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Primeur weekly 2019-12-23

Quantum computing

Quantum technology expert to discuss quantum sensors for defense applications at Office of Naval Research ...

Focus on Europe

Fall 2019 edition of the e-IRG Magazine available ...

PRACE to issue Call for Proposals for DECI-16 (Tier-1) ...

Four new members joined the PRACE Training Centres network ...

Middleware

OLCF supercharges supercomputer analytics with Apache Kafka ...

Hardware

Dr. Ken Chang joins Ayar Labs executive leadership team as Senior Vice President of Engineering ...

Tachyum executives excited about company future after success of 2019 ...

Baidu and Samsung Electronics ready for production of leading-edge AI chip for early next year ...

CENIC builds 400G superchannel between Los Angeles and Riverside ...

Gina Tourassi appointed director of ORNL National Center for Computational Sciences ...

Mississippi State University and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration celebrate Orion supercomputer ...

Argonne's Mira supercomputer set to retire after years of enabling groundbreaking science ...

ALCF supercomputers drive scientific discoveries in 2019 ...

Applications

SDSC supercomputer simulations aid in solving boron carbide mystery ...

Skin cancer mystery revealed in Yin and Yang protein ...

HPC pushes cryptography beyond Moore ...

With ADIOS, Summit processes celestial data at scale of massive future telescope ...

In the fight against cancer, ORNL and Stony Brook Cancer Center enlist an advanced neural network ...

Argonne-led team wins technology challenge at SC19 ...

The Cloud

Microsoft and Oracle expand interoperability partnership to Canada ...

Atos acquires Google Cloud Premier Partner Maven Wave ...

Dr. Ken Chang joins Ayar Labs executive leadership team as Senior Vice President of Engineering


16 Dec 2019 Santa Clara - Dr. Ken Chang, former VP of Wired Engineering at Xilinx, has joined Ayar Labs as Senior Vice President of Engineering. Dr. Chang joins Ayar after nine years at Xilinx where he led its SerDes technology group, which delivered industry first 28G KR/CR compliant transceivers for FPGAs and 56G PAM4 and 112G PAM4 transceivers capable of long reach transmission. Prior to that, he was at Rambus for 11 years where he led the development of numerous products and advanced technology development projects, all in the high-speed links domain.

"We're excited to have Dr. Ken Chang join Ayar Labs to lead our growing engineering organisation", stated Charles Wuischpard, CEO of Ayar Labs. "Ken has decades of experience in bringing high speed I/O products to market as well as leading and growing world class engineering organisations. He joins Ayar Labs at a seminal moment as the industry prepares to transition to in-package optical I/O to meet growing workload demands and maintain Moore's Law scaling."

"I believe that silicon photonics is critical for the advancement of high-performance interconnects", stated Dr. Chang. "Ayar Labs has pioneered much of the technology for in-package optical I/O through its development of micro-ring resonator-based electro-optical chiplets that deliver the bandwidth density and energy efficiency in cost effective 2,5/3D packaging solutions to make this future a reality. I am excited to join this very talented and energetic team to bring these transformative innovations to market."

Dr. Chang, an IEEE fellow since 2018, brings a wealth of industry and research experience to Ayar Labs. He has authored or co-authored over 50 technical papers in ISSCC, VLSI, A-SSCC, and JSSC in the area of chip-to-chip interfaces and chip-to-memory. He is also active in the IEEE community and recently served as the technical programme chair and co-chair of the VLSI Circuit Symposium in 2018 and 2017, respectively, and served on the Technical Programme Committee since 2009. He also served on the Technical Programme Committee of ISSCC from 2011-2016 and CICC from 2008-2010.

Dr. Chang holds a B.S degree from National Taiwan University and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University, all in Electrical Engineering.

Source: Ayar Labs

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2019-12-23

Quantum computing

Quantum technology expert to discuss quantum sensors for defense applications at Office of Naval Research ...

Focus on Europe

Fall 2019 edition of the e-IRG Magazine available ...

PRACE to issue Call for Proposals for DECI-16 (Tier-1) ...

Four new members joined the PRACE Training Centres network ...

Middleware

OLCF supercharges supercomputer analytics with Apache Kafka ...

Hardware

Dr. Ken Chang joins Ayar Labs executive leadership team as Senior Vice President of Engineering ...

Tachyum executives excited about company future after success of 2019 ...

Baidu and Samsung Electronics ready for production of leading-edge AI chip for early next year ...

CENIC builds 400G superchannel between Los Angeles and Riverside ...

Gina Tourassi appointed director of ORNL National Center for Computational Sciences ...

Mississippi State University and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration celebrate Orion supercomputer ...

Argonne's Mira supercomputer set to retire after years of enabling groundbreaking science ...

ALCF supercomputers drive scientific discoveries in 2019 ...

Applications

SDSC supercomputer simulations aid in solving boron carbide mystery ...

Skin cancer mystery revealed in Yin and Yang protein ...

HPC pushes cryptography beyond Moore ...

With ADIOS, Summit processes celestial data at scale of massive future telescope ...

In the fight against cancer, ORNL and Stony Brook Cancer Center enlist an advanced neural network ...

Argonne-led team wins technology challenge at SC19 ...

The Cloud

Microsoft and Oracle expand interoperability partnership to Canada ...

Atos acquires Google Cloud Premier Partner Maven Wave ...