Intel® QuickAssist Technology: Putting accelerators to work with Intel® architecture
This webinar will present an in-depth view of the various components of the Intel® QuickAssist Technology strategy, a comprehensive initiative to simplify the use of accelerators in Intel® architecture-based systems. You will learn about the latest Intel system-on-a-chip (SOC) with integrated accelerators (codenamed Tolapai), third-party vendor FSB-FPGA accelerators, software architectures, and the ecosystem companies who provide solutions for acceleration.
Dr. Avinash "Nash" Palaniswamy, Marketing Manager, Accelerated Computing,
Dr. Nash has been at Intel since October 2005, and currently manages the Accelerated Computing marketing efforts in the Server Product Group. His responsibilities include the strategy and marketing efforts around Intel® QuickAssist Technology enabled FSB-FPGA Accelerators, and other accelerator related technologies such as SOA/XML, etc. His prior responsibilities at Intel included being the World Wide Web Consortium Advisory Committee representative from Intel. Prior to joining Intel as part of the acquisition of Conformative Systems, an XML Accelerator Company, he has served in several senior executive positions in the industry including being the Director of System Architecture at Conformative Systems, CTO/VP of Engineering at MSU Devices, and Director of Java Program Office and Wireless Software Strategy in the Digital Experience Group of Motorola, Inc. Dr. Palaniswamy holds a B.S. in Electronics and Communications Engineering from Anna University (Chennai, India) and an M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ed Pullin, Product Marketing Manager, Performance Products Division, Intel
Ed Pullin is a Product Marketing Manager within Intel's Performance Products Division. Ed began his career as a Design Engineer, developing I/O Processors and Communications solutions for Unisys, and holds 3 patents in computer I/O architecture. Ed has been with Intel for 7 years and has held multiple architecture and strategic product management roles for communications products, including Network Processors, Framers and Embedded Processor solutions. Prior to joining Intel, Ed managed product planning and marketing within Lucent Microelectronics Broadband Division. Ed currently is the Product Marketing Manager for Intel's newest SOC device and is responsible for its market introduction. He holds a BSEE from Drexel University and MS from Penn State University.
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