Curtis Anderson has over 35 years of experience in a wide variety of storage and I/O software development, mostly focusing on filesystem implementations.
In his role as Senior Software Architect at Panasas, Anderson is responsible for coordinating technology teams working on various elements of the Panasas filesystem. Prior to joining Panasas, he served as a Technical Director at NetApp and as an Architect at EMC/Data Domain. He was one of the original five authors of the XFS filesystem in Linux. He participated in the IEEE for 14 years, including as Sponsor Chair for the IEEE 1244 Working Group, balloting and publishing a formal standard, and on the Program Committee for the IEEE/NASA Goddard Mass Storage Systems Conference for 12 years.