Steve Reinhardt, Martin Gollery

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Interactive Supercomputing has announced that Steve Reinhardt, formerly of Cray Research and SGI, has joined the company as vice president of joint research.
 
Reinhardt’s accomplishments span development of the first UNIX-based supercomputers at Cray in the mid-1980s to the pioneering of shared- and distributed-memory parallel programming environments. In his new position, Reinhardt will head ISC's funded research efforts.
 

 

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