- Tom Coull, President and Chief Executive Officer
- Lisa Cummins, Chief Financial Officer
- Matt Jacobs, Sr. Vice President Worldwide Sales
- Philip Pokorny, Chief Technology Officer
- Andreas Junge, Senior Vice President of Engineering and Operations
Tom Coull joined Penguin Computing in December 2008 with 22 years of CEO and GM experience at startup and mid-stage public and private technology companies. At Penguin, Coull has been responsible for engineering, product development, services, support and the growth of Penguin’s HPC Cloud business. A seasoned general manager with broad high-performance computing expertise and a successful background in bringing innovative products to market, Coull will guide the company’s strategy as it continues to grow revenues and capture market share.
Lisa joined Penguin in October 2012 as Chief Financial Officer, after serving as Adept Technology’s Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for five years. Adept Technology is a publicly traded, global leading provider of intelligent vision-guided robotics systems and services. Lisa brings over 20 years of experience in varying financial roles with a thorough knowledge of mergers & acquisitions and corporate fundraising via debt and equity. Before joining Adept, Ms. Cummins served as Assistant Corporate Controller with Pacer International, Inc., a publicly-traded logistics and intermodal freight transportation provider. From 2001 to 2005, Ms. Cummins held several different financial positions, with APL & APL Logistics, independent units of Neptune Orient Lines Limited, a global transportation and logistics company. Ms. Cummins started her career obtaining her CPA from Ernst & Young in San Francisco. She has an MBA from St. Mary’s College in Moraga, California, and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara, CA.
Matt joined Penguin Computing in June 2000 with an extensive sales and product marketing background. In his 14-year tenure at Penguin, Matt has been responsible for setting and executing the company’s HPC strategy from product to industry ecosystem to sales and marketing. Prior to joining Penguin, Matt served as the Western Regional Sales Manager for the Server and Storage division of American Megatrends, Inc. There, he significantly increased AMI’s presence in the Western U.S. and was instrumental in the formation of the company’s Linux strategy. He holds a B.A. from the University of Georgia.
Philip Pokorny is responsible for all aspects of the Penguin Computing hardware products. After joining the company in February, 2001 as an engineer, he has steadily taken on more responsibilities. He brings a wealth of both customer and engineering experience to the design, development and support of Penguin Computing products. Prior to Penguin Computing, he spent 14 years in various engineering and system administration roles with Cummins, Inc. and Cummins Electronics. At Cummins, Pokorny participated in the development of internal network standards, deployed and managed a multisite network of multiprotocol routers and supported a diverse mix of office and engineering workers with a variety of server and desktop operating systems. He has contributed code to Open Source projects, including the Linux kernel, lm_sensors and LCDproc. Philip graduated in 1987 from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with BS degrees in Math and Electrical Engineering, and a second major in Computer Science.
Andreas joined Penguin Computing in March of 2005 as the manager of the hardware engineering and the Scyld software development team before taking on the responsibilities of SVP Operations and hardware engineering.
In a career spanning more than 25 years, Andreas has managed a variety of software and hardware engineering groups. While working for Atlantis Technologies as Software Development Manager Andreas designed and deployed large scale call centers in a partnership with Siemens/Rolm for large healthcare organizations throughout the US, including Kaiser Permanente.
As the Director of Network Operations of Opengrid, Inc., Andreas designed and deployed highly reliable and scalable mobile messaging and transaction platforms for StarFish Software, Motorola and the Hilton Hotels mobile reservations system.
A native of Hamburg, Germany, Andreas moved to the Bay Area to be the General Manager for OpenOffice until it was sold to Sun Microsystems.
Andreas graduated from the Hamburg School of Business, specializing in computer science for business applications.