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Paul Entzel Phones & Addresses

  • 360 Hunters Ridge Dr, Mead, CO 80542
  • Loveland, CO
  • San Dimas, CA
  • Monrovia, CA
  • Longmont, CO
  • Fort Collins, CO
  • Pasadena, CA
  • Temple City, CA

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Resumes

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Senior Firmware Development Engineer

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Location:
727 Bluegrass Way, Longmont, CO 80503
Industry:
Computer Hardware
Work:
LSI Engenio since Oct 2007
Senior Firmware Development Engineer

LSI since 2007
Principal Firmware Enginner

Quantum 1998 - 2007
Senior Firmware Engineer

Exabyte 1996 - 1998
Senior Firmware Engineer

Hewlett Packard 1995 - 1996
Firmware Engineer
Education:
University of Southern California 1977 - 1981
Skills:
Firmware
Scsi
Embedded Systems
Storage
Embedded Software
Fibre Channel
System Architecture
C
Debugging
Processors
Software Engineering
Microprocessors
Asic
Rtos
Arm
Hardware
Standards Development
Sata
Software Development
Logic Analyzer
Sas
Kernel
Fpga
Ssd
C++
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Paul Entzel

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Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Paul Entzel
Engineer
The Quantum Corp
Mfg Computer Storage Devices · Research & Development of Computer Storage Products · Electronic Computers · Computer Storage Device Mfg
8560 Upland Dr, Englewood, CO 80112
1172 W Century Dr, Westminster, CO 80027
4001 Discovery Dr, Boulder, CO 80303
1172 W Century Dr STE 280, Louisville, CO 80027
(720) 406-5700, (303) 792-9700, (303) 792-2465, (800) 336-1233

Publications

Us Patents

Cryptographic Key Management For Stored Data

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US Patent:
20080219449, Sep 11, 2008
Filed:
Mar 9, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/716271
Inventors:
Matthew V. Ball - Broomfield CO, US
Paul G. Entzel - Mead CO, US
Stephen A. Hellwege - Ladera Ranch CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 9/00
US Classification:
380277
Abstract:
A method is provided for performing application-transparent key management in a storage library associated with an encrypting removable storage device. Encryption and decryption is performed by a key manager and the removable storage device, and is transparent to the application. Data is encrypted using keys that are managed by the storage key manager. An administrative interface allows an administrator to specify and manage encryption keys. A key identifier is associated with each key, and the key identifier is written to the tape along with the encrypted data. When reading encrypted data, the removable storage device reads the key identifier from the tape and requests the corresponding encryption key from the key manager. The removable storage device then provides the decrypted data to the application. The encryption key may be exported from the key manager or library in an encrypted XML format. Encrypted tapes can therefore be decrypted in different libraries by exporting the keys from one library to another.
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