Putting the "Work" Back in "Workstation"

November 20th, 2009 2:39 pm
Posted by Ian Miller
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Just back from SC09 in Portland – lots of "buzz" about Cray there, including our newest addition to the Cray CX family – the Cray CX1-iWS. If you haven't heard about it yet, the iWS is an "integrated workstation" – a Microsoft Windows 7 workstation with a fully integrated HPC cluster running Microsoft Windows HPC Server 2008 – all in a deskside form factor. And with the launch of this product, we bring on board another powerhouse partner – Dell – who will be the exclusive reseller of the CX1-iWS. Go to the Dell site to check it out … http://content.dell.com/us/en/enterprise/hpcc-servers.aspx

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Ian Miller joined Cray in February 2008 and currently heads up Cray’s Productivity Solutions group with the recently introduced Cray CX1 desk side supercomputer – an Intel Cluster Ready product. Mr. Miller also leads Cray’s corporate marketing organization. Prior to joining Cray, he served as the Vice President of Polyserve Software at HP and as Vice President of Worldwide Sales for PolyServe prior to its acquisition by HP. Before joining PolyServe, Mr. Miller was Vice President of Worldwide sales for IBM High End xSeries Servers where he worked for both IBM xSeries and pSeries organizations, with a particular focus on marketing and sales for high end Intel based systems. Prior to IBM, he was Vice President of Global Marketing for Sequent Computer Systems, and Vice President Asia Pacific. Miller has also worked for Software AG as Senior Vice President Asia Pacific, and for Unisys in many capacities, ending as General Manager for Asia South. Mr. Miller is a Graduate of London University.