LINUX NETWORX HIRES GREG DENAULT
Sandy, UTAH — Linux NetworX Inc., a leading provider of large-scale clustered computer solutions for Internet, industry and research fields, named Greg Denault senior scientist and announced the opening of its New York office. Denault is leading a special project team for Linux NetworX and will help develop new business opportunities and partnerships on the East Coast. “The addition of a senior-level scientist such as Greg to the Linux NetworX team, reflects our commitment to technology advancement,” said Glen Lowry, president and CEO or Linux NetworX. “As a former research scientist for General Electric, Greg has extremely valuable experience in high performance computers that will help keep Linux NetworX cluster systems ahead of the competition.” As senior scientist for Linux NetworX, Denault will be responsible for developing computational algorithms for embedded and cluster products as well as leading a special project group on the East Coast.
Denault is focused on leading a special project group on the East Coast and will help develop computational algorithms for embedded and cluster products as well as assist with various business development efforts. Prior to joining Linux NetworX, Denault spent seven years with Hewlett-Packard and 12 years with General Electric as a corporate research scientist where he developed applications, algorithms, tools and methodologies for a variety of architectures, including SIMD/MIMD. He also conducted research in massively parallel architectures and novel configurations for both embedded and conventional applications. Denault has bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering, computer science and chemistry from the University of Vermont.