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Alan Eustace
Google, Inc.

Alan Eustace is Google's VP of Engineering where he is responsible for all aspects of the company's product research and development activities. He joined Google in the summer of 2002. Prior to Google, Eustace spent fifteen years at Digital/Compaq/HP's Western Research Laboratory where he worked on a variety of chip design and architecture projects, including the MicroTitan Floating Point unit, BIPS--the fastest microprocessor of its era. Eustace also worked with Amitabh Srivastava on ATOM, a binary code instrumentation system that forms the basis for a wide variety of program analysis and computer architecture analysis tools. These tools had a profound influence on the design of the EV5, EV6, and EV7 chip designs. Eustace was promoted to director of the Western Research Laboratory in 1999. WRL had active projects in pocket computing, chip multi-processors, power and energy management, internet performance, and frequency and voltage scaling.

In addition to directing Google's engineering efforts, Eustace is actively involved in a number of Google's community-related activities, including those with groups like: The Second Harvest Food Bank; the Anita Borg Scholarship Fund; and the Internet Society (ISOC).

Eustace is an author of nine publications and holds ten patents. He earned a Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Central Florida.

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Sponsors.

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Wink
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Zimbra
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MSN Search
Joyent, Inc.
RealTravel
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Socialtext
Yahoo!
AT&T - The world's networking  company
Sxip Networks
Zvents
Morfik
Fenwick & West LLP
Google
Outcast
NewsGator
Ask Jeeves Inc.
Akamai
Rollyo
Flock


Media Sponsors

Topix
Online Publishers Association
Open Source Technology Group (OSTG)
BlogHer
NYTimes.com
I Want Media
Fast Company
Feedster
boing boing


Spnsor Opportunities

Web 2.0 Sponsor Opportunities--Reach business leaders and technology influencers at the Web 2.0 conference. Call Amber Rattu at 415-905-2647, email or click here for more info.

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