Sam Mahalingam

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Sam joined Altair in 1994 and worked on various products and projects both in the custom services and product teams. He is currently the Chief Technical Officer for Altair’s cloud computing and high-performance computing strategy, with the primary responsibility of applying the newer cloud and mobile technologies to the digital simulation, high performance computing world and identifying and mentoring talented individuals within the organization. He holds a bachelor of engineering degree in Computer Science and Engineering and executive masters of business administration from the Indian School of Business.

Empowering Everyone with Augmented Analytics

As I highlighted in my previous blog post, augmented analytics is one of the current tech trends I’m particularly enthusiastic about. And I’m far from alone. Since the term was coined by Gartner back in 2017, augmented analytics has gained … Read More

Combining Technologies to Grow in a Connected World

Throughout history, trends have challenged us to re-think best practices and consider new methods. This is no different today as we consider the rapid advancements in technology and connectivity. Approaching quickly and growing like a wave, digital transformation is imminent, … Read More

Data Analytics Predictions for 2020

As a technology company, Altair is always anticipating trends and industry movements. Constantly moving forward, we set our goals to improve the way business is done for our customers. Data analytics solutions give companies the tools to make smarter, more … Read More

Top 3 HPC and Cloud Predictions in 2020

As the decade has closed, we are now at a point when high-performance computing (HPC) and cloud work together to power solutions that lead companies to innovate better products and unearth new discoveries. HPC in the cloud is an increasingly … Read More

Inside Supercomputing 2013

The Supercomputing (SC) Conference is one of those rare events that are less about profit and more about seeking and sharing knowledge.  Sponsored by two special interest groups (SIGs) of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), ACM SIGARCH (Computer Architecture) … Read More