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Mike B.

Location:

Richmond, CA

Member since:

March 16, 2012

Do you currently use HPC supercomputing technologies?

Study through .28 to .14 process transition + advanced memory implications

Do you currently use GPU supercomputing technologies?

Study through .28 to .14 process transition + advanced memory implications

What do you use HPC/GPU supercomputing for? Finance? Media? Scientific?

Interest in all . . . accelerators and streaming arrays primarily.

How did you hear about this meetup group?

Kevin Cameron

Introduction

Mike Bruzzone, management consultant, business planning, Intel Competitive strategy and tactics; economics of fabrication, whole product develop commercialize; Cyrix, ARM, NexGen, AMD, Alpha, IDT microprocessor, PC, XT/AT board products experience.


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