HPC Career Notes: January 2022 Edition

By Mariana Iriarte

January 4, 2022

In this monthly feature, we’ll keep you up-to-date on the latest career developments for individuals in the high-performance computing community. Whether it’s a promotion, new company hire, or even an accolade, we’ve got the details. Check in each month for an updated list and you may even come across someone you know, or better yet, yourself!


Rob Beard

Micron Technology, Inc., a memory and storage solutions provider, welcomed Rob Beard as its senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary. Beard will be responsible for leading Micron’s global legal, intellectual property, and compliance and ethics functions, comprising a team of lawyers, paralegals and other professionals across Micron’s global footprint.

Prior to this appointment, Beard led teams supporting Micron’s corporate and global operations functions. Before joining Micron, he worked at international law firms Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP and Shearman and Sterling LLP, where he led mergers and acquisitions and other strategic transactions in complex, cross-border capital markets. 

Rodolphe Belmer

Atos announced that effective January 1, 2022, Rodolphe Belmer assumed office as the company’s new chief executive officer. Belmer was formerly chief executive officer of satellite operator Eutelsat Communications and he is also a Netflix board member.

“On behalf of the Atos Board and all its employees, I am very happy to welcome Rodolphe Belmer and look forward to working closely with him as he leads our Group forward, accelerating our transformation and enabling the return to growth,” said Bertrand Meunier, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Atos SE, Chairman of the Nomination and Governance Committee.

Barry Behnken and Chester Kennedy

ColdQuanta, a provider of cold atom quantum technology solutions, appointed Barry Behnken as its executive vice president of engineering. Behnken will be responsible for leading and developing engineering teams across ColdQuanta’s three divisions: Quantum Computing, Quantum Research as a Service, and ColdAtom Technologies. 

In addition, ColdQuanta appointed Chester Kennedy as its president of research and security solutions. Kennedy will focus on driving sustainable growth for the company’s security solutions including sensors, quantum RF, and services that enable new applications of quantum derived technologies. 

Ariel Braunstein and Dean Kassmann

IonQ, Inc., provider of trapped-ion quantum computing solutions, appointed Ariel Braunstein as its senior vice president of product management. In addition to co-founding Pure Digital Technology, a company that generated over $1 billion in revenue with the Flip video camcorder solution, Braunstein previously led Cisco’s consumer product portfolio and Google’s AR and VR product management group.

In addition, IonQ appointed Dean Kassmann as its vice president of research and development. Kassmann  comes to IonQ from Blue Origin, where he held the role of senior director of advanced technology. He established and led the team responsible for company-wide applied research in the support of Blue Origin’s launch vehicle engines for in-space product lines.

Hans-Werner Braun

Hans-Werner Braun, a research scientist at the San Diego Supercomputer Center, was inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame. He was among the engineers, physicists, mathematicians, academics and others from 11 nations recently recognized for their outstanding contributions to the Internet’s global growth. Braun was specifically inducted for his role in the design, development and operation of the National Science Foundation Network and the network’s subsequent growth in speed, coverage and reliability, which served as a model for Internet networks around the world and paved the way for large-scale routing.

“I appreciate being included in the Internet Hall of Fame, however, there are many others who played key roles as well who seem to be all but forgotten by now,” Braun said. “I cannot even start to inclusively credit people for working with me or helping me, as there were literally at least hundreds.”

Tracy Camp 

The Computing Research Association appointed Dr. Tracy Camp as the organization’s fourth executive director. Camp, currently the Department Head of Computer Science at Colorado School of Mines, brings to the role strong experience as a leader in the computing research community at the national level, a history spearheading diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in computing, and a detailed vision for leading the organization into the future. 

“I’m extremely excited to become the next CRA Executive Director, following in the footsteps of three impressive former CRA leaders,” said Camp. “Several major issues exist in the computing research world today, which has created many opportunities for positive transformative change. I look forward to working with CRA’s exceptional staff, board members, and the broader community for the benefit of computing research and society at large.”

Sandy Carter

Altair, provider of software and cloud solutions in the areas of simulation, high-performance computing, and artificial intelligence, appointed Sandy Carter to its board of directors. Carter currently serves as senior vice president and channel chief of Unstoppable Domains, Inc., a software company building domains on blockchains. 

“I am proud to join the Altair board of directors and bring my multidisciplinary experience to help the organization accelerate its global partnership, sales, and marketing efforts,” said Carter. “Altair is making great strides in helping forward-thinking companies accelerate their digital transformation efforts.”

Frank Colich and Mark Fieldhouse 

Rescale, provider of the cloud high performance computing platform enabling digital R&D and engineering, appointed Frank Colich as its chief financial officer. Colich will lead all aspects of the company’s finance organization, including legal and investor relations. Colich brings over 20 years of experience in private and public companies in the cloud transformation industry.

In addition, Mark Fieldhouse joined Rescale as its general manager of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Fieldhouse will oversee all aspects of the company’s growth in EMEA. Fieldhouse joined Rescale with more than 25 years of enterprise software leadership experience in sales, marketing, operations and strategy.

Laura Gagliardi

Laura Gagliardi, a scientist at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory, was elected a foreign member of the Italian National Academy of Sciences. Gagliardi is the Richard and Kathy Leventhal Professor in the University of Chicago’s Department of Chemistry and the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering, with a joint appointment at the James Franck Institute. She is also the director of the Chicago Center for Theoretical Chemistry and the Inorganometallic Catalyst Design Center. 

“I’m very honored by this recognition,” Gagliardi said. ​“For one, the Accademia is a very prestigious intuition, but I also feel honored because it is in my country of origin. I’ve had tremendous opportunities abroad, but I’ve always felt grateful to my country for the education I received there.”

Claudine Hagen

Kitware, Inc., a provider of artificial intelligence and scientific computing software solutions, appointed Claudine Hagen to its board of directors. Hagen brings to the board more than twenty years of experience in financial reporting, internal controls assessment, and complex business transactions. She has been with Kitware for nine years, and has served as its chief financial officer since March 2017. 

Hagen led the effort to convert Kitware to an Employee Stock Ownership Plan and was able to bring together the right mix of external experts to guide Kitware smoothly through the process. She also spearheaded the effort to bring in an external firm to guide Kitware in creating a strategic plan for the company.

Jong-Hee Han and Kyehyun Kyung 

Samsung Electronics promoted Jong-Hee Han to vice chairman and chief executive officer. He will be responsible for leading the newly merged SET Division as he continues to head the visual display business. Samsung Electronics named President Kyehyun Kyung chief executive officer and will lead the DS Division.

Han is a leading expert in TV research and development and has played a major role in the company achieving the top position in global TV sales for the 15th consecutive year. He is expected to strengthen the synergies among the different businesses in the SET Division and help drive new businesses and technologies. Kyung, who has been the CEO of Samsung Electro-Mechanics and has previously served as the head of Samsung Electronics’ Flash Product & Technology Team as well as part of the DRAM Design Team.

William McGann

Quantum Computing Inc., a quantum computing company headquartered in Leesburg, Va, has appointed William J. McGann, Ph.D. as chief operating and technology officer (COO/CTO) responsible for technical and product engineering. McGann will lead QCI’s ready-to-run quantum software initiatives as the company enhances its quantum optimization software. He previously served on QCI’s board of directors.

Phil Holtberg and Lara Kisielewska

Phil Holtberg joined Tabor Communications Inc. [publisher of HPCwire, Datanami and EnterpriseAI] as its account director, focusing primarily on sales for two of its publications (Datanami and EnterpriseAI). Holtberg, a 19-year veteran of NewBay Media, has held multiple sales roles at the company, including serving as group publisher of the Pro AV family of publications and advertising representative on all NewBay publications and digital properties. Most recently, he was account manager of Springer Nature, handling accounts across pre-clinical and life sciences categories.

In addition, Lara Kisielewska joined TCI as its first chief marketing officer to both expand TCI’s footprint and oversee expanded client services programs that are now available for companies looking to engage with the audiences of all three TCI publications. Kisielewska has dual backgrounds in publishing and high-tech marketing, and has been part of the open source and HPC communities for more than 20 years. She co-founded Linux Magazine (among others) and has been running Xand Marketing, which solely services the technical computing market, since 2005.

Susan Hubbard

Susan Hubbard was named Deputy for Science and Technology at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Hubbard joined ORNL from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where she most recently served as associate laboratory director of Berkeley Lab’s Earth and Environmental Sciences Area. 

“It is a profound honor and privilege to be named as the Deputy for Science and Technology at ORNL,” Hubbard said. “ORNL has a stunning breadth, depth and history of transformational fundamental science discoveries, technological advances and innovative solutions to the most pressing challenges facing our nation. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to help shape the lab’s future and its contributions to the DOE mission.”

Kenneth Klingenstein

Kenneth Klingenstein was inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame for helping lead the expansion of the internet in the Western United States and playing an early and important role in the development of the internet’s identity and trust layers. Klingenstein is among 21 inductees from 11 countries being recognized for their contributions to building, optimizing, and strengthening the foundational infrastructure of the network for reach, access, security, and scale. 

“While this commendation is a personal recognition, it must be noted that most of my professional life has been associated with Internet2,” said Klingenstein. “Much of the body of work being noted by the Internet Society was done within the context of the Internet2 middleware activities. Given the passionate community participation in the work, the Internet Hall of Fame recognition is as much for the organization and community that creates it as it is for me.”

Casey Morrison and Aleksandr Oysgelt

Astera Labs, a provider of purpose-built connectivity solutions for intelligent systems, promoted Casey Morrison to chief product officer. Morrison will drive product strategy and bolster the company’s customer engagement programs across all engineering teams with an overarching goal to deliver an exceptional product experience for its customers and partners.

In addition, Astera Labs appointed Aleksandr Oysgelt as its vice president of hardware engineering. Oysgelt will spearhead Astera Labs’ hardware engineering operations to complement its silicon development team for cloud connectivity solutions. 

Tim Shanahan

The Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre has announced Tim Shanahan, a recipient of the Australian Public Service Medal and the Centenary Medal, has been appointed its new Chair. Shanahan currently serves on the boards of RAC WA, the Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre, Zetta Group and FORM.

“I feel privileged to play a part in this pivotal time in Pawsey’s history with the introduction of the Setonix supercomputer and its work accelerating discovery,” Shanahan said.

Inder Singh 

IonQ, Inc., provider of trapped-ion quantum computing solutions, appointed Inder M. Singh to its board of directors. Singh is the executive vice president and chief financial officer of Arm, where he leads the global finance organization as well as corporate IT operations, procurement and enterprise security teams.

“It is an incredibly exciting time to join IonQ’s Board, having watched the company grow from a startup to the quantum computing industry leader it is today,” said Singh. “Government, business and society as a whole are quickly recognizing quantum’s ability to solve previously impossible problems, and they are turning to IonQ for counsel and strategic partnership. I could not be more excited to be joining the Board and helping the team potentially shape the next frontiers of technology.”

Ford Tamer 

Groq Inc., an innovator in compute accelerators for artificial intelligence, machine learning, and high performance computing, appointed Dr. Ford Tamer to its board of directors. Prior to joining the Groq Board, Tamer served as president and chief executive officer of Inphi for nine years until its recent acquisition by Marvell. 

“I am excited to join Groq as a board member and Senior Advisor to support Jonathan Ross, and the global Groq team, board, and investors, in growing the company into a successful leader in its field,” said Tamer. “Groq is unique at providing predictable low latency at scale for real-time AI, ML, and HPC applications. The team has a deep heritage and proven track record in developing large-scale solutions to address the data center needs of tier-1 customers and partners.”

Rajeev Thakur

Rajeev Thakur, a senior computer scientist and deputy director of the Data Science and Learning Division at Argonne National Laboratory, was named a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He was cited ​“for contributions to high-performance interfaces for scalable computing systems.”

“I am truly honored to be named an IEEE Fellow. I thank my colleagues, collaborators and mentors who have helped me throughout my career,” Thakur said.

ACM Names 2021 Distinguished Members

ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, has named 63 Distinguished Members for outstanding contributions to the field. All 2021 inductees are longstanding ACM members and were selected by their peers for a range of accomplishments that advance computing as a science and a profession.

“Each year we are excited to recognize a new class of ACM Distinguished Members for their professional achievements, as well as their longstanding membership with ACM,” explains ACM President Gabriele Kotsis. “The Distinguished Members program is a way both to celebrate the trailblazing work of our members, and to underscore how participation with a professional society enhances one’s career growth. This award category also emphasizes how ACM’s worldwide membership is the foundation of our organization.”

Duality’s Technical Advisory Committee Members

Duality announced the members of its technical advisory committee, which will support participating startups with business know-how as well as deep expertise in quantum science and technology. TAC members will provide guidance, technical recommendations, mentorship, and expertise to startups participating in Duality. As part of this role, they also will help select Cohort 2 of the accelerator.

“We are excited to welcome these distinguished Technical Advisory Committee members to Duality,” said Juan de Pablo, vice president for national laboratories, science strategy, innovation, and global initiatives at the University of Chicago and chair of the Duality Governing Board. “The accelerator has already fueled an impressive first cohort of quantum startup companies, and the Committee will contribute its expertise in selecting the next cohort. We look forward to celebrating these companies’ successes as the region continues to solidify its reputation as a hub for quantum science and technology.”


To read last month’s edition of Career Notes, click here.

Do you know someone that should be included in next month’s list? If so, send us an email at mariana@taborcommunications.com. We look forward to hearing from you.

Subscribe to HPCwire's Weekly Update!

Be the most informed person in the room! Stay ahead of the tech trends with industy updates delivered to you every week!

Meta’s Massive New AI Supercomputer Will Be ‘World’s Fastest’

January 24, 2022

Fresh off its rebrand last October, Meta (née Facebook) is putting muscle behind its vision of a metaversal future with a massive new AI supercomputer called the AI Research SuperCluster (RSC). Meta says that RSC will b Read more…

Supercomputer Analysis Shows the Atmospheric Reach of the Tonga Eruption

January 21, 2022

On Saturday, an enormous eruption on the volcanic islands of Hunga Tonga and Hunga Haʻapai shook the Pacific Ocean. The explosion, which could be heard six thousand miles away in Alaska, caused tsunamis across the entir Read more…

NSB Issues US State of Science and Engineering 2022 Report

January 20, 2022

This week the National Science Board released its biannual U.S. State of Science and Engineering 2022 report, as required by the NSF Act. Broadly, the report presents a near-term view of S&E based mostly on 2019 data. To a large extent, this year’s edition echoes trends from the last few reports. The U.S. is still a world leader in R&D spending and S&E education... Read more…

Researchers Achieve 99 Percent Quantum Accuracy with Silicon-Embedded Qubits 

January 20, 2022

Researchers in Australia and the U.S. have made exciting headway in the quantum computing arms race. A multi-institutional team including the University of New South Wales and Sandia National Laboratory announced that th Read more…

Trio of Supercomputers Powers Estimate of Carbon in Earth’s Outer Core

January 20, 2022

Carbon is one of the essential building blocks of life on Earth, and it—along with hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen—is one of the key elements researchers look for when they search for habitable planets and work to unde Read more…

AWS Solution Channel

shutterstock 718231072

Accelerating drug discovery with Amazon EC2 Spot Instances

This post was contributed by Cristian Măgherușan-Stanciu, Sr. Specialist Solution Architect, EC2 Spot, with contributions from Cristian Kniep, Sr. Developer Advocate for HPC and AWS Batch at AWS, Carlos Manzanedo Rueda, Principal Solutions Architect, EC2 Spot at AWS, Ludvig Nordstrom, Principal Solutions Architect at AWS, Vytautas Gapsys, project group leader at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, and Carsten Kutzner, staff scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry. Read more…

Multiverse Targets ‘Quantum Computing for the Masses’

January 19, 2022

The race to deliver quantum computing solutions that shield users from the underlying complexity of quantum computing is heating up quickly. One example is Multiverse Computing, a European company, which today launched the second financial services product in its Singularity product group. The new offering, Fair Price, “delivers a higher accuracy in fair price calculations for financial... Read more…

Meta’s Massive New AI Supercomputer Will Be ‘World’s Fastest’

January 24, 2022

Fresh off its rebrand last October, Meta (née Facebook) is putting muscle behind its vision of a metaversal future with a massive new AI supercomputer called t Read more…

Supercomputer Analysis Shows the Atmospheric Reach of the Tonga Eruption

January 21, 2022

On Saturday, an enormous eruption on the volcanic islands of Hunga Tonga and Hunga Haʻapai shook the Pacific Ocean. The explosion, which could be heard six tho Read more…

NSB Issues US State of Science and Engineering 2022 Report

January 20, 2022

This week the National Science Board released its biannual U.S. State of Science and Engineering 2022 report, as required by the NSF Act. Broadly, the report presents a near-term view of S&E based mostly on 2019 data. To a large extent, this year’s edition echoes trends from the last few reports. The U.S. is still a world leader in R&D spending and S&E education... Read more…

Multiverse Targets ‘Quantum Computing for the Masses’

January 19, 2022

The race to deliver quantum computing solutions that shield users from the underlying complexity of quantum computing is heating up quickly. One example is Multiverse Computing, a European company, which today launched the second financial services product in its Singularity product group. The new offering, Fair Price, “delivers a higher accuracy in fair price calculations for financial... Read more…

Students at SC21: Out in Front, Alongside and Behind the Scenes

January 19, 2022

The Supercomputing Conference (SC) is one of the biggest international conferences dedicated to high-performance computing, networking, storage and analysis. SC Read more…

Q-Ctrl – Tackling Quantum Hardware’s Noise Problems with Software

January 13, 2022

Implementing effective error mitigation and correction is a critical next step in advancing quantum computing. While a lot of attention has been given to effort Read more…

Nvidia Defends Arm Acquisition Deal: a ‘Once-in-a-Generation Opportunity’

January 13, 2022

GPU-maker Nvidia is continuing to try to keep its proposed acquisition of British chip IP vendor Arm Ltd. alive, despite continuing concerns from several governments around the world. In its latest action, Nvidia filed a 29-page response to the U.K. government to point out a list of potential benefits of the proposed $40 billion deal. Read more…

Nvidia Buys HPC Cluster Management Company Bright Computing

January 10, 2022

Graphics chip powerhouse Nvidia today announced that it has acquired HPC cluster management company Bright Computing for an undisclosed sum. Unlike Nvidia’s bid to purchase semiconductor IP company Arm, which has been stymied by regulatory challenges, the Bright deal is a straightforward acquisition that aims to expand... Read more…

IonQ Is First Quantum Startup to Go Public; Will It be First to Deliver Profits?

November 3, 2021

On October 1 of this year, IonQ became the first pure-play quantum computing start-up to go public. At this writing, the stock (NYSE: IONQ) was around $15 and its market capitalization was roughly $2.89 billion. Co-founder and chief scientist Chris Monroe says it was fun to have a few of the company’s roughly 100 employees travel to New York to ring the opening bell of the New York Stock... Read more…

US Closes in on Exascale: Frontier Installation Is Underway

September 29, 2021

At the Advanced Scientific Computing Advisory Committee (ASCAC) meeting, held by Zoom this week (Sept. 29-30), it was revealed that the Frontier supercomputer is currently being installed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tenn. The staff at the Oak Ridge Leadership... Read more…

AMD Launches Milan-X CPU with 3D V-Cache and Multichip Instinct MI200 GPU

November 8, 2021

At a virtual event this morning, AMD CEO Lisa Su unveiled the company’s latest and much-anticipated server products: the new Milan-X CPU, which leverages AMD’s new 3D V-Cache technology; and its new Instinct MI200 GPU, which provides up to 220 compute units across two Infinity Fabric-connected dies, delivering an astounding 47.9 peak double-precision teraflops. “We're in a high-performance computing megacycle, driven by the growing need to deploy additional compute performance... Read more…

Intel Reorgs HPC Group, Creates Two ‘Super Compute’ Groups

October 15, 2021

Following on changes made in June that moved Intel’s HPC unit out of the Data Platform Group and into the newly created Accelerated Computing Systems and Graphics (AXG) business unit, led by Raja Koduri, Intel is making further updates to the HPC group and announcing... Read more…

Nvidia Buys HPC Cluster Management Company Bright Computing

January 10, 2022

Graphics chip powerhouse Nvidia today announced that it has acquired HPC cluster management company Bright Computing for an undisclosed sum. Unlike Nvidia’s bid to purchase semiconductor IP company Arm, which has been stymied by regulatory challenges, the Bright deal is a straightforward acquisition that aims to expand... Read more…

D-Wave Embraces Gate-Based Quantum Computing; Charts Path Forward

October 21, 2021

Earlier this month D-Wave Systems, the quantum computing pioneer that has long championed quantum annealing-based quantum computing (and sometimes taken heat fo Read more…

Killer Instinct: AMD’s Multi-Chip MI200 GPU Readies for a Major Global Debut

October 21, 2021

AMD’s next-generation supercomputer GPU is on its way – and by all appearances, it’s about to make a name for itself. The AMD Radeon Instinct MI200 GPU (a successor to the MI100) will, over the next year, begin to power three massive systems on three continents: the United States’ exascale Frontier system; the European Union’s pre-exascale LUMI system; and Australia’s petascale Setonix system. Read more…

Three Chinese Exascale Systems Detailed at SC21: Two Operational and One Delayed

November 24, 2021

Details about two previously rumored Chinese exascale systems came to light during last week’s SC21 proceedings. Asked about these systems during the Top500 media briefing on Monday, Nov. 15, list author and co-founder Jack Dongarra indicated he was aware of some very impressive results, but withheld comment when asked directly if he had... Read more…

Leading Solution Providers

Contributors

Lessons from LLVM: An SC21 Fireside Chat with Chris Lattner

December 27, 2021

Today, the LLVM compiler infrastructure world is essentially inescapable in HPC. But back in the 2000 timeframe, LLVM (low level virtual machine) was just getting its start as a new way of thinking about how to overcome shortcomings in the Java Virtual Machine. At the time, Chris Lattner was a graduate student of... Read more…

2021 Gordon Bell Prize Goes to Exascale-Powered Quantum Supremacy Challenge

November 18, 2021

Today at the hybrid virtual/in-person SC21 conference, the organizers announced the winners of the 2021 ACM Gordon Bell Prize: a team of Chinese researchers leveraging the new exascale Sunway system to simulate quantum circuits. The Gordon Bell Prize, which comes with an award of $10,000 courtesy of HPC pioneer Gordon Bell, is awarded annually... Read more…

Nvidia Defends Arm Acquisition Deal: a ‘Once-in-a-Generation Opportunity’

January 13, 2022

GPU-maker Nvidia is continuing to try to keep its proposed acquisition of British chip IP vendor Arm Ltd. alive, despite continuing concerns from several governments around the world. In its latest action, Nvidia filed a 29-page response to the U.K. government to point out a list of potential benefits of the proposed $40 billion deal. Read more…

Julia Update: Adoption Keeps Climbing; Is It a Python Challenger?

January 13, 2021

The rapid adoption of Julia, the open source, high level programing language with roots at MIT, shows no sign of slowing according to data from Julialang.org. I Read more…

Top500: No Exascale, Fugaku Still Reigns, Polaris Debuts at #12

November 15, 2021

No exascale for you* -- at least, not within the High-Performance Linpack (HPL) territory of the latest Top500 list, issued today from the 33rd annual Supercomputing Conference (SC21), held in-person in St. Louis, Mo., and virtually, from Nov. 14–19. "We were hoping to have the first exascale system on this list but that didn’t happen," said Top500 co-author... Read more…

TACC Unveils Lonestar6 Supercomputer

November 1, 2021

The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) is unveiling its latest supercomputer: Lonestar6, a three peak petaflops Dell system aimed at supporting researchers Read more…

10nm, 7nm, 5nm…. Should the Chip Nanometer Metric Be Replaced?

June 1, 2020

The biggest cool factor in server chips is the nanometer. AMD beating Intel to a CPU built on a 7nm process node* – with 5nm and 3nm on the way – has been i Read more…

Intel Launches 10nm ‘Ice Lake’ Datacenter CPU with Up to 40 Cores

April 6, 2021

The wait is over. Today Intel officially launched its 10nm datacenter CPU, the third-generation Intel Xeon Scalable processor, codenamed Ice Lake. With up to 40 Read more…

  • arrow
  • Click Here for More Headlines
  • arrow
HPCwire