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Victor Hayes was born nicknamed "the Father of Wi-Fi", was born in Surabaya, Netherlands-Indies at that time, on July 31, 1941
Victor repatriated with his family in 1950 to the Netherlands
He also received his B.E. degree from the "HTS Amsterdam" in Amsterdam, the Netherlands in 1961.
In 1974 he joined Agere Systems, Utrecht, the Netherlands, when the group was still a part of NCR. He authored various NCR Corporate Engineering Standards on data communications, including HDLC and X.25 packet level protocols and represented the company in various standards bodies such as the Dutch Standards Institute NNI and the European Computer Manufacturers Association ECMA
In March 2001 Victor established and chaired the Regulatory Subcommittee within the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Vic is honored to have been the recipient of a number of awards in the standards and regulatory area. In 1998 he received the IEEE Standards Medallion "for the internationalization of the IEEE 8 802.11 standard". In 2000 he received the IEEE leadership Award "for 10 years of leadership and extraordinary dedication as chairman of the IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN Working Group".
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