Brandon Gruber, Z-Wave Alliance Developer of the Year 2020

Brandon Gruber receiving the Z-Wave Alliance award for Developer of the Year 2020.

We are excited to share that the Z-Wave Alliance has recognized Brandon Gruber, Senior Firmware Engineer at Ecolink (A Universal Eletronics Inc. Company) as Z-Wave Developer of the Year for 2020

Established in 2005, the Z-Wave Alliance is comprised of industry leaders throughout the globe that are dedicated to the development and extension of Z-Wave as the key enabling technology for home and business applications.

Brandon has been instrumental in successfully bringing multiple Z-Wave products to market, meeting or exceeding the highest performance standards for top-tier ecosystem providers. Brandon contributes regularly to our applications support process by proactively providing feedback on the stability of the firmware and identifying opportunities for improvement. He has demonstrated independence and expertise in developing Z-Wave solutions that extract the best performance of the 700 Series platform. Brandon’s work exemplifies quality engineering effort and highlights the range and link stability that can be achieved with battery-powered Z-Wave applications.

“The Z-Wave Alliance commends Brandon and Ecolink for quickly adopting the latest solutions and features into their product strategy.”

Mitch Klein, Executive Director, Z-Wave Alliance

“The Z-Wave Alliance commends Brandon and Ecolink for quickly adopting the latest solutions and features into their product strategy.” Stated Mitch Klein, executive director, Z-Wave Alliance, “Brandon consistently shares constructive insights with Silicon Lab’s marketing and R&D teams to help them continue to improve the product”. 

Brandon has been universally recognized within the Z-Wave development community as a team player and a strategic development partner. For these reasons, Brandon is a deserving recipient of the Alliance’s Z-Wave Developer of the Year award. 

We are more than thrilled for Brandon and know he will continue to be a key player in the future development of Z-Wave. Congrats, Brandon!