Brough Turner

Brough Turner

Founder & CTO at netBlazr
Joined on April 25, 2007 – United States
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About

Brough Turner is a well established communications industry engineer and entrepreneur.  He founded netBlazr to dramatically change the landscape for broadband Internet access in the US.  Previously Brough was founder and CTO of Natural MicroSystems (IPO 1994) and NMS Communications, building several successful businesses in fixed and mobile communications equipment.  He is an electrical engineering graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

While his leading interests are technology and innovation, his career has included roles in engineering, operations, finance, marketing and customer support.  He writes and is quoted widely on telecommunications topics in trade and general business publications and he is a frequent speaker at telecom industry events around the world.  From 2001-2008, Brough focused on wireless infrastructure and mobile applications.  His 3G and 4G tutorials are widely popular (Google ‘3G Tutorial’ for more info).  Brough blogs at http://blogs.broughturner.com on the technology, economic and social issues of communications at the intersection of telecom, mobility and the Internet.

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Topic Interests

VoIPMobile InternetTelecomBroadbandAccess ProvidersWirelessPolicy & RegulationP2PCybersecurityInternet ProtocolWhite SpaceDNSNet NeutralityICANNNetworksWebLawIPTVIP Addressing

Recent Blogs

100 Years of Monopoly Phone Service

So, How Big Is the Internet?

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Comparative Broadband Speeds - US Loses Again

Popular Posts

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