Richard Bennett is a broadband network architect and policy consultant, currently working with the American Enterprise Institute as a Visiting Fellow specializing in Internet policy. A contributor to the IEEE standards for Ethernet over Twisted Pair and Wi-Fi, he worked for 3Com for ten years producing Ethernet products, for Airgo, Trapeze, and Sharp Labs doing WiFi products, and for companies like Cisco and HP in the Internet space. He has testified before Congress and the FCC on network regulation, and published articles in academic journals and the popular press.
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