Jon Arnold

Jon Arnold

Principal, J Arnold & Associates
Joined on April 25, 2007 – Canada
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Jon Arnold is Principal of J Arnold & Associates, an independent analyst and marketing consultancy with a focus on IP communications. Previously, he was the VoIP Program Leader at Frost & Sullivan, where he was responsible for managing their subscription service for Global VoIP Equipment Markets.  The consultancy was launched in March 2005.

He is a frequent speaker at VoIP and telecom conferences, including eComm, Internet Telephony, VON, NXTcomm, Pacific Telecom Council, Dow Jones Network Ventures, NYSSA, IT360 and the Canadian Institute. In addition, he serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of Business Technology Quarterly, and the Advisory Board for the 2009 eComm conference.

Jon is frequently quoted in the business and trade press, radio and television, including Business Week, Forbes, Fortune, NYT, WSJ, Financial Times, CNET News, Light Reading, Globe & Mail, Financial Post, Toronto Star and ROB TV. Media profile archive available upon request. Jon writes a bi-monthly column - Service Provider Views - for TMCnet, and serves as Editor of the industry portal. He is also a Gerson Lehrman Group Scholar, where his advice is regularly sought out by the finance and investment community, and is an expert contributor to Tech Target’s portal.

Topic Interests

VoIPMobile InternetAccess ProvidersBroadbandTelecomIPTVWebWirelessPolicy & RegulationNet NeutralityWhite SpaceCybersecurityCyberattackCybercrimeMalwareP2PInternet GovernanceLawBrand ProtectionCloud ComputingInternet ProtocolEmailData CenterCensorshipPrivacyNetworks

Recent Blogs

WikiLeaks and Stuxnet - Smart Grid Wakeup Calls

Cisco Collaboration Summit - Where Unified Communications Could Be Going

Will the Cloud Kill Telecom Vendors?

Avaya's web.alive - Another Approach for Unified Communications?

Google Voice: Race to the Bottom for Telephony - or Something Else?

Popular Posts

Skype Goes IPO - What Should Service Providers Do?

Will the Cloud Kill Telecom Vendors?

Are Service Providers Giving Up on Landline too Soon?

Google Wave: Good News or Bad News for Carriers?

Google Voice: Race to the Bottom for Telephony - or Something Else?