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About Tabor Communications, Inc.
Tabor Communications, Inc. is an international media, services & events company. By facilitating communication at the leading-edge of computing innovation, we accelerate the adoption of advanced-scale technologies for a high performance world. To learn more about the publishers of HPCwire, Datanami, and EnterpriseAI, visit: www.taborcommunications.com.
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The HPCwire Team
Tiffany Trader, Managing Editor
With over a decade’s experience covering the HPC space, Tiffany is one of the preeminent voices reporting on advanced scale computing today. Since joining the HPCwire team in 2006, Tiffany has played an essential role in steering editorial strategy, engaging with key audiences, and delivering groundbreaking content when readers need it most. As Managing Editor for HPCwire, Tiffany brings an unmatched wealth of expertise, insights, and editorial prowess based on years of experience covering high performance, cloud, AI, and other advanced computing technologies. Tiffany earned her bachelor’s degree from San Diego State University, where she studied linguistics and computer science. Tiffany is based in Southern California and enjoys the company of her family, friends, and canine companions, Whiskey and Munchies.
John Russell, Senior Editor
A previous winner of the Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award (which has been called “the Pulitzer Prize of the business media,”), John Russell has broad science and business journalism expertise with extensive knowledge of the biopharmaceutical and advanced IT industries. A seasoned veteran of technology journalism, Russell was formerly a founding executive editor for Bio-IT World, which focused on the intersection of advanced computing technology and life sciences, where he wrote and edited articles and ran the daily editorial operations.
Alex Woodie, Editor
Alex Woodie has written about IT as a technology journalist for more than a decade. He brings extensive experience from the IBM midrange marketplace, including topics such as servers, ERP applications, programming, databases, security, high availability, storage, business intelligence, cloud, and mobile enablement. He resides in the San Diego area.
George Leopold, Editor
George Leopold has written about science and technology for more than 25 years, focusing on electronics and aerospace technology. He previously served as Executive Editor for Electronic Engineering Times. Leopold holds a BS in history from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism where he concentrated in science writing. He has also written extensively about the U.S. manned space program. His articles have appeared in the New York Times, the New Scientist and other publications. He resides in Reston, Virginia.
Oliver Peckham, Associate Editor
Oliver Peckham has been writing about the intersections of science, technology, public policy, and corporate policy for over a decade. As a consultant, he has worked with clients ranging from renewable energy trade associations to Lenovo, helping them manage the environmental impacts of a technology-intensive world. He holds an MEM in Energy & Environment from Duke University and an MS in Climate Science & Policy from Bard College. He resides in the Research Triangle area in North Carolina.
Alex Larzelere, Policy Editor
Alex Larzelere is a senior fellow at the U.S. Council on Competitiveness, the president of Larzelere & Associates Consulting and HPCwire’s policy editor. He is currently a technologist, speaker and author on a number of disruptive technologies that include: advanced modeling and simulation; high performance computing; artificial intelligence; the Internet of Things; and additive manufacturing. Alex’s career has included time in federal service (working closely with DOE national labs), private industry, and as founder of a small business. Throughout that time, he led programs that implemented the use of cutting edge advanced computing technologies to enable high resolution, multi-physics simulations of complex physical systems. Alex is the author of “Delivering Insight: The History of the Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative (ASCI).”
Dan Olds, Contributing Editor
Dan is one of the lead analysts at OrionX, building on his 15 years of experience as founder and principal analyst at Gabriel Consulting Group (GCG), a boutique IT research and consulting firm whose activities are now part of the OrionX offerings. In addition to server, storage, and network technologies, Dan closely follows the Big Data, Cloud, and HPC markets and is the go-to person for the coverage and analysis of the supercomputing industry’s Student Cluster Challenge.
Elizabeth Leake, Contributing Editor
Elizabeth is a consultant, correspondent and advocate who serves the global high performance computing (HPC) and data science industries. In 2012, she founded STEM-Trek, a global, grassroots nonprofit organization that supports workforce development opportunities for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) scholars from underserved regions and underrepresented groups. As a program director, Leake has mentored hundreds of early-career professionals who are breaking cultural barriers in an effort to accelerate scientific and engineering discoveries. Her multinational programs have specific themes that resonate with global stakeholders, such as food security data science, blockchain for social good, cybersecurity/risk mitigation, and more.
Tom Tabor, President & CEO
Tom Tabor has over 34 years experience in business-to-business publishing, including 24 years focused on High Performance Computing (HPC), cloud computing and more recently, advanced digital manufacturing technologies.
As an internationally recognized pioneer in the electronic publishing industry, Tom is credited with introducing the first online publication in the early nineties, HPCwire. Over the years, he has served as publisher for the award-winning Supercompting Review magazine, WEBster, HPCwire, On-Demand Enterprise, GRIDtoday, High Performance Computing – Contributions to Society, and The Emergence of Grid and Service-Oriented IT, as well as producing the GT04 tradeshow and conference, and a series of Grid VIP Summits worldwide.
Tom also serves as CEO and founder of Tabor Communications Inc., a leading international media, advertising, and communications company that provides news, information and solutions to the HPC, data-intensive, green, cloud, and digital manufacturing communities.
For more information visit www.tomtabor.com.
Sales & Client Services:
Jeffrey Hyman, Group Publisher
Jeff, with TCI since 2007, manages worldwide sales for HPCwire, Datanami and EnterpriseAI. Prior to joining TCI, he was Vice President of Sales for IDG’s Bio-ITWorld magazine, whose focus is on HPC is used specifically within the life sciences to accelerate the pace of drug discovery. Jeff holds a BS from Babson College and an MBA from Suffolk University.
Ana Ware (Vasquez), Director, Client and Digital Media Services
Ana Ware (Vasquez) is the Director of Client and Digital Media Services at Tabor Communications. With over 15 years of media experience she has been instrumental in helping TCI achieve its yearly business and revenue goals. Ana’s role supports sales and marketing leadership teams in strategy development, business planning, analysis and sales and marketing program implementation. Additionally, her current role as director of client services allows for her to work hand in hand with TCI’s customers in successfully executing their advertising strategies across the Tabor portfolio.
Ana received an Associate’s degree from Southwestern College.
Lynn Bergin, Senior Manager, Client Services and Demand Generation
Lynn joined Tabor Communications Inc. in February of 2013 as Marketing Programs Manager. Her professional career spans years of hands-on experience working directly with digital publishing, media, and marketing communications programs across the technology industry. Lynn’s initial role supported sales and marketing by managing the development and delivery for all creative and graphic design elements used for web, print, multimedia, collateral, new product introductions, eMarketing, and audience development initiatives. She then moved over to the Client Services team to serve as Project Manager for the lead generation programs, dedicated e-blast program, and media partnerships. Lynn graduated from Northeastern University and holds a Bachelor Degree in Nursing and Certificate in Graphic and Web Design. She is located in the Boston area with her three sons and husband.
Marketing and Audience Development :
Chelsea Lang, Senior Manager, Digital Strategies
As Tabor Communications’ Corporate Marketing Manager, Chelsea serves as the liaison between Tabor Communications and its ever-growing readership. In her role, Chelsea is responsible for developing and executing audience development programs, facilitating market feedback, and producing special reports such as the popular Spotlight ON series. Since joining Tabor Communications in 2012, Chelsea has explored multiple high performance computing segments from a number of angles, allowing her to bring a unique perspective to both her market research and content generation. Chelsea is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she studied Psychology, Spanish and Creative Writing. She resides in Cary, North Carolina, and divides her free time between competitive ballroom dancing, riding horses and painting.