Bill Magro, Intel Fellow & Chief Technologist, High-Performance Computing, serves as an HPC strategist, provides HPC software requirements into Intel product roadmaps, and leads Intel’s efforts in HPC Solutions, including HPC in the Cloud. He has worked in the field of HPC for 30 years. He joined Intel in 2000 with the acquisition of Kuck & Associates Inc. (KAI), where he served as product and consulting manager for KAI’s parallel computing tools. Prior to KAI, Bill worked at two NSF-funded supercomputing centers, the Cornell Theory Center and NCSA. He has authored numerous articles published in technical and academic journals and holds nine patents. He is the co-chair of the InfiniBand Trade Association Technical Working Group. He holds a bachelor's degree in applied and engineering physics from Cornell University and a Ph.D. in computational physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
HPC in the Cloud
June 14, 2019
While the cloud has been viable for some time for a number of HPC workloads and use cases, it hasn’t...
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HPC and AI Converge Under a Common Architecture
April 2, 2019
High performance computing (HPC), once specialized to scientific and government supercomputers, has expanded to a range of workloads, including visualization,...
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