INCEP To Support Development of New Small Form-Factor IA-64 Server Prototype By Intel

INCEP focuses on thermal, power, and EMI for high-performance microprocessors.

INCEP Technologies, Inc. today announced that it has signed a prototype development agreement with Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC). Under the terms of the agreement, Intel and INCEP engineering teams are working on the architecture and design of a small form-factor IA-64 server prototype.

INCEP will provide technology to Intel’s Advanced Systems Lab — including thermal management, power delivery, and EMI containment technology — intended to enable development of small form-factor server products.

“We are excited about the opportunity to collaborate with Intel to prototype what we believe will become the prominent internet server architecture worldwide.” said Jim Hjerpe, Vice President of Marketing & Sales, INCEP Technologies, Inc. “This architecture should be well received by the industry.”

“Intel-based servers are one of the core building blocks Intel supplies to support the worldwide Internet economy,” said Tomm Aldridge, of Intel’s Advanced Systems Lab. “Intel will continue to work closely with emerging technology providers, such as INCEP Technologies, to develop and enhance Intel-based servers.”

Jim Kaskade

Jim Kaskade is a serial entrepreneur & enterprise software executive of over 35 years. He recently successfully exited a PE-backed SaaS company, Janrain, in the digital identity security space. He started his career engineering massively parallel processing datacenter applications. Prior to identity, he led a digital application business of over 7,000 people ($1B). Prior to that he led a big data & analytics business of over 1,000 ($250M). He was the CEO of a Big Data Cloud company ($50M); was an EIR at PARC (the Bell Labs of Silicon Valley) which resulted in a spinout of an AML AI company; led two separate private cloud software startups; founded of one of the most advanced digital video SaaS companies delivering online and wireless solutions to over 10,000 enterprises; and was involved with three semiconductor startups (two of which he founded, one of which he sold). Jim has an Electrical and Computer Science Engineering degree from University of California, Santa Barbara, with an emphasis in semiconductor design and computer science; and an MBA from the University of San Diego with an emphasis in entrepreneurship and finance.

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