consultant and broadband packet evangelist, is President of Distributed
Networking Associates and Publisher of Webtorials. An independent
consultant, planner, author, and teacher since 1984, Mr. Taylor is
frequently quoted in the trade press and is one of the industry's most
published authors on high bandwidth networking techniques.
He has served as a Contributing Editor for Data Communications magazine, publishes articles in both Business Communications Review and Network World, and is co-author of two twice-weekly newsletters - wide area networking and convergence - distributed by Network World Fusion. Augmenting his skill as a teacher and consultant, Mr. Taylor's background in actually planning, implementing, and running an extensive network for the University of North Carolina brings a unique, real-world perspective to his work.
He holds a B.S. degree in Physics from Guilford College (Greensboro, NC) and a Master's degree in Physics from Dartmouth College (Hanover, NH).
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