For twenty-five years, until his retirement as Vice President of Technology for the Wi-Fi Alliance, Greg Ennis was at the very center of the Wi-Fi industry. In 1993, Ennis and two co-authors developed the “DFWMAC” technical proposal that was voted in by the IEEE 802.11 committee as the foundation protocol for the standard. He then served as Chief Technical Editor for the original standard published in 1997.
Greg EnnisIn 1999, Ennis and a handful of colleagues founded the Wi-Fi Alliance, and from the very beginning he held that organization’s lead technical position until retiring in 2016. He is the author of “Beyond Everywhere – how Wi-Fi became the world’s most beloved technology”, published by Post Hill Press.