The Ethernet Lobby at the Stanford School of Engineering's new Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center is a gift from many Stanford faculty and students who contributed to the invention, productization, standardization and commercialization of Ethernet. Those making this gift played key roles in Ethernet's success. Ethernet was invented in 1973 at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center by Bob Metcalfe (also at that time on the faculty at Stanford and one of my PhD thesis advisors) and David Boggs (also at that time a fellow graduate student at Stanford.)
Some of us: Len Shustek, John Shoch, Robert Garner, Yogen Dalal and Ron Crane
Bob Metcalfe receives this award for fundamental contributions in the invention, standardization, and commercialization of Ethernet.
David Boggs, Ron Crane and Bob Metcalfe at the event.
David Boggs and Bob Metcalfe
Ed McCreight, Gordon Bell and David Liddle
John Shoch and David Boggs
Pitts Jarvis, Bob Garner and Ron Crane
Bob Printis and David Liddle
Photographs courtesy of PARC. Photographer is Deanna Horvath