Profile: Peter Scruton

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Peter Scruton is the Manager, Embedded Systems Technologies at the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL).  

Peter brings 15 years of experience to the UNH-IOL in Ethernet conformance and interoperability testing. Currently, Peter balances his four management positions at the laboratory along with being a leader of the Human Resources Working group in the lab. As iSCSI manager, he directs the complete operations of the iSCSI Consortium. His additional leadership positions involve overseeing testing of Ethernet technologies for 10BASE-T manager, Fast Ethernet and Power over Ethernet. 

Peter began his career at the UNH-IOL as an undergraduate student and joined as a full-time technical staff member in 2001. His additional experience at the lab includes IEEE 802.3 Annex 31B Flow Control testing, and development of a simple software frame generator for the sourcing of arbitrary frames, including Priority Flow Control (PFC) frames. In February 2012, Peter shared his expertise on Ethernet and Data Center Bridging (DCB) testing as a speaker at the Ethernet Technology Summit in San Jose, California.  

Peter earned a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of New Hampshire in 2003. In addition to his leadership roles within the UNH-IOL, Peter serves on the Deacon Board of the Faith Baptist Church in Somersworth, NH.