Gilad Shainer serves as senior vice president of marketing for Mellanox networking at NVIDIA, focusing on high performance computing, AI and InfiniBand technology. Gilad joined Mellanox in 2001 as a design engineer and has served in senior marketing management roles since 2005. He serves as the chairman of the HPC-AI Advisory Council organization, the president of the UCF and CCIX consortiums, a member of IBTA and a contributor to the PCISIG PCI-X and PCIe specifications. Gilad holds multiple patents in the field of high-speed networking. He is a recipient of the 2015 R&D100 award for his contribution to the CORE-Direct In-Network Computing technology and the 2019 R&D100 award for his contribution to the Unified Communication X (UCX) technology. Gilad holds an Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the Technion Institute of Technology in Israel.
Across Europe and the U.S., HPC developers are supercharging supercomputers with the power of Arm cores and accelerators inside NVIDIA BlueField-2 DPUs. At Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) that work… Read article >
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Scientific discovery powered by supercomputing has the potential to transform the world with research that benefits science, industry and society. A new open, cloud-native supercomputer at Cambridge University offers unrivaled… Read article >
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