High Performance Computing is the foundation of research and discovery that improves the lives of every human on the planet. As we enter the Exascale era, the combination of accelerated and high performance computing, AI and deep learning has resulted in an exponential growth of data and the need for an unprecedented pace of innovation. From converged AI and HPC workloads to multipurpose systems to diverse architectures, we’re asking more of our HPC systems than ever before. Join Intel at SC21 and learn about our HPC strategy and new innovations including the latest Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, data center GPUs and powerful software tools. Together, let's accelerate the next era of innovation in HPC.
Jeff McVeigh is Vice President of Accelerated Computing Systems & Graphics, where he also serves as the General Manager of the Super Compute Group. McVeigh leads Intel’s high-performance computing and datacenter GPU business including emerging areas such as high-performance data analytics, HPC in the cloud, artificial intelligence, and visual cloud. His team is responsible for defining a diverse portfolio across compute, systems, software, and services, building customer relationships, and executing Intel’s global strategy for accelerated general compute. McVeigh’s career has spanned research, product development and business creation, with the common thread of enabling exceptional visual and high-performance computing experiences for Intel customers. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Duke University and a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.