"Tony is an extraordinary talent", stated Andrew Feldman, CEO and Co-Founder of Cerebras. "He brings to Cerebras a wealth of experience born from decades of financial leadership, rich relationships across the finance landscape, and extensive goodwill and trust on Wall Street. We couldn't ask for a better leader for our finance organisation."
Prior to Cerebras, Tony Maslowski served as senior vice president and CFO at Broadcom. He joined Avago in 2006, and during his decade-long tenure, which included Avago acquiring LSI and Broadcom, he rose to the position of CFO. Prior to Avago, he served as CFO for Allegro Manufacturing, as well as holding senior finance management positions at Lam Research and Hitachi Data Systems.
"I am honoured to join the Cerebras team and to support its mission of bringing the fastest AI computers in the industry to leading organizations worldwide", stated Tony Maslowski. "I look forward to helping Cerebras continue to grow at a rapid rate as we bring our pioneering technology to new markets and solve some of the largest AI problems in the world."
Tony Maslowski joins Cerebras at a time of rapid expansion. Last month, Cerebras opened new offices in Tokyo, Japan and Toronto, Canada. In addition, Cerebras recently announced wins for its flagship product, the CS-1, at some of the largest computer facilities in the U.S., including Argonne National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) for its groundbreaking Neocortex AI supercomputer, and most recently, at pharmaceutical leader GlaxoSmithKline. The Cerebras CS-1 was also selected this year as one of Fast Company's Best World Changing Ideas and a winner of IEEE Spectrum's Emerging Technology Awards.