Editor Profile - Tim O’Neill is an independent technology consultant. He has over 30 years experience working in the WAN, Analog, ISDN, ATM and LAN test market. Tim has worked with companies like Navtel, Network General, Ganymede and ClearSight Networks and is now helping companies get lab recognition and technology verification. Tim is a patent holding, published and degreed engineer, who has seen this technology grow from Teletype (current loop) data analysis to today’s 10 Gigabit LAN’s focused on business applications with heavy compliance demands. Tim is currently the Chief Contributing Editor for LoveMyTool.com. Tim can be reached at oldcommguy (at) gmail (dot) com and you can read his articles here.
Editor Profile - Denny K Miu was the Founder and former CEO of two companies, Gigamon Systems and Integrated Micromachines (now Touchdown Technologies). Denny has extensive experience in developing technology, products and business relationships. He has been a Professor, an engineer, an entrepreneur, a team leader as well as an individual contributor. Denny is currently the Executive Editor of LoveMyTool.com, his third start-up.
You can email Denny or find out more about his second book by visiting his Google Profile.
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oldcommguy (at) bellsouth (dot) net
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