About The Exascale Report
The Exascale Report™ is the first publication to focus squarely on the next great challenge and breakthrough in HPC: exascale levels of computation. This subscription-based newsletter contains hard-to-get, insider’s commentary on the most interesting innovations, activities, accomplishments, and challenges critical to charting the course to exascale computing.
Our mission: produce an informative, stimulating, lively, analytical and independent publication, based on interviews and feature articles that reflect the highly compelling nature and excitement of a global community on a shared quest for exascale-level computation.
Our audience: The thousands of members of the HPC community and the enterprise computing market who are personally and professionally driven to understand and prepare for exascale: what it means to HPC and scientific discovery; the implications for the much broader enterprise market; the influence on peripheral and vertical markets; and what its inevitable impact will be on application developers.
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The Exascale Report is the first publication to focus squarely on the next great challenge in HPC: exascale levels of computation.
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The Exascale Report Team
Bernhardt, a former Intel marketing executive, is a well known HPC communications professional with more than 30 years of strategic marketing and communications experience, of which the past 22 years have been focused on HPC. In 2009, Bernhardt served as the Communications Chair for the ACM/IEEE-sponsored SC conference, SC09, and in 2008, Bernhardt was honored by the conference organizers with the SC Cornerstone Award, recognizing 20 continuous years of involvement with the SC Conference series.
Over the past 15 years, strategic marketing and public relations agencies founded by Bernhardt have been recognized numerous times among the top advertising, marketing and PR firms in Oregon. In 2003, The Bernhardt Agency (TBA) was honored by Oregon Business Magazine as the #1 ranked small business, and for the third year in a row, the top marketing agency to work for in Oregon.
Bernhardt’s background includes a wide range of responsibilities including strategic media relations programs, high-tech writing, reporting, investigative journalism and publishing. Mike can be reached at mikeb@TheExascaleReport.com.
John Barr has joined The Exascale Report™ editorial team as our European correspondent.
Barr is a widely recognized independent industry analyst, formerly Research Director of HPC at the 451 Group, who brings 30 years experience in the HPC industry to the publication.
Barr will provide a European perspective on exascale issues, including coverage of users, vendors, and European Commission funded research programmes.