SECO S.p.A. (Italy) - The amount of data generated by IoT sensors and AI endpoints means that more processing power is needed closer to the point of application - at the edge or near the edge in the fog.
Edge and fog computing minimize networking costs, connectivity, latency, and security issues associated with transmitting a large amount of information to a data center or the cloud.
Join the architects of the PICMG COM-HPC® spec for a deep dive into the latest industry standard for high-performance computing in the fog or at the edge. Also learn how you can leverage this technology in complex high performance embedded edge or fog computing applications, AI inferencing, IoT analytics, 5G networking, and beyond.
Christian Eder is Director Marketing at Congatec and Chairman of the PICMG Sub-Committee for COM-HPC. Eder has 30 years of embedded computing experience and is one of the founders of Congatec. He holds a degree in electrical engineering from the Regensburg University of Applied Sciences.
Matthew Burns develops go-to-market strategies for Samtec’s Silicon to Silicon solutions. Over the course of 20+ years, he has been a leader in design, technical sales and marketing in the telecommunications, medical and electronic components industries. Mr. Burns holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University.
Rodney Feldman is VP Business Development & Marketing at SECO USA, responsible for product definition, roadmaps, systems engineering, and marketing. With over 25 years of engineering management and design experience across diverse technology and market segments, serving at defense, aerospace, and industrial companies, Rodney has a unique understanding of technology that drives embedded high-performance computing and edge product. He is an inventor or co-inventor of nine U.S. patents involving digital camera and display technologies. Rodney received his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.