Nationally recognized co-founders, Dr. Peter Kogge, Dr. Jay Brockman and Dr. Ed Upchurch, put together a team of world renowned computer architects at Emu Solutions. For the past five years, this team has been developing an Exascale-capable computing architecture designed specifically to tackle the ‘Big Data’ applications that are choking today’s supercomputers.
Emu’s proprietary enhanced memory server technology transforms business processes in fundamental ways by enabling analysis of complex, arbitrarily large, data relationships, with the ability to support real-time updates.
Emu has offices in South Bend, IN and New York, NY.
“Today’s computer architectures are basically the same as they were 50 years ago; no one could have predicted then the vast data sets organizations would employ today – it no longer makes sense to move mountains of data in and out of the CPU’s. At Emu we dared to conceive a computer that addresses this challenge from the ground up.” –Marty Deneroff
Ken Jacobsen, CEO
Ken has more than 35 years of experience building and leading highly technical organizations. Most recently he was the CEO at GreenWave Systems Inc., a large, custom supercomputer engineering company. Previously, he lead all technical efforts at the Morse Project, creating smart devices for the Internet of things, and was the CEO of Foveal Recall Inc., which created specialized software tools for image object characterization and recognition. He has also held the position as EVP of Informatics at Incyte Genomics, and VP of Applications at SGI. Ken holds an undergraduate degree from the California Institute of Technology and a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley.
Marty Deneroff, Chief Operating Officer
Marty’s prior experience includes VP Server and Micro-Processor Engineering at SGI where he was responsible for delivering systems and VP Engineering at D.E. Shaw Research where he was chief architect of the Anton. Marty has 30+ yrs. experience in the industry in a variety of capacities.
Peter M. Kogge Ph.D., Founder, Chief Scientist
Peter is a Chaired Professor in Notre Dame’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering . Peter is an IBM Fellow and the 2012 Seymour Cray Award winner among other awards. Prior to academia, he spent 26 yrs. with IBM research. Peter’s undergraduate degree is from Notre Dame and he has a Ph.D. from Stanford in Electrical Engineering.
Jay Brockman, Ph.D., Founder, Chief Technology Officer
Jay is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and an Associate Dean of the College of Engineering. He spent four years at Intel prior to academia. Carnegie Mellon Ph.D., ND Professor, 4 yr. Senior Product Engineer at Intel, 28 yrs. in academia with most recent 22 years being at Notre Dame.
Richard Sheroff, Vice President of Sales
Richard Sheroff has over 25 years of experience in the computer industry. He was a co-founder and/or executive at several companies including Data General, Cambridge Robotics, MasPar, Convex, Zantaz and OpenText.
Richard and his colleagues were key in developing and deploying the world’s first commercial applications using large-scale parallel processing systems. First, was the interceptor (GBR- Ground Based RADAR) of the Patriot Missile Defense System partnering with Raytheon Corporation. Shortly thereafter, he teamed with Lockheed Martin in the design and successful implementation of the FBI’s IAFIS (Integrated Automated Fingerprinting Identification System) using 128-way parallel computer systems.
Richard has a BS Degree in Engineering from Cornell University.