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One of six people who earned the coveted distinction of IBM Fellow on May 25, 2010, he was recognized for his technical leadership and innovations in microprocessor design and architecture. One of his more significant achievements was serving as the technical leader behind a four-year project that resulted in the first processor to break the one gigahertz barrier, a milestone that attracted more client interest for IBM systems and formed the foundation for the company's highly valued Power systems portfolio. His innovative leadership has expanded the bounds for microprocessor, semiconductor and packaging applications. Presently, he is applying his technical leadership through the architecture of the next-generation wire speed processors and modular 3D design techniques for building IBM's next generation systems. The IBM Fellows program is its most prestigious technical honor; acknowledging their important industry-leading innovations and collaboration with clients and business partners worldwide.
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    Leader behind a project that resulted in the first processor to break the one gigahertz barrier, a milestone that formed the foundation for IBM system’s highly valued Power systems portfolio
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