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* June 2019 T11 Plenary Meeting #153 (Face-to-Face)
Name * June 2019 T11 Plenary Meeting #153 (Face-to-Face)
Time Thursday, 06 June 2019, 01:00pm to 04:00pm PDT
Location La Jolla, CA


The June 2019 T11 plenary meeting will be held on Thursday June 6th in La Jolla, CA. The meeting starts at 1PM Pacific time. Meeting information including the hotel registration links may be found using the following link:

If you have not done so please make your room reservations as soon as possible. The room block closes on May 14, 2019.

Also a meeting map for the entire week may be found using the following link:



The agenda may be obtained using the following link:

Submitter / Contact Mr. Steven Wilson
Group T11 - Fibre Channel Interfaces
Access This event is visible to T11 - Fibre Channel Interfaces and shared with:
  • General Public
  • T11.2 - Physical Variants
  • T11.3 - Fibre Channel Interconnection Schemes
Counts toward voter eligibility yes
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Meeting Attendees   Spreadsheet
Company ascending Name Role
Amphenol Corporation Chris Lyon Member
Broadcom Inc David Peterson Int'l. Rep
Broadcom Inc Steven Wilson Group Chair
Cisco Systems Inc Mike Blair Member
Cisco Systems Inc J Metz Member
CommScope Gary Gibbs Member
Data Center Systems Todd Wheeler Member
Dell Inc Alan Rajapa Member
Finisar Corporation Vera Koleva Member
Foxconn Interconnect Technology Ltd (FIT) John Petrilla Member
GlobalFoundries US2 LLC Adrian Butter Member
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Rupin Mohan Member
IBM Corporation Patty Driever Secretary
Macom Thomas Palkert Member
Marvell Semiconductor Inc Craig Carlson Vice Chair
NetApp Inc Frederick Knight Member
OFS Fitel LLC Mabud Choudhury Member
Teledyne LeCroy Corporation Henry Poelstra Member
Viavi Solutions Inc Jason Rusch Member

Meeting Statistics
Quorum rule 34% of voting companies ( with a minimum of 4 voting companies attending )
Achieved quorum yes
Individual Attendance Contributing Members: 19 of 140 (13%)
Voting Members: 19 of 100 (19%)
Company Attendance Contributing Companies: 17 of 38 (44%)
Voting Companies: 17 of 20 (85%) (used for quorum calculation)