Dhiraj Mallick, Intel, Vice President, Data Center Group

Dhiraj Mallick is vice president in the Data Center Group and general manager of the Innovation, Pathfinding and Architecture Group (IPAG) at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for driving the technical direction, thought leadership and architectures that will deliver next-generation data center technologies and innovations. This includes technology areas of big data, deep learning, security and software defined data centers. He is also responsible for defining the technology solutions for servers, storage and network infrastructure to meet the needs of end users. Before joining Intel, Mallick served as corporate vice president and general manager of AMD’s Data Center Server Solutions business. In this role, he expanded the group’s vision from micro servers to private cloud infrastructure and drove business growth through new design wins with top-tier service providers and SaaS customers. He also built a top-tier leadership team and industry partnerships to execute on this vision. Prior to AMD, Mallick was at SeaMicro, serving as the company’s vice president of Engineering, contributing to the development of fabric-based infrastructure with industry-leading density and power efficiency. Before that, he was vice president of Engineering at DDR memory buffer startup MetaRAM. An experienced leader in business management, engineering and product development, Mallick is an influencer and contributor in the industry, and serves on the board of directors for network-on-chip interconnect IP company Arteris, as an advisor to The Fabric, an infrastructure incubator, and as a strategic advisor to the consumer startup Lully. Mallick holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Rochester and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.

Dhiraj Mallick, Intel, Vice President, Data Center Group

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