Newton's Telecom Dictionary helps technology and business professionals stay on top of the ever-changing network, telecom, and IT industry. The tech industry hype has cooled dramatically, but nonetheless new telecom and networking technology and services continue to be adopted at a rapid pace, and new terms and acronyms sprout just as quickly. Industry guru Harry Newton explains technical concepts in non-technical language that anyone in business can understand, making it an essential reference tool for anyone involved with telecom and IT systems and services.
About the Author
Harry Newton has spent 33 years studying, writing, lecturing and investing in telecommunications and technology. He founded key telecom magazines--LAN (now Network), Teleconnect, Call Center, Computer Telephony and Technology Investor. He also founded the trade shows, Computer Telephony Conference and Exhibition (CT Expo) and Call Center Demo. He sold his telecom publishing group in September, 1997 to concentrate on writing.
Newton has an MBA from the Harvard Business School and an Economics degree from the University of Sydney, Australia, where he was born. He is not an engineer, but wishes he were. He wrote this dictionary to teach himself his first loves—telecom and technology. In this dictionary, Newton explains complex technology in non-technical, business language. He believes it’s critical to understand what the technology does, what its benefits are and they key tips to using and installing it. That’s what this dictionary does.