Penguin Computing Names Dan Stuart as Vice President of Technology for the Company’s Federal Systems Division
FREMONT, CA; December 3, 2015… Penguin Computing, a provider of high-performance computing, enterprise data center and cloud solutions, today announced that veteran computer technologist Dan Stuart is the company’s new Vice President of Technology for its Federal Systems Division. In this newly created position, Stuart will lead solutions architecture and planning for the federal markets. He joins Penguin Computing from IBM, where he was a Consulting Engineer directing server and storage solutions for the IBM Federal Department of Defense business. “Dan has decades of experience working with federal customers and understands the landscape and the unique needs of the sector,” said Sidney Mair, Senior Vice President of Federal Systems, Penguin Computing. “Decision makers in the federal market know and trust Dan based on his record of success over many years.” Stuart’s expertise includes engineering complex solutions for the distribution, transformation and analysis of large amounts of data requiring real-time action. He has led vendor teams that have supported and delivered solutions via prime contractors or direct sales in classified and unclassified programs. Delivered solutions include HPC clusters, satellite ground stations, launch control systems, RADAR systems, worldwide retail systems, and military logistics systems.