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Michael Larabel

Published on 11 June 2008
Written by Michael Larabel
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Hardware Vendors:

ATI/AMD (0.34%)

- Alex Deucher (0.18%)
- Felix Kuehling (0.11%)
- Hui YU (0.01%)
- Jordan Crouse (0.01%)

Hewlett-Packard (0.10%)

- Bjorn Helgaas (0.03%)
- Doug Chapman (0.01%)
- Jay Estabrook (0.03%)
- Myron Stowe (0.01%)

IBM (3.21%)

- Benjamin Herrenschmidt (0.27%)
- Ian Romanick (2.92%)
- Paul Mackerras (0.01%)

Intel (13.51%)

- Arjan van de Ven (0.06%)
- Dirk Hohndel (0.01%)
- Eric Anholt (6.99%)
- Hong Liu (0.08%)
- Jesse Barnes (0.20%)
- Keith Packard (6.09%)
- Xiang, Haihao (0.01%)
- liuhong (0.03%)

Nokia (9.66%)

- Andrew Christan (0.01%)
- Daniel Stone (9.64%)

NVIDIA (1.12%)

- Aaron Plattner (1.11%)
- Arcady Goldmints-Orlov (0.01%)

Sun Microsystems (5.42%)

- Alan Coopersmith (4.79%)
- Carl Switzky (0.01%)
- Deron Johnson (0.05%)
- Henry Zhao (0.01%)
- Jay Cotton (0.01%)
- Sam Lau (0.01%)
- Stuart Kreitman (0.51%)

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