Hong Liu is a Google Fellow at Systems and Services Infrastructure, where she is involved in the system architecture and interconnect for a large-scale computing platform. Her research interests include high speed signaling, optical architecture and interconnection for datacenter networking and machine learning. Prior to joining Google, Hong was a Member of Technical Staff at Juniper Networks, where she worked on the architecture and design of network core routers and multi-chassis switches. She holds 43 U.S. patents in the areas of photonic devices, datacenter networks, and optical communications. Hong received her Ph.D in electrical engineering from Stanford University, is an OSA Fellow.
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