Bob Felderman

Bob Felderman spent time at both Princeton and UCLA before venturing out into the real world. After a short stint at Information Sciences Institute he helped to found Myricom, which became a leader in cluster computing networking technology. After 7 years there he moved to the San Francisco bay area to apply High Performance Computing ideas to the IP and Ethernet space while working at Packet Design and later was a founder of Precision I/O. All of that experience eventually led him to Google where he's a Principal Engineer working on issues in data center networking and general platforms system architecture.

Google Publications


    Jupiter Rising: A Decade of Clos Topologies and Centralized Control in Google’s Datacenter Network

    Arjun Singh, Joon Ong, Amit Agarwal, Glen Anderson, Ashby Armistead, Roy Bannon, Seb Boving, Gaurav Desai, Bob Felderman, Paulie Germano, Anand Kanagala, Jeff Provost, Jason Simmons, Eiichi Tanda, Jim Wanderer, Urs Hölzle, Stephen Stuart, Amin Vahdat

    Sigcomm '15, Google Inc (2015)


    A Guided Tour of Datacenter Networking

    Dennis Abts, Bob Felderman

    Communications of the ACM - ACM Queue, vol. 55, number 6 (2012), pp. 44-51