Craig Carlson

Company AMD|Role Board Member

Craig Carlson is a Storage and Networking Architect with AMD.  Craig has over 20 years of experience in Storage Networking technologies.  Previous experience includes: NVMe Promoters Board member (as the Marvell representative), Vice Chair of ANSI INCITS T11, which defines Fibre Channel, and Chair of ANSI INCITS Task Group T11.3, the committee that defines Fibre Channel protocols.  He was also Technical editor for the T11 Standards FC-LS-5, and FC-FS-6, as well as the Chair of T11 Standards FC-NVMe-3 and FC-SW-8.  He was also involved with the IEEE 802.1 Data Center Bridging Task Group and is the editor of the IEEE Draft Standard 802.1Qaz (Enhanced Transmission Selection).

Craig’s background includes many years of development of storage networking products including being one of architects for the development of NVMe over Fibre Channel, as well as switch and networking architecture.

Craig has also won numerous industry awards including the INCITS Gene Milligan Award for Effective Committee Management for his role as T11.3 Chair, and most recently an FCIA achievement award for his contributions to the growth of Fibre Channel SAN Storage technology.