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The Chief Hardware System Architect for IBM's Power Processor Based Server and Storage Product Line, he is an IBM Fellow in IBM's Server and Technology Group. He and his team are responsible for establishing and executing the system design of IBM's pSeries and iSeries UNIX product family. In the workplace he has been involved in the design, development and manufacturing of traditional mainframe and UNIX servers for over 26 years in both technical and management roles. His broad and deep skill base has enabled him to create overall hardware design in a fashion unique to the industry and has led to undisputed product excellence. He has a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers University in New Jersey and has completed graduate work in Electrical Engineering at Syracuse University in New York. His technical knowledge extends over the areas of system design, analog design, digital design, control system design, computer engineering, power conversion, cooling design, mechanical design, interconnection engineering, cost engineering, procurement engineering, and manufacturing engineering. In 2007 he was named an IBM Fellow for his instrumental role in the establishment of a leadership product portfolio for IBM System p, System i, and System z. He is credited with many industry advances that have enabled IBM to maintain leadership in the server industry, especially in the areas of packaging density and power efficiency. He has been viewed as an industry expert in the area of high-frequency power conversion, and today he is looked at throughout the IBM Corporation as one of the key architects of future server and storage products.
Noted For:Leader of the team responsible for establishing and executing the system design of IBM's pSeries and iSeries UNIX product family
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