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Len Brown

Len maintains the Linux Kernel ACPI subsystem, and co-maintains the Linux Kernel Suspend subsystem. He is a Principal Engineer with Intel's Open Source Technology Center. Having been at Intel for over 15-years, he's worked on operating systems, performance tuning, and new hardware bring-up on supercomputers, servers, and network processors. Previously, Len spent 5-years at Sun Microsystems porting kernels, bringing up new systems, and tuning performance. Len has an MSEE in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and a BSEE from Tufts University.



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