Harry Newton has 30 years in telecommunications. He founded LAN (now Network) Magazine, the first networking magazine. He founded three leading monthly telecom magazines -- Call Center, Computer Telephony and Teleconnect. He also founded the enormously successful trade show, Computer Telephony Conference and Exposition (CT Expo). He is (of late) a successful angel (early venture capitalist) in telecom, networking and Internet ventures. Recently he started a monthly newsletter, Harry Newton's Technology Investor. For a subscription, go to Technology Investor. Newton holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School and undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Sydney, Australia. He is not an engineer. But he knows enough to be dangerous in front of them. And that, he says, is the ultimate thrill.
Newton's Telecom Dictionary, 18th Editionby Harry Newton
Long required reading for anyone involved in the telecommunications, networking, and Internet industry, this new edition of Newton's Dictionary is more essential today than ever before: revolutionary changes continue to unfold, new standards are announced, technologies are released or updated, and vendor-specific terms are created. Useful for anyone trying to keep up with the flood of new technologies and terms, this indispensable reference contains over 21,000 easy-to-understand definitions sprinkled with Harry Newton's trademark dry wit. Each listing is written in a nontechnical style, using as extensive or as brief an explanation as needed.
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