UNIGROUP GENERAL MEETING
Unigroup's January 2021 meeting will be an invite-only update on Intel Technology, presented by Intel, in the same manner as our past Intel Technology Roadmap presentations. Our speaker is Charles Milo from Intel, who has given us a series of excellent technical presentations in recent years.
This will be Unigroup's third-in-40-years 100% ONLINE meeting. Our thanks go to Intel for helping us set up this ONLINE meeting.
Note: This ONLINE meeting is Unigroup-Invite-Only, and will be open to Unigroup/Unilist members, and at no charge, but RSVPs with working EMails are mandatory, since we will have to send out Virtual Meeting connection information (which is to be kept confidential).
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Location: ONLINE - Instructions will be Emailed to attendees who RSVP, as the meeting approaches.
Topic: Intel Processor/Technology Update and Roadmap
Intel CPU/Processor Architecture, Xeon, Technology Roadmap, Client/Workstation/Server CPUs.
Introduction & Description of Talk:
This talk will be a CPU/Processor and Technology Roadmap talk, similar to past Intel-at-Unigroup talks. More to-be-announced.
References & Web Resources:
Wikipedia on Intel: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel Intel Web Site: http://www.intel.com
Charles Milo - Senior Staff Solution Architect, Principal Engineer, Intel.
[From a prior Unigroup announcement, To-be-updated...]
Charles Milo has been at Intel 20+ years, and is a member of Intel's Senior Staff. Charles covers many of the large financial customers in the NYC area and has been responsible for technical presentations & trainings, benchmarking, performance tuning and competitive analysis and software products and solutions that support Intel architectures. Charles has architected solutions such as Redhat, OpenStack, Openshift, VMware ESXi, Cloud/Container technologies (i.e. Kubernetes, Docker, Mesos, Mesosphere, CoreOS), Big Data (i.e. Cloudera, Spark, Big DL and Storage solutions (i.e. Scale I/O and, Datera) which allows him to design solutions for his FSI customers. In addition, Charles worked closely with each of the cloud service providers such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud & RackSpace. Charles was a keynote speaker at Rackspace 2016 NYC event: http://solve.rackspace.com/speaker/charles-milo-intel/. Charles has been deeply involved in understanding customer issues and provides feedback to Intel architects on the next generation Intel processors. Due to his outstanding knowledge of Intel systems, he has received three of the most prestigious awards from Intel, Intel's Customer Excellence Award, Intel's Achievement Award and Intel's Hall of Fame Award.
Intel Corporation was founded in 1968 and is based in Santa Clara, California. The company designs, manufactures, and sells integrated circuits for computing and communications industries worldwide. Intel is best known for producing the microprocessors used in notebooks, netbooks, desktops, servers, workstations, storage products, embedded applications, communications products, consumer electronics devices, and handhelds. In addition, Intel offers flash memory products primarily used in portable memory storage devices, digital camera memory cards, and solid-state drives; network processors used in networking equipment to manage and direct data moving across networks and the Internet; software products, including operating systems, middleware, and tools used to develop, run, and manage various enterprise, consumer, embedded, and handheld devices. Intel has been the driving force behind the global technology revolution for more than 40 years. Today, Intel is shaping the future with life-enhancing technologies that solve real-world problems and inspire the next generation of innovators.
For further information please visit: http://www.intel.com
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