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Mark Langsdorf

Mark Langsdorf is a Linux developer for Red Hat, focusing on platform enablement for ARM 64-bit processors.

Mark has been working with Linux since 1999. While at AMD, he assisted in development of the x86_64 port, the cpufreq driver for various AMD parts, the port of Xen to AMD's SVM, and other tasks and fixes in the Linux kernel. He has continued to work on kernel development after joining Calxeda in 2011. When Calxeda went under at the end of 2013, he started work at Red Hat.

Mark lives with his wife in Austin, Texas.