Voices of Ethernet: Bob Grow

Sept. 16, 2021
Robert M. Grow calls himself “a latecomer to Ethernet." He is a former IEEE 802.3 working group chair.

This is part of the video series The Voices of Ethernet

Robert M. Grow calls himself “a latecomer to Ethernet,” but, in fact, he has been involved in the technology for its entire existence. He was immersed in the design of the first local area networks (LANs) in the 1970s, and, even during his university years, Grow “got involved looking at some of the more advanced and more futuristic looks at technology and things that would be happening,” he tells Ethernet Alliance chair Peter Jones for The Voices of Ethernet oral-history archive.

Over the decades since—as a co-founder and system architect of XLNT, a principle engineer with Intel, and now as an independent consultant in standards development—Grow has been deeply engaged in diverse projects to extend the capabilities of Ethernet. He is a former chair of the IEEE 802.3™ Ethernet Working Group.

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