TALK TITLE: THE MACHINE: THE FUTURE OF IT: STATUS AND FIRST RESULTS
The Machine research program is now entering its Development phase. Our first 160TB prototype is operational. This vision shared by many others companies under the program called genZ is progressing quite rapidly towards a very promising, radically new architecture that can scale from small systems to unprecedented scale. We will explain why this is our future, and why it is so important to prepare for this new world.
Patrick Demichel works for HPE since 38 years on computer technologies with focus on scientific domains. As Distinguished Technologist he works on HPC, Big Data, IoT and Machine Learning domains, helping in the development and integration of innovations. He collaborates with HPE Laboratories, our divisions, partners and customers on mid and long term plans to find, adopt and valorize all disruptive technologies. He contributes in particular on to the programs “The Machine / genZ”, “Moonshot / IoT” and focuses on of all special technologies like FPGA, NVM, photonic, Artificial Intelligence, exotic technologies, cooling technologies, etc.
Previous contributions: worked on the IA64 processor development in HP-labs Colorado USA. Worked on all major platforms of HP from HP1000, HP3000, HP9000, hard and soft, real time environments and instrumentation, databases, network. Expert in performance tuning and microarchitectures of processors. Give regular talks in many conferences in EMEA on all subjects related to the IT industry. Degree on Computer Sciences from Control Data Corporation Paris 1980. Multiple papers in American Mathematical Society.