How and Why the term “Wi-Fi”

 and the Wi-Fi Certification Program Were Created

Steve Bell now living in Reno Nevada, is a Silicon Valley Engineer and Serial Entrepreneur. He founded, financed, and built the Silicon Valley Networking Lab 1998-2003. The Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance (WECA) contracted with SVNL to form an 802.11 (Wi-Fi) interoperability testing program in 1998. Steve explains in this interview how the term “Wi-Fi” was created, and why the interoperability certification program evolved.

Life and Success Principles

1. Take care of your business and it will take care of you
2. If you are not 5 minutes early you are late
3. Always answer the question
4. Don’t recruit or hire personal friends as employees or co-workers
5. Don’t try to impress people
6. Lead by example

Steve’s Business Books Picks for Entrepreneurs

Getting Things Done by By David Allen

Workflow Mastery by Kourosh Dini

Mental Dynamite Series (1940), as transcribed by Napoleon Hill

Favorite Place to Eat In Reno

Lucky Beaver (Black Angus Hamburger) 3655 S Virginia St, Reno, NV 89502

Favorite Place to Eat in San Francisco

Tadich Grill 240 California St, San Francisco, CA 94111 (in the Financial District: San Francisco oldest restaurant)

Steve’s Contact Information

Blastoff Labs Inc.

http://www.blastofflabs.com/contact

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sbell22/ 

Steve Bell on Timelines of Success Reno NV

Steve Bell

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