Principal Analyst, Data Center Compute
Greg covers disruptive trends in data center compute, such as emerging CPU architectures, co-processor adoption for AI and ML, and innovations in Ethernet adapter technology. He also covers CPU offloads and workloads, the adoption of server architecture/standards such as OCP, and evolving requirements for efficiency, automation, disaggregation, and diversity in compute hardware, software, and silicon.
Prior to joining Omdia, Greg delivered strategic and actionable market insights to sales and marketing teams and clients. At Intel for 17 years, he was part of the market sizing and forecasting group, providing data to build multimillion-dollar business cases for new technology products. He also worked at research firms including IDC, Yankee Group, NPD/In-Stat, and Aberdeen Group. Greg holds a Master of Science in computer and information science from Dartmouth College and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Maine, where he earned bachelor’s degrees in business administration/finance and computer science.