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Newton's Telecom Dictionary, 24th Edition: Telecommunications, Networking, Information Technologies, The Internet
     

Newton's Telecom Dictionary, 24th Edition: Telecommunications, Networking, Information Technologies, The Internet

by Harry Newton
 
Best-selling dictionary of telecommunications, networking, information technologies, the Internet and everything voice, data and video -- moving or still.

Most dictionaries are updated irregularly. Not this one. Newton updates this dictionary every day and issues a new expanded, updated edition every year. This one is current as of March 2008.

Overview

Best-selling dictionary of telecommunications, networking, information technologies, the Internet and everything voice, data and video -- moving or still.

Most dictionaries are updated irregularly. Not this one. Newton updates this dictionary every day and issues a new expanded, updated edition every year. This one is current as of March 2008.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780979387319
Publisher:
Flatiron Publishing
Publication date:
04/30/2008
Series:
Newton's Telecom Dictionary Series
Pages:
1120
Product dimensions:
7.39(w) x 9.22(h) x 2.00(d)

What People are Saying About This

"A fixture on the desks of many who deal with the technical world." - The New York Times

"A must-read." - Interactive Week

"A page-turner that invites use." - IEE

"An essential resource." - PC Magazine

"Newton understands the gravity of telecom, but approaches its complex workings with a little levity. His book is a must-read for anyone who wants to pierce the veil of the Internet's inner workings and the telecom networks on which it thrives." - eWeek

"We rate this essential resource publication with 5 stars. If you are involved in IT, communications, cabling, or facilities management, you don't want to leave home without it." - Frank Bisbee

Meet the Author

Harry Newton has 37 years studying, writing, lecturing and investing in telecommunications and information technologies. Newton, who is not an engineer, wrote this dictionary in non-technical business language. He believes (perhaps naively) that anyone in business should be able to understand complex technical terms. So of his definitions are short. Some are long. His goal is to explain what the technology means, what it does, what its benefits are and what its pitfalls are. As a result, corporations routinely issue this dictionary to new employees to bring them quickly up the technology learning curve.

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