February 12, 2013
SAN DIEGO, Calif. February 12, 2013 – Tabor Communications Inc., (TCI) a leading international media, advertising, and communications company,announced today the appointment of Richard L. Brandt as Managing Editor for HPCwire.
HPCwire is widely recognized as theleading news and information resource covering the latest advancements in high performance, computational and data-intensive computing globally.
“As an editor and award-winning journalist, Richard is highly regarded across the technology community and beyond”, said Tom Tabor, CEO of Tabor Communications and founder of HPCwire. “His unique background, ranging from chronicling the technological advancements achieved by the pioneers of high-tech to understanding the path towards achieving exascale, Richard is himself a visionary based upon his own experiences. Richard’s appointment to Managing Editor for HPCwire underscores our intention to refresh, renew, and expand the appeal of high performance computing to an even broader audience in the years ahead.”
Richard L. Brandt has been writing about science, technology, business and environmental issues since 1981. He has the distinction of having served as editor-in-chief of Upside magazine for five years, and as a technology correspondent for Business Week magazine for 14 years.
Highly regarded as both a public speaker and commentator, Brandt has won numerous awards, including a National Magazine Award, Atlantic Monthly Award, Computer Press Association Awards, and Maggie Awards, among others. He was a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Science Journalism Fellow with the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Richard studied math and engineering at Harvey Mudd College, and holds a BA in biology from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
HPCwire is the #1 news and information portal covering the fastest computers in the world and the people who run them. With a legacy dating back to 1986, HPCwire continues to be the publication of choice globally by business and technology professionals from academia, government, science, and industry who are interested in high performance and computationally intensive computing. For topics ranging from the latest developments in systems, software, tools and applications, to middleware, networking and storage technologies, HPCwire delivers it all and remains the HPC communities' most reliable and trusted resource. Don't miss a thing - subscribe now to HPCwire's weekly newsletter recapping the previous week's HPC news, analysis and information at: www.hpcwire.com.
About Tabor Communications, Inc.
Tabor Communications, Inc. is a leading international media, advertising, and communications company that provides solutions, news, and information to the High Performance Computing (HPC), big data, green computing, digital manufacturing and cloud computing communities. Publisher of HPCwire, Datanami, Green Computing Report, Digital Manufacturing Report, and HPC in the Cloud, other Tabor Communications companies include Tabor Advertising and Tabor Publications & Events.
Source: Tabor Communications
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