Matching Data Workloads with the Right Hardware w/ Steve Orrin

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Matching Data Workloads with the Right Hardware w/ Steve Orrin

Today, on Raw Data by P3 Adaptive, we have the privilege of chatting with Steve Orrin, the Federal Chief Technology Officer at Intel Corporation.

Steve’s role is truly remarkable, as he plays a pivotal part in helping the US government embrace the latest technologies, including artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and high-performance computing. His collaboration with federal agencies enables the translation of cutting-edge tech capabilities into real-world solutions that support their crucial missions. And if that’s not impressive enough, Steve also leads innovation projects that explore the potential of emerging technologies like quantum computing. Wow, talk about an impressive set of credentials!

With nearly two decades of experience at Intel, Steve possesses a wealth of knowledge about the evolving complexity of technology. The intricate web of options and interdependencies can often be overwhelming for many of us. During our conversation, we delve into how this complexity affects progress, particularly when it comes to information sharing and security.

While Steve’s government work mainly involves unclassified discussions, he holds high-level security clearances. His exposure to countless intriguing insights (that he can’t share publicly) adds a 007 layer of intrigue to this conversation. Don’t worry, though, Steve generously provides us with a fascinating glimpse into his work at the intersection of government, technology, and national security. Get ready to enjoy this enlightening discussion!

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Intel and Quantum Computing

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