A new era of computing is coming. How can we make sure it is sustainable?
We need to reinvent our core technologies so we can sustainably and equitably deliver innovation to a computer-hungry world.
1989, BSEE (Hons), Santa Clara University. Formerly, Vice-President and Chief Technologist, HP Servers Global Business Unit representing 25 years of innovation leadership. Currently, Chief Architect, Hewlett Packard Labs and an Hewlett Packard Enterprise Fellow and Vice-President. Joined Labs in 2014 to drive the Machine Research and Advanced Development program, leading teams across Labs and across HPE business units with the goal of demonstrating and evangelizing the benefits of Memory-Driven Computing. Current focus is accelerating the transfer of technologies from the Machine Research program in order to drive differentiating value into existing product categories as well as disruptive new offerings. Holds 33 US and 10 foreign patents in areas of modular platforms and blade systems, integrated circuits, and power and environmental control.