Rob Hays CEO & President, Atom Computing, will give special keynote on “The Path to Quantum Value”, May 12 at IQT-San Diego Quantum Enterprise
(IQT-SanDiego) Rob Hays CEO & President, Atom Computing, will give a Special Keynote Presentation “The Path to Quantum Value”, Thursday, May 12, at 1:50 pm.
Rob Hays is CEO and President of Atom Computing, a quantum computing hardware company building the world’s most scalable quantum computers out of optically trapped neutral atoms.
Rob has over 20 years of technology leadership, pushing the limits of compute performance and partnering with the world’s largest technology providers to deliver computing platforms that accelerate innovation. Prior to joining Atom Computing, Rob was Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer for Lenovo’s Infrastructure Solutions Group where he led the growth and profitability strategy for Lenovo’s data center products and services. Rob also served at Intel, where he was Vice President and General Manager responsible for leading Intel’s Xeon processor roadmaps, resulting in a period of unprecedented market leadership.
Rob is a recognized industry leader who has contributed to multiple IEEE 802.3 standards, was a founding board member of the Ethernet Alliance, and the executive sponsor for the creation of the Compute eXpress Link (CXL) standard and consortium. He currently serves on the Steering Committee of the OECD AI Compute Task Force, defining international standards for measuring AI performance and capacity at the institutional and national level.
Rob holds a Bachelor of Computer Engineering degree from Georgia Tech and two U.S. Patents.
Atom Computing is a Silver Sponsor for IQT-San Diego Quantum Enterprise and a Special Presentation Sponsor.
Inside Quantum Technology San Diego is the first international conference devoted entirely to the QUANTUM ENTERPRISE. IQT Research has forecast that the great leap forward for quantum technology will take place as quantum computing and quantum safe environments are adopted in businesses and government organizations. As this happens the IT community and data communication firms will embrace the quantum paradigm and expenditures from the new QUANTUM ENTERPRISE sector will then take the great leap forward. Nine vertical topics encompassing 34 sessions from over 80 speakers will provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the state of the QUANTUM ENTERPRISE.
Sandra K. Helsel, Ph.D. has been researching and reporting on frontier technologies since 1990. She has her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona.