Education and community awareness are priorities for all of us at Intel,” said John Hengeveld, director of technical compute marketing, Intel Corporation. “insideHPC is widely respected and has tremendous reach, serving as a key distribution channel enabling us to maintain steady contact with the global HPC community.”
“We are very pleased to have John joining us at insideHPC as a regular columnist,” said Rich Brueckner, Publisher of insideHPC. “Intel continues to innovate and lead in HPC, not only with their technology, but with their ongoing efforts to engage with the HPC community.”
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About John Hengeveld
John Hengeveld is the director of technical compute marketing for Intel’s Data Center Group. He is responsible for end user and OEM marketing for Intel’s Workstation and HPC businesses and leads an outstanding team of industry visionaries. John has been at Intel for 6 years and was previously the senior business strategist for Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group and the lead strategist for Intel’s Many Core development initiatives. John has 20 years of experience in general management, strategy and marketing leadership roles in high technology.
John is dedicated to life-long learning, he has taught Corporate Strategy and Business Strategy and Policy; Technology Management; and Marketing Research and Strategy for Portland State University’s Master of Business Administration program. John is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and holds his MBA from the University of Oregon.