Richard Russell focuses on communicating the benefits of deep link analytics. He’s experienced at developing new markets for technology, setting up distribution channels and international operations.
Dick has a deep knowledge and understanding of the ingestion of big datasets into property graphs that stay persistent in memory as required to complete advanced data discovery applications/searches for patterns of interest in domains ranging from life sciences to cybersecurity.
Dick’s most recent work was at DOE’s Pacific Northwest Laboratory (PNNL) where he helped create the Northwest Institute for Advanced Computing (NIAC), a joint institute of PNNL and UW, established in 2013. His experience in high performance computing and supercomputers pre-dates his immigration to the U.S. from England. He joined Cray Research in its early startup days as a technical writer communicating the benefits of vector processing the Cray-1 computer. Dick started work in a similar role at Tera Computer, where he was promoted into sales when the company acquired remnants of Cray Research from SGI and formed Cray Inc.
Dick received a Bachelor’s Degree in Classical Studies from the University of Washington (UW).