Ted Willke

Ted Willke

Ted Willke is a Principal Engineer with Intel and the General Manager of the Graph Analytics Operation in Intel Labs. Before joining Intel Labs in 2010, Ted spent 12 years working on server I/O technologies and standards within Intel’s product and pathfinding organizations. He holds a Doctorate in electrical engineering from Columbia University.

Pigs can build graphs too for graph analytics

Today, my team is announcing a major update to Intel® Graph Builder for Apache Hadoop* software, our open source library that structures big data for graph-based machine learning and data mining. This update will help data scientists accelerate their time-to-insight by making graph analytics easier to work with on big data systems. We believe that […] Read more >

Disruptive technologies to unlock the power of Big Data

This week’s announcement by Intel that it’s expanding the availability of the Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop* software to the US market is seriously exciting for the employees of this semiconductor giant, especially researchers like me.  Why?  Why would I say this given the amount of overexposure that Hadoop has received?  I mean, isn’t this […] Read more >