Supercomputing and Revenue Protection
U.S. Postal Service
Scot Atkins is a Program Manager for the US Postal Service, holds a degree in mathematics and physics, and architects high density supercomputing (HDSC) systems providing world class operational and revenue protection solutions to real-time, big data challenges pushing the limits of volume, velocity, and variation (3V's). Scot has been with the USPS for 20 years as a Program Manager, Operations Research Analyst, and acting Industrial Engineer, and previously served with the US Army as a Special Operations R&D Pilot and Test Officer for 10 years.
Supercomputing and Special Operations have represented the cutting edge in requirements challenges and creative innovation while Revenue Protection and Special Operations have represented the challenge of protecting against persistent threat. Scot has combined these nearly 30 years of experience to provide state-of-the-art IT architectural solutions to what may arguably be one of the world's most voluminous real-time transactional data problems, while dispelling and demystifying the mutually exclusive myth of modern high density supercomputing vs. cloud computing.
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