Richard Brunner

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  • SIGGRAPH 1999

    Richard A. Brunner is a senior staff engineer and manager of Workstation Graphics Architecture in Intel’s Workstation Products Group. He has extensive programming experience with new Intel instruction sets and how they relate to Workstation Graphics. Rich is also the author of an AGP memory manager for NT 4.0. Rich has broad computer architecture experience starting with his work on the VAX, VAX Vector, and Alpha architectures at DEC. Upon joining Intel, Rich took over as technical lead for the i960 architecture group and led a number of architecture and microcode implementations including the i960JX. Rich has a number of patents granted or pending. He bolds a BSEE degree from CWRU and a MSCE degree from RPI.  


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