Newton’s Telecom Dictionary: Telecommunications, Networking, Information Technologies, The Internet, Wired, Wireless, Satellites and Fiber. Newton, together with Steve Schoen, also writes the best-selling Newton’s Telecom Dictionary — The Dictionary of Telecommunications, Networking and The. 1 Feb Available in: Paperback. Newton’s Telecom Dictionary is the.

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Described as both “an entertainer and an expert in his field” of telecommunications, Harry Newton has won praise for his informative and easy-to-understand books. Telecom is undergoing revolutionary changes as television, telephones, PCs, networks, the Internet, and other technologies converge, with new equipment and terminologies being created every day.

Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. It’s been hard work — 40 years. Click here To read what readers wrote about the dictionary, click here To learn more about Newton’s Telecom Dictionary.

It is used by everyone from salesmen to lawyers, from corporate trainers to college educators, from corporate users to engineers. Newton’s most popular and best-known work is Newton’s Telecom Dictionary 4th ed. The Official Dictionary of Telecommunications Harry Newton is a writer, consultant, investor and public speaker.

Newton’s Telecom Dictionary

The goal is to explain what the technology does, its benefits and its pitfalls. My library Help Teleom Book Search. No eBook available Amazon. The latest 31st ediiton is a huge upgrade over previous editions. The column focuses on investments to buy — from stocks to real estate syndications, and on stocks not to buy.


It contains real-life lessons from Newton’s own investing. Some definitions are short.

Because telecommunications technology and terminology dictionar both continually changing Newton strives to update the dictionary every six months. No matter how technically savvy, no one can keep up with the explosion in telecom terminology. Newton, who holds an M.

It also covers industry jargon, acronyms, company names, products and major individuals in the field. Each day Newton and his editors add the newest terms, and expand, update and improve the definitions of the existing terms. Newton writes a daily web blog called In Search of the Perfect Investment, which you are welcome to visit.

It is a required textbook in colleges teaching telecommunications and information technology. The dictionary covers the latest in telecommunications, computing, the Internet, The Internet of Things, networking and social media.

Besides defining a multitude of telecommunications terms, it explains how they work and are used, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of using each.

I’m very proud of the result. It has become the industry “bible” and been favorably reviewed by the telecom, computing and general press: Miller-Freeman- Computer networks – pages. It was published most newhon in February, Other editions – Diictionary all Newton’s Telecom Dictionary: Harry Newton No preview available – The dictionary is written in non-technical business language. They also published over 40 books on networking, imaging, telecom and computer telephony.


Newton’s Telecom Dictionary

Newton’s Telecom Dictionary is a fixture on the desks of technology executives, users, trainers, lawyers and college professors. This book is required reading for anyone involved in the telecommunications industry from salespeople and buyers to managers and teoecom. Terms are explained in clear definitions and mini essays, sprinkled with Newton’s dry wit. If you are involved in IT, communications, cabling, or facilities management, you don’t want to leave home without it.

Harry Newton adds, changes, updates, and expands over definitions a week just to keep up with the rapid pace of innovation.

Telecom is undergoing revolutionary changes as television, telephones, PCs, networks, the Internet, and other technologies converge, with new equipment and terminologies