March 2, 2020, 3:30 – 4:10 PM
Matthew J. Adiletta is an Intel® Senior Fellow and the Director of the Systems Innovation Lab. Based in Massachusetts, he and his team of senior technical leaders are responsible for driving innovations for the Data Platforms Group.
Adiletta joined Intel in 1998 with Intel’s acquisition of Digital Semiconductor as the chief architect of Intel Network Processor Group. In 2001 he was named an Intel Fellow, Director for the Center of Innovation in 2010, and a Senior Intel Fellow in 2015.
Adiletta’s extensive technical contributions include, VAX processor integer and floating point units, an Alpha GaAs implementation, video compression chips, security camera analytics, and network processors, Atom™ processor SOCs, micro-servers and platforms, client compute cards, Bi-endian C-compilers, and encryption, compression, data integrity throughout Intel products
Adiletta has more than 170 granted or pending patents and is the author or co-author of multiple papers published in technical journals. His work has earned him two Intel Achievement Awards, the first in 2001 for IXP1200 network processor and the second in 2009 for the Intel bi-endian C compiler.Adiletta graduated with honors from the University of Connecticut and holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. He was inducted into the university’s Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame in 2005.