By 2020, one hundred billion connected devices will generate far more demand for computing than today's infrastructure can accommodate.
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meet the minds behind memory-driven computing
Kirk Bresniker is Hewlett Packard Labs chief architect and the overall lead for The Machine - the research project that gave us the Memory-Driven Computing architecture. His father was an aerospace engineer so he knows what it means to strive towards impossible goals.
Sagi Mathai is the research engineer working on cost-effective and high-performance interconnects. Sagi inherited his passion for hardware engineering from his father who was also an engineer.
Jon Smela is an R&D section manager who leads the chip design team. Jon's role in design requires steady progress toward a goal--a process he's quite familiar with thanks to his hobby as a cyclist.
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