Solarflare to Speak at FCCM and Low-Latency Summit IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/29/13 -- Solarflare, the leading provider of application-intelligent networking I/O, today announced that two company executives will speak at The 21st IEEE International Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines (FCCM) and the Low-Latency Summit. Dave Parry, vice president development, security products, will speak at FCCM to discuss Solarflare's ApplicationOnload Engine (AOE). The AOE is an Open platform for application development for reconfigurable computing that promises to be of the most exciting developments at the symposium. Parry will speak during Solarflare's University Program Breakfast to discuss Solarflare's firmware development kit (FDK) and the company's AOE University Program, announced last Fall. Davor Frank, senior solutions architect, will speak on a panel at Low-Latency Summit to discuss software and hardware techniques for application acceleration for scale out computing. Frank will join executives from Low-Latency.com, Altera, Dell, Intilop and Supermicro on how low-latency meets cloud and big data is playing out. FCCM University Program Breakfast Location: Waterfront Marriott 2100 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98121 Date and Time: Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 8:00 AM PT/ 11 AM ET Speaker: Dave Parry, Vice President Development, Security Products About Dave Parry Dave Parry joins Solarflare with extensive experience managing teams that design and bring to market high-performance server and networking products. Previously, he served in a variety of executive roles at SGI leading engineering and business management efforts for server and storage products. Most recently Parry was senior vice president at SGI responsible for product strategy and roadmap, engineering, marketing and business management for SGI's server product line and applications/performance engineering. Prior to SGI, Parry held various engineering and management positions in microprocessor and computer systems design at MIPS Computer Systems and Hewlett-Packard. He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Low-Latency Summit Panel Location: Convene (formerly Sentry Centers) 730 3rd Avenue New York, NY 10017 Date and Time: Wednesday, May 1st, 2013 8 AM PT/11 AM ET Speakers: Pete Harris, Editor and Publisher, Low-Latency.com (moderator) Davor Frank, Senior Solutions Architect, Solarflare Nick Finamore, Market Development Manager, Altera Robert Hormuth, Senior Distinguished Engineer, Director of Server Technology & Architecture, Office of CTO, Dell Kelly Masood, CEO & CTO, Intilop Bert Shen, Dual Processor Product Manager, Supermicro About Davor Frank Davor Frank is a Senior Solutions Architect at Solarflare Communications. Having joined in October of 2011, he brings to Solarflare over a decade of experience in Investment Banking technology. Davor is currently responsible for application and systems consulting, providing architecture guidance to customers looking to implement Solarflare technologies in their low latency trading infrastructure. Previously, Davor had worked as a systems engineer at Deutsche Bank, more recently focusing on design, implementation and operational support of ultra-low latency systems. About Solarflare Solarflare is the leading provider of application-intelligent networking I/O products that bridge the gap between applications and the network, delivering improved performance, increased scalability, and higher return on investment. The company's solutions are widely used in scale-out server environments such as high frequency trading, high performance computing, cloud, virtualization and big data. Solarflare's products are available from leading distributors and value-added resellers, as well as from Dell, IBM, and HP. Solarflare is headquartered in Irvine, California and operates an R&D facility in Cambridge, UK. Contact: Dean Rodgers Atomic PR for Solarflare 415-593-1400 firstname.lastname@example.org
Solarflare to Speak at FCCM and Low-Latency Summit
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