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Monday, August 27 • 11:25am - 12:05pm
Open System Firmware Projects - Elaine Palmer, IBM Research

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Three industry groups are pursuing the goal of creating open source system firmware. They seek to improve the openness, portability, security, and maintainability of boot firmware, device firmware, and system management firmware. A panel of passionate trailblazers will describe their efforts and the groups and organizations supporting them.

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Elaine Palmer

Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center and IBM Academy of Technology
I work on secure (verified) and trusted (measured) boot firmware. My background is in device ownership transfer, hardware security modules, smart cards, FIPS 140-2, and security evaluations.

Speakers
avatar for Bryan Kelly

Bryan Kelly

Principal Firmware Engineering Manager, Microsoft
Bryan Kelly is a Principle Firmware Engineering Manager for Microsoft’s Azure Cloud Server Infrastructure team. Bryan supports Microsoft’s cloud services by designing and developing firmware that enables hardware solutions in Microsoft’s next generation cloud platforms. During... Read More →
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Nate Klein

OCP Security Project Lead, Google
Nate Klein is a hardware engineer on the Platforms Infrastructure team that designs and deploys all of the hardware that powers Google's internal and cloud services.  In 6 years at Google his work includes NIC drivers and firmware, server and PCIe card design, and hardware security... Read More →
avatar for Ron Minnich

Ron Minnich

Software Engineer, Google
linuxboot, u-root, coreboot, linuxbios, ... all open source firmwarelinux kernel, servers,


Monday August 27, 2018 11:25am - 12:05pm PDT
Room 301