I am a highly experienced wireless network and applications engineer with a background in core network fabric and a focus on wireless strategies. Through a career of over 20 years in the data delivery industry, a decade of which is focused on wireless data deployments, I am able to build unique solutions for clients looking to enhance their existing infrastructure or build out new networks.
As an established network engineer with a fundamental understanding of routing and switching, and concerning the way that it relates to the RF characteristics of wireless networks, I am positioned to design comprehensive structured solutions of all scales for prospective clients. My ability to explain and simplify puzzling technology concepts and theories into real-world examples, in a meeting room or as a trade-show panelist, has garnered recognition from industry press, analysts, and most importantly customers.
It is with an undying passion for the industry that I am able to speak candidly about technology and help drive business through problem solving and solutions because at the end of the day, I do what I love and I love what I do.
Links with Tag @WirelessNerd
- Using Sensors for Client-side Wi-Fi Troubleshooting
- Mobility Field Day 1 and the Future of Our Industry
- Wireless Nerd: What Can You Learn From an Industry Event? A WFD Update, 4 Months Later
- The Importance of Location in Wi-Fi. Wireless Field Day 8 at Cisco, Zebra, Aruba, and Levi’s Stadium!
- Wireless Nerd: It’s all about that base station. WFD8, Day 1
- Wireless Nerd: Wireless Field Day 8. I’m in!
- Airtight and Scrape: An Interesting Social Wifi Use Case
- Re: Liking One Social Wi-Fi Case Study- and Disliking Another
- Liking One Social Wi-Fi Case Study- and Disliking Another
- Wireless Nerd: Responding to the Social WiFi Roundtable
- My Case Study on Social Wi-Fi at AirTight Networks for Wireless Field Day 7
- Well, I’m supposed to start a blog
- Enchantment is The New Black