Name: Steve Ralston
Member since: 2002-02-16 22:19:34
Last Login: 2009-07-09 08:34:06


Embedded RAID application firmware development experience in VxWorks environment. Fibre Channel and SCSI embedded firmware developer and Linux SCSI/Fibre Channel/LAN host device driver architect and developer. Formerly dedicated to Linux device driver development using a highly modular architecture (inspired totally by Alan Cox's linux i2o driver suite architecture) which provides a layered suite of concurrent SCSI/Fibre Channel and LAN protocol drivers. These drivers were developed and coded by a small group of LSI Logic employees and support various new generation Fusion MPT(TM) architecture Fibre Channel and Ultra SCSI (U320) host adapter boards.

Former LSI Logic employee (18+ years).

Laid-off [1] Jan. 16, 2002.
Laid-off [2] Jun. 26, 2007.

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