Moore’s Law and the Future of Computing
Jim Keller , Silicon Engineering Group, Intel
December 2, 2019 | Future Compute
Moore’s Law continues to fuel innovation, resulting in increased scaling and complexity. Jim Keller, SVP and General Manager at Silicon Engineering Group, Intel, looks at how abstraction at this level can empower powerful and efficient compute.
Jim Keller , Senior Vice President and General Manager, Silicon Engineering Group, Intel
Jim Keller is a senior vice president and General Manager of the Silicon Engineering Group (SEG) at Intel Corporation. Jim has more than 20 years of experience in x86 and ARM-based microarchitecture design across a broad range of platforms, including PCs, servers, mobile devices, and cars. Before joining Intel, he served as vice president of Autopilot and Low-Voltage Hardware in Tesla. Prior to Tesla, he served as corporate vice president and chief cores architect at AMD, where he led the development of the Zen architecture. He also previously held the role of vice president of Engineering and chief architect at P.A. Semi, which was acquired by Apple Inc. in 2008. He led Apple’s custom low power, mobile chip efforts with the original A4 processor that powered the iPhone 4, as well as the subsequent A5 processor. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Pennsylvania State University.
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