Trey is a member of ACM (Association of Computing Machinery) and makes time through regular interaction with ISVs to better understand new developments and customer use-cases within the industry and academia.
Ross is on the board of ML Commons, focusing on machine learning benchmarking and best practices, and served as a Fort Collins, Colo. City Council member for eight years, where among other activities, he helped push through an initiative to create a municipally-owned internet utility.
As chair of the SPECwpc Committee, Anshu is determined to make the next version of SPECworkstation easier to use and ensure it supports the latest advances in workstation-class hardware. He joined SPEC in 2018 to focus on SPECworkstation because he had started using the benchmark at AMD, where he is the technical lead for a software performance analysis team focused on ensuring that software runs fast on AMD’s latest CPUs. Since joining SPECwpc, Anshu has worked to ensure SPECworkstation is updated to support new products, including ensuring that the SPECworkstation 3.0.4 update offered expanded support for CPUs with more than 64 threads, so it would support modern workstation CPUs that go up to 128 threads. He has also focused on encouraging more participation from more companies as the fundamental way to make SPEC benchmarks even better and more trusted.