Wireless LAN Interoperability Forum
The Wireless LAN Interoperability Forum (WLIF) was an non-profit industry organization founded in 1996 to promote and certify wireless LAN products meeting the OpenAir and IEEE 802.11 standards. It disbanded in 2001. In 1998 Mike Jones of Intermec was the chairman and its membership included:
- AMP (now part of Tyco Electronics)
- Cruise Technologies
- Data General
- Fujitsu Personal Systems
- Hand Held Products
- Intermec Technologies
- Kinetic Computer
- Mitsubishi Electronics America
- Monarch Marketing Systems (subsidiary of Paxar, now part of Avery Dennison)
- NEC Computer Systems Division
- Percon (formerly a division of PSC Inc., now IntelliTrack)
- Proxim Wireless
- "The Computer Language Company - WLIF definition". Retrieved 2009-08-01.
- "Wireless: Wireless LAN Interoperability Forum Membership Grows to Further Interoperability of Wireless LAN Standards". EDGE, On & About AT&T. 1998. Retrieved 2009-08-01.