading data center industry analyst for six years, evenly split between TIRIAS Research and Moor Insights & Strategy. Paul has spoken at many industry events and has been a contributing author at Forbes/Tech and The Next Platform.

His career is focused on successfully commercializing technology-based products and services and has been in high-tech for over three decades, speaking to audiences as diverse as product engineers and institutional investors.

Paul was also previously a key member of AMD’s server processor team in the 2000s and product manager of a web service at the height of the first internet bubble. Paul holds a BS in Computer Science from Texas A&M and an MS in Technology Commercialization from the University of Texas’ McCombs School of Business. Paul received 12 US patents while working in marketing and strategy roles.

Paul enjoys the outdoors, photography, and disassembling pretty much any mechanical, electrical, or logical system to see how it works.

Get to know more about Paul on LinkedIn.

Contact info

Paul Teich is Liftr Cloud Insights Principal Analyst. Paul also works closely with our product and development team for our services.

Paul Teich

Principal Analyst

PRINCIPAL ANALYST

Paul Teich is Liftr Cloud Insights Principal Analyst. Paul also works closely with our product and development team to shape our Premium Services for a go to market strategy.

Paul has been a leading data center industry analyst for six years, evenly split between TIRIAS Research and Moor Insights & Strategy. Paul has spoken at many industry events and has been a contributing author at Forbes/Tech and The Next Platform.

His career is focused on successfully commercializing technology-based products and services and has been in high-tech for over three decades, speaking to audiences as diverse as product engineers and institutional investors.

Paul was also previously a key member of AMD’s server processor team in the 2000s and product manager of a web service at the height of the first internet bubble. Paul holds a BS in Computer Science from Texas A&M and an MS in Technology Commercialization from the University of Texas’ McCombs School of Business. Paul received 12 US patents while working in marketing and strategy roles.

Paul enjoys the outdoors, photography, and disassembling pretty much any mechanical, electrical, or logical system to see how it works.

Get to know more about Paul on LinkedIn.

Contact info