Principal Engineer, Intel
David Harriman is a Principal Engineer in the I/O Technology and Standards Group at Intel. Harriman develops and promotes next-generation platform technologies, focusing on I/O interconnects such as USB and PCI-Express (PCIe). Over the years, Harriman has been a lead contributor for the PCIe specification and continues to chair the PCI-SIG PCIe Protocol Working Group.
Harriman joined Intel in 1993, where he helped develop the first desktop chipset for the Pentium Pro processors and the first AGP chipset. Harriman was one of the primary developers of Intel’s hub architecture and currently holds around 100 chipset and interconnect patents.