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CUG 2020 - Special Virtual Event
This virtual event is taking place instead of the live conference in Auckland, due to borders being closed and the world-wide Covid-19 situation.

We will start with a 1:100 session with Pete Ungaro, where there will be a live Q&A session. You will have the opportunity to ask live audio questions and also via the Q&A option. Please note, you will need to be logged in via the Zoom app or online to ask questions - this functionality is not possible via the dial in option.

Within the registration form there is a CDA that you need to agree to, without this you will be unable to join the CUG Webinar. This CDA is displayed on the CUG website so please copy and paste the link in the form into your browser in order to view the CDA.

For both the 7am PST and 6pm PST events, we will also have a few updates from the CUG President including the 2020 Election Results and the details for CUG 2021. We will also have an update from the VP about the Special Edition Call for Papers publication and Best paper award. These will be immediately following Pete's 1:100 live session.

We look forward to seeing you all there!
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Pete Ungaro
Senior Vice President & General Manager - High Performance Computing & Mission Critical Solutions business @Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
Pete Ungaro serves as a Senior Vice President and General Manager of the High Performance Computing and Mission Critical Solutions business and Hewlett Packard Labs at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), since HPE’s acquisition of Cray Inc. in September 2019. Ungaro’s business group also includes Artificial Intelligence and Converged Edge Systems. Prior to the acquisition, Ungaro served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Cray since 2005. Ungaro was named CEO of the Year for 2006 by Seattle Business Monthly magazine for his leadership in turning around the company and in 2013, Bloomberg named him #4 on their list of “Top Tech Turnaround Artists” for generating a total shareholder return of over 361% since becoming CEO of Cray. Before joining Cray, Ungaro served as Vice President of Sales for Worldwide Deep Computing at IBM. Ungaro received a B.A. in business administration from Washington State University.