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Video: HPC Computing Trends

In this video from the Stanford HPC Conference, Chris Willard from Intersect360 Research presents: HPC Computing Trends.

“Intersect360 Research returns with an annual deep dive into the trends, technologies and usage models that will be propelling the HPC community through 2018 and beyond. Emerging areas of focus and opportunities to expand will be explored along with insightful observations needed to support measurably positive decision making within your operations.”

Intersect360 Research’s deep knowledge of HPC, coupled with strong marketing and consulting expertise, results in actionable intelligence for the HPC industry – insights and advice that allow customers to make decisions that are measurably positive to their business. The company’s end-user-focused research is inclusive from both a technology perspective and a usage standpoint, allowing Intersect360 Research to provide its clients with total market models that include both traditional and emerging HPC applications

Chris Willard is the Chief Research Officer at Intersect360 Research. He is a 25-year veteran of the High Performance Computing industry and co-founder of Intersect360 Research. As Chief Research Officer, Chris leads the demand-side and supplier-driven data analysis practice for Intersect360 Research’s forward-looking market intelligence subscription service. In addition, he supports a range of client-specific services including custom research studies and strategic consulting.

Chris’ career as an industry analyst spans three decades in his positions with Intersect360 Research, its predecessor Tabor Research as a Senior Research Consultant, IDC as a Research Vice President for High Performance Computing, and Data Quest as a Senior Analyst for the Supercomputing Industry.

Prior to entering the analyst ranks, Chris worked with Cray Research as a software engineer, and at GE/NASA Ames as a systems engineer and lead user services consultant. Chris earned his Ph.D. in 1980 from the University of Minnesota, in Biometry and Health Computer Science.

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