Jeremy Schaub is a researcher at the IBM Austin Research Lab in Austin, TX, where he tests specialized computer systems that analyze large amounts of data. Recently, he has tested the performance of the new Power8 server attached to a huge amount of flash memory, using a special interface called CAPI (coherent attached processor interface). This CAPI interface allows programmers to use 40 Terabytes of flash memory, in many ways, like system memory (i.e. DRAM). He also built a web app using node.js app to showcase the system performance.
In the past, he designed and tested computer chips built around high performance SRAM memory cells. Prior to moving to Austin in the summer of 2004, he worked at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, NY. There, he built and measured high bandwidth communication links based on optical fiber technology. He also helped design electrical receivers as well as silicon-based photodetectors for 4 years. In 2000, he completed a Ph. D. in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, where he worked under Professor Joe Campbell. In 1995, he earned a Bachelor of Engineering Science from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX. Jeremy has authored or co-authored >50 publications and >25 patents.