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O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer Conference
Westin St. Francis Hotel -- San Francisco, California
February 14-16, 2001
Bob Knighten is Intel's Peer-to-Peer Evangelist. In that role he directs Peer-to-Peer Architecture in Intel's Microprocessor Research Lab, and is the convenor of the Peer-to-Peer Working Group that was first announced at the Intel Developers Forum in August 2000.
In his nine years at Intel, Mr. Knighten directed the Server Performance Architecture team, was program manager for the ARPA funded Tristar program and spent several years in the Supercomputer Systems Division developing programming models for multicomputers. In that role he was Intelís representative to the High Performance Fortran Forum and the Message Passing Interface Forum, chairman of two POSIX Working Groups and was chairman of the UNIX International Kernel Architecture Working Group.
Before joining Intel, Mr. Knighten was architect for thread libraries at Encore Computer, and designed and built a variety of compilers at Prime Computer and SofTech.
For the first twenty years of his career Mr. Knighten taught mathematics at MIT, University of Chicago, University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Puerto Rico.
Mr. Knighten has Ph.D. and Bachelor degrees in Mathematics, both from MIT.
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