The incessant pursuit in the Exascale journey

Atos Experts Webinar

The incessant pursuit in the Exascale journey

The Exascale journey entails multiple challenges than just delivering exaflop performance.

Why join:

  • Listen to the Atos’ perspective in Exascale
  • Be inspired by the deployment in large-scale EuroHPC projects
  • Understand why and how to extract value from hybrid HPC
  • Unlock the potential from high-performance AI today and tomorrow
  • Exchange, dialogue, and share!

Register to our webinar and learn how Atos delivers large-scale HPC deployments in 2021, empowering our customers for unprecedented performance at reduced TCO.


Strategic and business updateAgnès Boudot
Tackling the Exascale challengesJean-Pierre Panziera
Engaging on HPC-as-a-ServiceSteve Hebert
ThinkAI – now and tomorrow!Cédric Bourrasset
Q&A Session
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Agnès Boudot

Senior Vice President for HPC, AI and Quantum, Atos

Agnès Boudot is the Senior Vice President for HPC, AI and Quantum Business Line within Big Data & Security Division at Atos since January 2017. She oversees the HPC and Quantum business for Atos group, she owns the portfolio definition and manages the HPC & Quantum sales and support Operations worldwide. Before taking this position, Agnès led the HPC Sales for France, working on developing the HPC business on major accounts such as CEA, GENCI, Météo France,… Before joining Bull (now part of the Atos Group) in 2010, Agnès worked for Cray and SGI (now part of HPE) for 20 years and grew her experience in HPC in different Technical and Sales support positions, from Software System engineer to Presales Manager for Europe. Agnès started her career at CEA as a System Software specialist in 1990.

In parallel to her current HPC, AI and Quantum leadership role, Agnes Boudot is also CTO for the Public Sector & Defense Industry since February 2020

Cédric Bourrasset

HPC-AI Sales Operations Lead in the Atos HPC, AI & Quantum division, 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, Cédric 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.

Steve Hebert

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.

Jean-Pierre Panziera

Chief Technology Director for Extreme Computing, Atos

Jean-Pierre Panziera is the Chief Technology Director for Extreme Computing at Atos. He is also the Chairman of the ETP4HPC association and of the EuroHPC Research and Innovation Advisory Group (RIAG). He started his career in 1982 developing new algorithms for seismic processing in the research department of the Elf-Aquitaine oil company. He then moved to the Silicon valley as an application engineer and took part in a couple of startup projects, including a parallel supercomputer for Evans & Sutherland in 1989. During the following 20 years, he worked for SGI successively as application engineer, leader of the HPC application group and Chief Engineer. In 2009, he joined Bull, now an Atos company, where he is responsible for the HPC developments. Jean-Pierre holds an engineer degree from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris.

Date and location

16 November 2021
8:30 am – 9:30 am CST
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm CET