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GARY AROUND THE WEB




Gary Audin

Gary Audin is the President of Delphi, Inc. He has more than 40 years of computer, communications and security experience. He has planned, designed, specified, implemented and operated data, LAN and telephone networks. These have included local area, national and international networks as well as VoIP and IP convergent networks in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia, Asia and Caribbean. He has advised domestic and international venture capital and investment bankers in communications, VoIP, and microprocessor technologies.

For 30+ years, Gary has been an independent communications and security consultant. Beginning his career in the USAF as an R&D officer in military intelligence and data communications, Gary was decorated for his accomplishments in these areas.

Mr. Audin has been published extensively in the Business Communications Review, ACUTA Journal, Computer Weekly, Telecom Reseller, Data Communications Magazine, Infosystems, Computerworld, Computer Business News, Auerbach Publications and other magazines. He has been Keynote speaker at many user conferences and delivered many webcasts on VoIP and IP communications technologies from 2004 through 2009. He is a founder of the ANSI X.9 committee, a senior member of the IEEE, and is on the steering committee for the VoiceCon conference. Most of his articles can be found on www.webtorials.com and www.acuta.org. In addition to www.nojitter.com, he publishes technical tips at www.Searchvoip.com.

 
Recent posts by Gary


May 20, 2015
The silo-ed PBX at the core of the legacy communications architecture no longer fits today's need for integrated enterprise, Web-based, and mobile communications, and this installed base is limiting e...
April 15, 2015
An explosion of application traffic threatens to overwhelm enterprise networks, and real-time traffic like voice and video can be the most endangered, and also the most threatening to other kinds of t...
March 25, 2015
Enterprise collaboration and communications tools are more fragmented than ever, and the proliferation of new approaches for collaboration is hindering productivity. Unified communications (UC) was su...