Andrew Lamb

Chief Architect

Andrew Lamb Chief Architect Nutonian

As Chief Architect, Andrew is responsible for driving the strategy and development of Nutonian's suite of cognitive computing products. Previously, as an Engineering Lead at Vertica (acquired by HP), Andrew designed, implemented and supported the distributed query planning and execution engine, SQL language features and performance optimizations for the flagship Vertica Analytic Database. His work enabled the company to scale from 0 to over 1000 customers and numerous Petabyte deployments.

Prior to Vertica Andrew was a Senior Software Engineer at DataPower (acquired by IBM) where he focused on embedded compilers and low level memory management. Andrew is a graduate of MIT with a masters degree in compilers and the author of 2 granted US patents with several applications pending.