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OpenSolaris & Intel – Greybeards No More

Dave Stewart (Intel)
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“Solaris” conjures up notions of grey-bearded UNIX gurus. Intel is helping to make OpenSolaris cool through excellent support for power savings, graphics and wireless. Beardies beware!

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Dave Stewart

Intel

David Stewart is a software engineering manager at Intel Corporation. David currently manages Team Open Solaris in the Software and Solutions Group. David’s group charter is to ensure that Xeon is the best platform to run Open Solaris. Prior to this role, David held a variety of management positions in Intel’s Desktop Boards and Systems division and Server Products group. Prior to joining Intel in 1997, David held management and engineering positions in consumer software products and server products. David holds a BS in Computer Science and MS in Computer Science from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, which he received in 1983.

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