Fred Niehaus is a technical marketing engineer for the Wireless Networking Business Unit at Cisco Systems, Inc. Fred has extensive customer contact and is responsible for developing and marketing enterprise class wireless solutions using Cisco Aironet and Airespace Series of Wireless LAN products. Prior to joining Cisco, Fred worked as a support engineer on some of the first wireless implementations for customers, such as Wal-Mart, Ford, Hertz Rent-A-Car, and others. Fred has been in the data communications and networking industry for the past 20 years and holds a Radio Amateur (Ham) License N8CPI.
Bruce Alexander is a channel account manager for Cisco Systems central region, focusing on wireless and mobility technologies. Prior to becoming a CAM, Bruce was the technical marketing manager for the Cisco Wireless Networking Business Unit. Bruce joined Cisco during the acquisition of Aironet Wireless Communication, where Bruce was director of technical support. Bruce has 31 years in the RF technology area, he was the Chairman of the Wi-Fi Alliance's Technical Security committee during the development of the WPA and WPA2 programs, and he is the author of the Cisco Press Book, 802.11 Wireless Network Site Surveying and Installation.
John Elliott, CCIE No. 2095 and CISSP, is a consulting system engineer at Cisco Systems where he's been employed since 1996. John's previous work with radio networks led him to specialize in Aironet products from the initial acquisition by Cisco. Previously, John was a software engineer for 10 years developing communications code for diverse systems including phone switches, minicomputers, and embedded systems, and later spent five years deploying large networks around the globe. He is a graduate of the University of Arkansas with a BS in computer science.