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    Anthem College Phoenix Graduation Ceremony to Feature Principal Architect of Intel Pentium Processor

    Anthem College Phoenix Graduation Ceremony to Feature Principal Architect of Intel Pentium Processor

    PHOENIX, ARIZ., Dec. 13, 2009 – More than 100 students will take the next step in their careers during graduation ceremonies at Anthem College in Phoenix, scheduled for Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. at Arizona State University West, located at 4701 West Thunderbird Road in Glendale. Of the 106 graduates, 98 are from Anthem College and the remaining eight are graduates from Anthem College Online.

    The featured guest speaker at the ceremonies will be Dr. Donald Alpert, who possesses an array of education and experience in the field of microprocessor technologies. With more than 20 years of experience in leadership development in microprocessors and chipsets at Zilog, National Semiconductor, and Intel Corporation, Dr. Albert was the principal architect of Intel's Pentium Processor. He currently holds more than 30 patents associated with microprocessors and has taught graduate-level classes in computer architecture at Stanford, Tel Aviv University in Israel, and Arizona State University.

    Dr Alpert received his B.S.E.E. degree from MIT, and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University. He is a member of the ACM and IEEE, where he has served as chair of IEEE Technical Committee on Microprocessors and Microcomputers.

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