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David Brown

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Technology Professional

About Me

Throughout his career, David has worn many hats. He has been a writer, a network engineer, a world traveler, a musician. As a networking professional, David has had a varied career. David started out troubleshooting frame relay and x.25 with Sprint, and soon moved to Global One, the international alliance with Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom. Since then, he has worked for many national and multinational network providers and equipment vendors, including Sprint, Deutsche Telekom, British Telecom, Equant (Global One), Telekom Austria, Vodafone, o2/Telefonica, ePlus, Nortel, Ericsson, Hutchison 3G, ZTE, and Huawei. As a writer, David’s portfolio includes technical articles, short stories, poetry, song lyrics, journals, novels, essays, and content marketing. A stint as a Poet-in-Residence was one of David’s first paid writing engagements. Since then he has primarily written work-related documents, including problem assessments and local working instructions. David is also a world traveler and musician. He was based in Frankfurt, Germany, for 13 years as a freelance technical professional. Currently he provides musical entertainment across America to seniors, an activity that works hand-in-hand with his freelance writing career.

Industries I Write About

Computer Networking

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Telecommunications

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Information Technology & Services

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Online Publishing

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Writing & Editing

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My Writing Samples

The Cyber War Against Terrorism

The internet is a fundamental element in many activities - including terrorism. Therefore, the fight against terrorism must be waged in cyberspace.

https://www.techopedia.com/2/31916/security/the-cyber-war-against-terrorism

Network Virtualization: A New Framework

A new network model has arisen to take the place of the old and reliable Open Systems Interconnections (OSI) model. It's about virtualization.

https://www.techopedia.com/2/31915/trends/virtualization/network-virtualization-a-new-framework

The Role of IT in Medical Diagnosis

Making an accurate diagnosis can be difficult for the most talented medical diagnostician. Physicians today benefit from the assistance of robust digital diagnostic systems.

https://www.techopedia.com/2/31718/trends/the-role-of-it-in-medical-diagnosis

Professor Donald Lupo and the Internet of Everything

Current production of silicon chips amounts to about 20 billion per year. That may not be enough for the expanding internet. The answer may lie in printed electronics.

https://www.techopedia.com/2/31712/trends/professor-donald-lupo-and-the-internet-of-everything

The Future of 5G Mobile: The IMT Vision

5G is coming, but exactly what that means and when it will happen is up for debate.

https://www.techopedia.com/2/31634/in-the-news/the-future-of-5g-mobile-the-imt-vision

The Antikythera Mechanism: The World's Oldest Analog Computer

The Antikythera Mechanism is the world's analog oldest computer. It had at least 30 gears and was used for astronomical calculations and calendar predictions.

https://www.techopedia.com/2/31777/watercooler/the-antikythera-mechanism-the-worlds-oldest-analog-computer

Experience

Network Technology Professional

Independent Technology Professional offering support for international telecommunications companies. Clients have included British Telecom, Deutsche Telekom, Austria Telekom, Kapsch, Ericsson, Hutchison 3G, Huawei, o2, Eplus, ZTE, and many more.

Company: ETC Concept

I worked there from 1/2001 until now

Content I Write

Ideas and Pitches I Wrote

The Surprising History of Computing

We tend to think of computers as a modern invention. While it’s true that the scope and pace of technical innovation has significantly increased in recent years, the concept of computing is not new. Rudimentary computing devices have been around for thousands of years, and a complex, multi-gear analog computer dates back to at least 80 years B.C. The true story of the history of computing may surprise you. See my articles on various computing history subjects at the links below.

Content type: Article

Keywords: history of computing, computers, technology

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The Future of X Technology

The telecommunications technologies with which you work are continually evolving. There are trends and possible paths that may be of interest to your readers. I was a telecom engineer for 15+ years, working with x.25, Frame Relay, ATM, TCP/IP, 3G/4G, and a host of other technologies, protocols and platforms. And I have been writing about technology for some time now. See some of my articles in the links below.

Content type: Article

Keywords: telecommunications, protocols, technologies, platforms, trends

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The Power of Convergence

Content is king. The use of informative blogs or articles makes it possible for you to: 1) attract new traffic; 2) build your reputation; 3) encourage trust and faith in your brand; 4) influence conversions; and 5) create a separate stream of revenue. Simply relying on clever SEO or hoping for referrals is not enough anymore. The pitch title above is a suggestion for an initial blog post. The terms are negotiable.

Content type: Blog Post

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Convergence in IT Infrastructure

A discussion of the trend toward convergence. See my articles on the subject on Techopedia.

Content type: Blog Post

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