Goh Eng Lim

Hewlett Packard Enterprise



Goh was awarded the Exceptional Technology Achievement Medal 2019 for his technology contributions to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and for successfully demonstrating the first commercial supercomputing platform in the International Space Station. (Photo: Business Wire, Inc.)

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