New CEO for Interactive Supercomputing

Interactive Supercomputing (ISC) has named Bill Blake as it CEO, taking over from Pete Peterson, ISC’s founder. Blake will be responsible for leading ISC through its next phase of growth as it scales from being a software startup to an established company with a deep customer base. Peterson will remain active in the company, serving as executive chairman of the board.

Blake brings more than 20 years of senior executive experience in developing high-performance computer systems. He joins ISC from Netezza, where he was senior vice president of product development. He was previously vice president of high-performance technical computing at Compaq.

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