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Jim Keller Biography
Jim Keller is an American microprocessor engineer who is famous for his work at AMD and Apple. He was the lead architect of the AMD K8 microarchitecture.
He was also involved in the designing of the Athlon(K7) and Apple A4/A5 processors. He graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a B.S in Electrical Engineering.
Jim Keller Age | Jim Birthday
He has kept his age to be private and no sources whatsoever have information on his age.
Jim Keller Education | Jim Keller Degree
He graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a B.S in Electrical Engineering.Jim Keller
Jim Keller Wife
He is married to Bonnie Peterson who is the sister to a clinical psychologist, Jordan Peterson.
Keller Salary | Jim Keller Intel Salary
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Jim Keller Career
Jim worked at DEC until 1998, where he was engaged with structuring the Alpha 21164 and 21264 processors. In 1998 he moved to AMD, where he attempted to dispatch the AMD Athlon (K7) processor and was the lead draftsman of the AMD K8 microarchitecture, which additionally included planning the x86-64 guidance set and HyperTransport interconnect essentially utilized for multiprocessor correspondences.
In 1999, he left AMD to work at SiByte to plan MIPS-based processors for 1 Gbit/s arrange interfaces and different gadgets. In November 2000, SiByte was procured by Broadcom, where he proceeded as a boss designer until 2004.
In 2004 he moved to fill in as the Vice President of Engineering at P.A. Semi, an organization having some expertise in low-control versatile processors.
In mid-2008 Keller moved to Apple. P.A. Semi was gained by Apple in the blink of an eye a short time later, rejoining Keller with his earlier group from P.A. Semi. The new group attempted to plan the Apple A4 and A5 framework on-a-chip versatile processors. These processors were utilized in a few Apple items, including iPhone 4, 4S, iPad and iPad 2.
In August 2012, Jim Keller came back to AMD, where his essential assignment was to plan another age microarchitecture called Zen. Following quite a while of being not able to rival Intel in the top of the line CPU showcase, the new age of Zen processors is wanted to reestablish AMD’s situation in the top of the line x86-64 processor advertise.
On September 18, 2015, Keller left from AMD to seek after different chances, finishing his three-year work at AMD. In January 2016, Keller joined Tesla, Inc. as Vice President of Autopilot Hardware Engineering. In April 2018, Keller joined Intel.
Jim Keller Intel
Keller joined Intel from Tesla in April 2018. He is now the senior vice president in the Technology, Systems Architecture and Client Group(TSCG) and also the general manager of the Silicon Engineering Group( SEG) at Intel Corporation. Jim is responsible for architecting the silicon engineering organization within TSCG using his experience.
Jim Keller AMD
He moved to AMD in 1998 where he launched the AMD Athlon(K7) processor and he was the lead architect of the AMD K8 microarchitecture. This included the X86-64 set and HyperTransport interconnect mainly used for multiprocessor communications. He left AMD in 1999. He returned to AMD in August 2012 and designed a new generation microarchitecture, ZEN. He left AMD again on September 18th, 2015.
Jim Keller Elon Musk
After Jim left Tesla, Elon Musk said that he left because he was going to pursue his dream of redesigning how server architecture works. He continued to say that his departure didn’t affect the project he was involved in any way.