Steve Oberlin joined NVIDIA in 2013 as chief technology officer for accelerated computing. Steve has been innovating in high performance computing since 1980, when he joined Cray Research bringing up CRAY-1 supercomputers. Career highlights include working for Seymour Cray designing the CRAY-2 and CRAY-3 vector supercomputers, and leading the architecture and design of Cray Research’s first massively parallel processors, the T3D and T3E. In the early 21st century, Steve stepped away from HPC to co-found and lead a couple of cloud computing startups.
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