Three generations of Alpha microprocessors have been delivered, and two more are under development. In this talk we'll talk about just what has been done to address the promise of scalability.
About the speaker:
Allen Baum has 26 years experience in processor design at Hewlett-Packard, Apple Computer, and Digital Equipment Corp./Compaq, where he has been employed since 1996. He is currently a design engineer in the Alpha Development Group. Earlier he worked on processor and systems architecture for the StrongArm SA1500 at DEC, RISC architecture development for Apple, ARM8 architecture at ARM for Apple, and was one the original PA RISC architecture team at Hewlett-Packard.
At Apple, Allen was architect of the Apple II I/O system and co-author of its monitor ROM. He holds 19 patents in the area of processor architectures.
Allen received his B.S.E.E and M.S.E.E (1974) degrees in electrical engineering from M.I.T.
Allen J. Baum
Compaq Computer Corp.
130 Lytton Ave, UCP-1
Palo Alto, CA 94301