Technical Director, Greg Ennis
Greg has been active in the Wireless LAN industry since 1992. He was one of the original developers of the MAC protocol proposal that IEEE 802.11 adopted in 1993 as the foundation for the standard, and subsequently served as Technical Editor for the initial 802.11 specification. He has served as Technical Director of the Wi-Fi Alliance since the founding of the organization in 1999. Previously he served as chair of the IEEE 802.3 Broadband CSMA/CD Task Group, and has held development and engineering management positions at various companies in the communications industry. He has a Masters in Computer Engineering from Stanford University, and a Masters in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin.