|When||:||January 28, 2019|
|Event||:||"Greybeards on Storage, Episode 79"|
|Session||:||"GreyBeards talk AI deep learning infrastructure with Frederic Van Haren, CTO & Founder, HighFens, Inc."|
I attended VMworld this year in Las Vegas the week of August 27th, 2018. Like every year there is a lot more going at the conference than just VMware ...
In the early days of High-Performance Computing (HPC) the concept of solving complex problems was driven by how much processing power …
High-Performance Computing (HPC) became popular in the ‘60s with governments and academics. They required to solve large computational …
|Where||:||Las Vegas, NV|
|When||:||June 19, 2018|
|Event||:||Presentation by Pankaj Goyal, HPE VP AI Incubation & Data Center Center Strategy and Frederic Van Haren. HighFens Inc.|
|Session||:||"Making Artificial Intelligence (AI) real: Customer examples of how AI is accelerating business innovation and value"|
|Where||:||Taneja Group, Hopkinton, MA|
|When||:||April 5, 2017 (published July 2017)|
|Event||:||Interview: Taneja Group - HighFens Inc|
|Session||:||"Big Data, HPC and Storage Interview with Frederic Van Haren, HighFens"|
|When||:||May 17 2017|
|Event||:||The Future of Shared Storage|
|Session||:||Keynote speaker - The Future of Shared Storage|
This whitepaper compares the evolution of HPC with that of modern SaaS and other cloud-based Software to better understand the technologies and architectures that will dominate the datacenter in the age of digital transformation.
Coming from the research side in 2005 I wasn't sure what defined HPC and Big Data and how to start. Sure, I had ...
My HPC and Big Data initiation started sometime in September 2005. I was invited to the office of the SVP for R&D for a meeting that took less than five minutes. I still refer to this session as the “monolog.” At that time, I was running product-related R&D groups with a focus on Speech Technologies. Not suspecting a career change I was hoping the meeting would reveal something good like a promotion. Maybe a raise or did I do something wrong? Who knows.