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Charles Webb 82 has been named an IBM Fellow, IBM Corporations most prestigious technical honor. Only 175 individuals have earned this designation in the companys history. IBM Fellows are encouraged to further enhance their potential for creative achievements and typically work on special projects or research initiatives that lead the company in new directions.
Webb works in eServer processor design, IBM Systems Group, at Poughkeepsie, N.Y. He has led the reinvention of IBMs eServer zSeries microprocessor designs and roadmap, including the z900 server, where he provided the bridge among architecture, hardware, compilers, and system software, defining major portions of the 64-bit architecture and beyond.
Webb earned his B.S. and master of engineering degrees in computer and systems engineering from Rensselaer in 1982 and 1983, respectively. He has 56 patents, has received four IBM Outstanding Innovation Awards and two IBM Corporate Awards, and was elected by his peers to the IBM Academy of Technology in 1997.