Andrew Feldman discusses the Wafer Scale Engine, the largest chip ever built.
Andrew Feldman is founder and CEO of Cerebras Systems, a startup dedicated to accelerating Artificial intelligence (AI) compute. Cerebras is a team of pioneering computer architects, computer scientists, deep learning researchers, and engineers of all types who have come together to build a new class of computer-optimized for AI work. Prior to Cerebras, Andrew was a founder and CEO of SeaMicro. SeaMicro, acquired by AMD for $355 million, was the pioneer in energy efficient computation. SeaMicro invented the microserver category and changed the trajectory of the server industry by creating a new class of the high density, energy-efficient servers. Prior to co-founding SeaMicro, Andrew was Vice President of Marketing and Product Management at Force10 Networks (acquired by Dell for $800 Million) and before that was Vice President of Corporate Marketing and Corporate Development for Riverstone Networks (NASDAQ: RSTN) from inception through IPO.
Andrew is passionate about building teams that solve industry-transforming problems. He is a sought after advisor to startups, and currently serves on the board of directors at Natron Energy and on the advisory board of more than a dozen startups. Andrew is a frequent keynote speaker and guest lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Andrew holds a bachelor’s degree and an MBA from Stanford University.