General Manager, High Performance Computing (HPC) & Mission Critical Solutions (MCS)
Justin leads HPE’s High Performance Computing (HPC) & Mission Critical Solutions (MCS) business group. The HPC and MCS teams provide crucial digital transformation and Artificial Intelligence capabilities to customers who are involved in addressing some of the world’s most complex problems through data intensive workloads. The HPC and MCS portfolio includes Cray, Superdome Flex, Apollo, Moonshot and Edgeline. Justin’s business also includes Hewlett Packard Labs, the central applied research group for the company, established in 1966 by founders Bill Hewlett and David Packard.
While at HPE, Justin has served as President & Managing Director of HPE Japan. In that role, he was responsible for all people and business operations in Japan, overseeing HPE's activity in the region to drive growth across the full portfolio of hardware, software and services. Justin also previously led the Compute Global Business Unit, overseeing the product portfolio and R&D for HPE’s industry standard server portfolio, as well as the go-to-market strategy for the OEM, Service Provider, and Telecommunications segments. Most recently, Justin led pan-HPE transformation efforts to accelerate the company’s as-a-service pivot.
Prior to joining HPE in 2015, Justin was President of NCR Small Business where he scaled the company’s Cloud POS business growing its subscription revenue 10x in under 2 years. At NCR, he also oversaw over $3.5B in acquisitions as VP of Corporate Development and served as the GM of NCR Entertainment where he grew the business before selling it to Outerwall, Inc. Before NCR, he held corporate development and operating positions at Symbol Technologies and Motorola, Inc.
Justin is a member of the board of New H3C Group, a Joint Venture formed between HPE and Unisplendour in 2016, and one of the market leaders in IT infrastructure in China. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Master of Business Administration from the MIT Sloan School of Management.