Cloud is becoming a dominant consumer of servers, but current computing technology are not satisfying cloud’s dire need for higher performance per watt performance per square foot and performance per $. Server processors consume too much power and their roadmaps do not scale performance at the rate required by cloud. To satisfy the cloud requirements there needs to be a fundamental change in processors architecture but with the same exact programming model. With a standard Linux environment, performance at or higher than today’s servers, a fraction of the space and a fraction of the power, Tilera-based servers provide the right answer to cloud datacenters requirements. In this workshop we will provide an overview of a server based on Tilera processors and how customers are using it to run multiple applications including memcached and LAMP stack applications.
Mr. Bailey has more than 20 years of experience in marketing and embedded systems development. Prior to joining Tilera, he spent 4 years as Vice President of Marketing Strategy at Shell Energy with responsibility for developing the marketing and sales organizations. Troy started his 10-year career at Motorola in wireless product development. He then joined Motorola’s Semiconductor business where he managed the development of Java for embedded systems in partnership with Sun. In his final role at Motorola, he led marketing strategy for wireless semiconductors. Troy holds 4 patents, a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington, an MS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and a MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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