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New hires at Open Source Development Lab

The Open Source Development Lab, an effort sponsored by IBM, Intel and several other companies to improve Linux on high-end servers, has hired two prominent Linux programmers, the organization said. Zach Brown, a former Red Hat and Intel employee, has worked on sound-card software for Linux and most recently worked on tuning Linux for servers at Zero-Knowledge Systems. Randy Dunlap, a former Intel employee, led the effort to bring Universal Serial Bus support to Linux and worked on network card and SCSI software.

The Open Source Development Lab, an effort sponsored by IBM, Intel and several other companies to improve Linux on high-end servers, has hired two prominent Linux programmers, the organization said.

Zach Brown, a former Red Hat and Intel employee, has worked on sound-card software for Linux and most recently worked on tuning Linux for servers at Zero-Knowledge Systems. Randy Dunlap, a former Intel employee, led the effort to bring Universal Serial Bus support to Linux and worked on network card and SCSI software.