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Congratulations to the 2016 Wi-Fi Alliance® Member Recognition Award recipients!

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Each year, Wi-Fi Alliance® recognizes the contributions of members and individuals who are setting a standard for participation and leadership in the Wi-Fi® industry. Awards are determined by leadership in Wi-Fi Alliance program development efforts that culminate in new Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ program introductions. 

Wi-Fi Alliance defines innovative, standards-based Wi-Fi technologies and programs, certifies products that meet quality, performance, security, and capability standards, provides industry thought leadership, and advocates globally for fair spectrum rules. 700+ member companies make it all possible. We would like to recognize 2016 award winners in the categories of Member Engagement and Certification Activity, who work diligently to make Wi-Fi one of the world’s most valued and widely used technologies. 

Member Engagement Awards

  • Cypress Semiconductor Corporation - Outstanding Leadership & Contribution for a New Member
  • Marvell Semiconductor Inc. - Outstanding Leadership & Contribution
  • Qualcomm - Outstanding Leadership & Contribution for a Sponsor Member

Certification Activity Awards

  • Lemobile Information Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd. - Most certifications in 2016 for a new member
  • LG Electronics - Most certifications in 2016
  • Robert Bosch Car Multimedia GmbH - Highest growth in number of certifications for 2016

Since 2000, Wi-Fi Alliance members have certified more than 30,000 Wi-Fi products. Wi-Fi CERTIFIED is an internationally-recognized seal of approval for products indicating that they have met industry-agreed standards for interoperability, security, and a range of application specific protocols.

Thank you for your participation and commitment to driving the interoperability, adoption, and evolution of Wi-Fi globally!

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