The digital simulation business model is evolving from limited options with high-dollar costs to flexible and simple computing resources available to end-users. Through the BullSequana XH3000, the AI-augmented, energy-efficient hybrid HPC platform, customers can go from any scale to Exascale and be ready for quantum-accelerated hybrid HPC. And with our AI and HPC cloud solutions, customers will be able to run their simulations anywhere and any way they want.
|8:15 – 8:30 AM CEST||Welcome and networking breakfast|
|8:30 – 9:45 AM CEST|
| ||Emmanuel Le Roux and Agnès Boudot|
| ||Eric Eppe|
| ||Cédric Bourrasset|
| ||Steve Hebert|
| ||Andy Grant|
|9:45 – 10 AM||Q&A and networking|
Congress Center Hamburg
Hall Y- Atos Room 1 (2nd floor)
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Emmanuel Le Roux
SVP of HPC, AI, & Quantum within Big Data and Security Division, Atos
Since April 2022, Emmanuel is the Senior Vice President for HPC, AI & Quantum within Big Data and Security Division at Atos. Emmanuel is responsible for the overall Big Data infrastructure portfolio. He leads the development of innovative Big Data Analytics, Machine Learning and AI solutions for the Enterprise market. The global portfolio includes Atos Enterprise Servers (x86, Mainframe), the SAP Hana, Oracle, Hadoop, AI and Analytics appliances as well as the Big Data Software and Services teams.
Emmanuel has many years of experience in the IT and telecoms industry having worked in product management, business development, marketing & sales as well as R&D, architecture & strategy and program management. He is an expert in Big Data solutions (Hadoop, Analytics, ML and AI), IT infrastructure (servers, storage, networking), server virtualization, cloud computing, OS, Database, Middleware, OSS/BSS and Voice over IP technologies.
Global Head of Portfolio & Solutions for HPC and Quantum, Atos
Eric started his career with Alcatel as a CAE System Engineer, then moved to Intergraph as a consultant. He was with SGI for almost 10 years, with Product & business ownership for storage product lines. After starting and managing two companies in the trading business he joined Atos in 2015 as Director of Storage & Data Management for HPC. In 2021 he has been appointed as Global Head of the Quantum Computing Business Unit.
In his role at Atos, Eric has spearheaded the inception of BullSequana XH2000 and BullSequana XH3000 SuperComputers, xStor storage appliances amongst other products.
AI Distinguished Expert, HPC-AI Sales Operations Lead, Atos
After receiving a Ph.D. in Electronics and computer vision in 2016 from the Blaise Pascal University in France defending the dataflow model of computation for FPGA High Level Synthesis problematic in embedded machine learning application, Cedric Bourrasset is now HPC-AI Sales Operations Lead in the Atos HPC, AI & Quantum division, in charge of the Atos Codex AI Suite software solution.
VP and Global Head of Cloud HPC for Atos-Nimbix
Steve Hebert started in technical sales in semiconductors with Texas Instruments after earning his degree in Electrical Engineering from Santa Clara University. Today, he is a technology industry veteran of over 25 years with a strong track record of operational execution and sales growth at both startup and large companies. In 2010, Steve founded cloud supercomputing company, Nimbix, Inc. in Dallas which was acquired in July of 2021 by leading global technology firm, Atos SE based in Paris. Steve now serves as VP and Global Head of Cloud HPC for Atos-Nimbix.
Vice President of Strategic HPC Projects as part of the Global HPC, AI and Quantum team, Atos
Andy has over 25 years’ experience in HPC and has been responsible for many top50 HPC and large-scale AI deployments. In his current role he has responsibility for leading sales for large scale HPC projects across all market sectors and for delivering strategic initiatives.
Prior to this role he ran the HPC, Big Data and cyber security division of Atos in the UK and Ireland and before joining Atos, Andy was head of sales and business development for IBM HPC in the UK&I where he managed sales and technical teams selling complex HPC, Cloud and Big Data solutions. Andy was a founding member of the UK Government’s e-Infrastructure Leadership Council which advises the Government on policy issues related to HPC and Big Data.