Peter has a long history in the semiconductor industry, with 20 years at Intel as a software architect, hardware architect, and integration lead. His most significant contributions include driving power convergence for HPC product lines, and developing power-aware CAD tools and methodologies that have been used at Intel for over a decade. In early 2014, Peter left Intel and entered the Portland-area startup scene, working in diverse areas such as IoT wearables and fashion technology. In 2015, Peter took the job as Director of Software Engineering at EEMBC, and was named President/CTO by the board in late 2017. Under his leadership, EEMBC has launched working groups to bolster the capabilities of existing benchmarks, while researching and developing new performance standards for today’s disruptive technologies, including security, IoT, ADAS, machine learning, and more.
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