Why we must democratize access to high-performance computing
High-performance computing (HPC) systems are the tools needed to help understand data and, ultimately, the world around us.
Prior to the acquisition by HPE, Peter Ungaro served as President and Chief Executive Officer at Cray, a global leader in supercomputing with more than 45 years of experience, combining computation and creativity so visionaries in science, technology and entrepreneurship can engineer the unprecedented. Mr. Ungaro joined Cray in 2003 as the Senior Vice President responsible for sales and marketing. He was appointed President in March 2005 and Chief Executive Officer in August 2005. Prior to joining Cray in 2003, he served as Vice President of Worldwide Deep Computing sales for IBM, where he led global sales of all IBM server and storage products for high performance computing, life sciences, digital media and business intelligence markets. Prior to his role at IBM, he served in a variety of sales leadership positions at IBM starting in 1991. Mr. Ungaro received a B.A. from Washington State University.