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Hands-on technical and technical management experience...

Daniel Minoli has many years of technical-hands-on and managerial experience in planning, designing, deploying, and operating secure IP/IPv6-, telecom-, wireless-, satellite- and video networks for global Best-In-Class carriers and financial companies.

Roles in the past two decades have included General Manager Ground Systems Engineering at SES, the world’s largest satellite services provider, Director of Network Architecture at Capital One Financial, Chief Technology Officer at InfoPort Communication Group, and Vice President of Packet Services at Teleport Communications Group (TCG) (eventually acquired by AT&T).  He is currently Principal Consultant at DVI Communications, New York.

He has published 60 technical books, many the first book in a given technical field; he has spoken at over 90 technical conferences.  He is a reviewer for several publishers including Elsevier, Springer, IEEE, and Wiley.  He has taught (adjunct) over 75 college grad/undergrad courses at New York University, Stevens Institute of Technology, and Rutgers University. 

Over 260 U.S. patents cite Mr. Minoli’s published work, documenting his expertise.  Furthermore, over 7,650 academic researchers cite his work in their own peer-reviewed publications, according to Google Scholar (see this link here for full set).

Mr. Minoli has extensive Expert Witness experience in patent- and other technology-related litigation, having written numerous reports and declarations, having been deposed, and having testified in court; he also have experience with PGRs.  He has extensive research, technical, managerial, and Intellectual Property (IP) expertise in the areas of telecommunications, networking, broadband, Internet, VoIP, video, multimedia, MPLS, IPv6, wireless/Wi-Fi, satellite, mobility, and IoT/M2M for both carrier networks and enterprise networks.

He has undertaken Intellectual Property (IP)  work related to infringement/non-infringement analysis, breach-of-contract, dispute of equipment functionality, and portfolio valuation (often with resulting depositions and testimony) in the area of packet video/IPTV, packet voice/VoIP, networking, imaging (scanned checks), IoT, and wireless.  He has undertaken twenty-one (23) such efforts since 2002 entailing one Court testimony, numerous depositions, Expert Reports, Rebuttals, and PGR Declarations.

Law firms supported include: Glenn Agre Bergman & Fuentes, Goldberg Segalla, Morrison Foerster, Offit Kurman, Kasowitz Benson Torres, McDermott Will & Emery, Gibson Dunn, Fish Richardson, Sullivan & Cromwell, DLA Piper, Abrams & Bayliss, Fox Rothschild, Bragalone, McCarthy, Cooley, Morris, Nichols, Munger, Tolles & Olson, Fulbright & Jaworski, Dimock Stratton / Smart & Biggar, Baker & McKenzie, and Schiff Hardin.  Client firms include AT&T, AT&T Wireless, Verizon Communications, Frontier Communications, Sprint, Bell Canada, Metaswitch, Broadsoft, Lawo Inc., Traeger Pellet Grills, EMC (GEE)/STM, Verint, Securus, WSOU, Marble VoIP, IQVIA (Business Intelligence firm), Lightyear, and IBM/Royal Bank Of Canada.

In the past Mr. Minoli has been responsible for (i) development, engineering, and deployment of metro Ethernet, IP/MPLS, and VoIP/VoMPLS networks, (ii) the development, engineering, and deployment of hybrid IPTV, non-linear, and, 3DTV video systems, (iii) deployments of a dozen large aperture antenna (7-13 meters) at teleports in the U.S. and abroad; (iv) deployment of satellite monitoring services worldwide (over 40 sites); and, (v) development, engineering, and deployment of IPv6-based services in the M2M/Internet of Things (IoT) area, the non-linear video area, the smartphone area, the satellite area, and the network security area.

Mr. Minoli also played a founding role in the launching of two companies through the high-tech incubator Leading Edge Networks Inc., which he ran in the early 2000s: Global Wireless Services, a provider of secure broadband hotspot mobile Internet and hotspot VoIP services; and, InfoPort Communications Group, an optical and Gigabit Ethernet metropolitan carrier supporting Data Center/SAN/channel extension and cloud network access services.

He has worked at financial firms such as AIG, Prudential Securities, Capital One Financial, and service provider firms such as Network Analysis Corporation, Bell Telephone Laboratories, ITT, Bell Communications Research (now Telcordia), AT&T, Leading Edge Networks Inc., and SES.  He is also a technical adviser of The IPv6 Institute, a certification organization for IPv6 networking technology, IPv6 global network deployment, and IPv6 security.

Minoli has done important work in security, including leading-edge work such as security in an-IPv6 environment (results documented in the first text on the topic of Security in an IPv6 Environment, Francis and Taylor, 2009, co-authored), Information Security Risk Management In Enterprise Environments (Wiley 2010, co-authored), security for IPTV systems, particularly encryption and Conditional Access (approaches documented in his text IP Multicast with Applications to IPTV and Mobile DVB-H, Wiley, 2008), and, basic security work as documented in the Minoli-Cordovana Authoritative Computer and Network Security Dictionary (Wiley, 2006, co-authored.)  See publication list further below.

He has taught as an adjunct at New York University (Information Technology Institute), Rutgers University, and graduate school at Stevens Institute of Technology (1984-2003).  He also undertook training initiatives and/or lecturing for Monmouth University, Carnegie-Mellon University, and Mercer Community College (where he developed in 2014 a 4-class Security Certification program.)

Mr. Minoli has also written columns for ComputerWorld, NetworkWorld, and Network Computing (1985-2006). Also, he was a Technology Analyst At-Large, for Gartner/DataPro (1985-2001); based on extensive hand-on work at financial firms and carriers, he tracked technologies and wrote CTO/CIO-level technical scans in the area of telephony and data systems, including topics on security, disaster recovery/business continuity, network management, LANs, WANs (ATM, IPv4, MPLS, IPv6), wireless (LANs, public hotspot, wireless sensor networks, 3G/4G, and satellite), VoIP, network design/economics, carrier networks (such as metro Ethernet and CWDM/DWDM), and e-commerce.  For several years Mr. Minoli was a Session-, Tutorial-, and overall Technical Program Chair for the IEEE ENTNET (Enterprise Networking) conference; ENTNET focused on enterprise networking requirements for large financial firms and other corporate institutions (this IEEE group has now merged and has become the IEEE Technical Committee on Information Infrastructure [TCIIN].)

Additionally, over the years he has advised Venture Capitalists for investments in a dozen high-tech companies.  He performed extensive technical, sales, and marketing analyses of high-tech firms seeking funding for a total of approximately $150M, developing multimedia, digital video, physical layer switching, VSATs, telemedicine, Java-based CTI, VoFR & VPNs, HDTV, optical chips, H.323 gateways, nanofabrication/QCL wireless, and TMN mediation. Included the following efforts: MRC: multimedia & Asynchronous Transfer Mode; NHC: Physical Layer switch; CoastCom: VSAT systems; Cifra: tele-medicine; Uniforce: Java IP-based CTI; Memotec: VoFR; Miranda: HDTV & Electronic Cinema; Lumenon: optical WDMs; Medisys: Web-based healthcare ASP; Tri-Link: H.323 VoIP gateway; Maxima: wireless free-space optics metro networks using nanofabricated QCLs (Quantum Cascade Lasers); and, ACE*COMM for TMN/IPDR (financiers/VCs: Societe’ General de Financiament de Quebec; Caisse de Depot et Placement Quebec; Les Funds De Solidarite’ Des Travailleurs).


407-2004 - Quantum Communication and Quantum Internet Applications, Taylor and Francis/CRC, 2024

406-2023 – AI Applications to Communications and Information Technologies -- The Role of Ultra Deep Neural Networks, Wiley, November 2023

405-2021 -- Situational Awareness for Law Enforcement and Public Safety Agencies Operating in Smart Cities -- Part 1: Technology; chapter in Springer’s book IoT and WSN based Smart Cities: A Machine Learning Perspective. S. Rani, V. Sai, R. Maheswar (Ed).  Springer 2022, ISBN 978-3-030-84181-2 (With B. Occhiogrosso and A. Koltun).

404-2021 -- Situational Awareness for Law Enforcement and Public Safety Agencies Operating in Smart Cities – Part 2: Platforms; chapter in Springer’s book IoT and WSN based Smart Cities: A Machine Learning Perspective. S. Rani, V. Sai, R. Maheswar (Ed).  Springer 2022, ISBN 978-3-030-84181-2 (With B. Occhiogrosso and A. Koltun).

403-2021 -- High-Density and De-Densified Smart Wireless Campus Communications: Technologies, Integration, Implementation and Applications (Wiley 2022) (with J. Dressendofer).

402-2020 - Wireless Supernetwork For High-Density Large Venue Settings, U.S. Patent Application #: 63/143,572, Filing Date: Jan 29, 2021 (with J. Dressendofer)

401-2020 -- IoT-driven Advances in Commercial and Industrial Building Lighting and in Street Lighting, in the upcoming book, Industrial IoT: Challenges, Design Principles, Applications, and Security, Ismail Butun Editor.  Springer, 2020, ISBN 978-3-030-42500-5. (With B. Occhiogrosso).

400-2019 -- Positioning of blockchain mechanisms in IoT-powered smart home systems: A gateway-based approach, Elsevier IoT Journal, Special Issue on IoT Blockchains, Volume 10, June 2020,

399-2019 -- Blockchain-enabled Fog and Edge Computing: Concepts, Architectures and Smart City Applications.  Chapter in book: Blockchain-enabled Fog and Edge Computing: Concepts, Architectures and Applications, Editors: M. H. Rehmani, M. M. Rehan, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2020.  Boca Raton, Fla. (With B. Occhiogrosso). 

398-2019 -- Practical Aspects for the Integration of 5G Networks and IoT Applications in Smart Cities Environments, Special Issue titled "Integration of 5G Networks and Internet of Things for Future Smart City," Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing.  Vol. 2019, Article ID 5710834, 30 pages, August 2019.  Hindawi & John Wiley & Sons (  (With B. Occhiogrosso). 

397-2019 -- MIPv6 in Crowdsensing Applications For SIoT Environments, Chapter in book Towards Social Internet of Things: Enabling Technologies, Architectures and Applications, Hassanien A., Bhatnagar R., Khalifa N., Taha M. (eds), Chapter 3, Springer, 2020.  pp 31-49, Part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence book series (SCI, volume 846).  (With B. Occhiogrosso and W. Wang).

396-2018 -- Constrained Average Design Method for QoS-based Traffic Engineering at the Edge/Gateway Boundary in VANETs and Cyber-Physical Environments," Chapter in book Managing Resources for Futuristic Wireless Networks, IGI Global, 2020.  Mamata Rath, Editor, (with B. Occhiogrosso).

395-2018 -- Ultrawideband (UWB) Technology For Smart Cities IoT Applications, 2018 IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2) - IEEE ISC2 2018- Buildings, Infrastructure, Environment Track, Kansas City, Sept 16-19, 2018.  (With B. Occhiogrosso). 

394-2018 -- Editor-In-Chief, Special Issue on Blockchain Applications in IoT Environments, Overview, Elsevier IoT Journal, November 2019,

393-2018 -- Blockchain Mechanisms for IoT Security, Elsevier IoT Journal, Issue 1, Volume 1, Summer 2018.  (With B. Occhiogrosso).  

392-2017- IoT Applications to Smart Campuses and a Case Study, EAI (European Alliance for Innovation) Endorsed Transactions on Smart Cities, Publisher EAI, European Union Digital Library, ISSN 2518-3893 Volume 2. Published 19th Dec 2017,  (With B. Occhiogrosso).

391-2017- Implementing the IoT for Renewable Energy, Chapter in Internet of Things, Editors: Q. Hassan, A. R. Khan, S. A. Madani, Wiley/IEEE Press, 2018.  (With L. Finco). 

390-2018- A Review of Wireless and Satellite-based M2M/IoT Services in Support of Smart Grids, Mobile Networks and Applications Journal, Springer, 2017.  (With B. Occhiogrosso et al). 

389-2017- Mobile IPv6 Protocols and High Efficiency Video Coding For Smart City IoT Applications, CEWIT2017 Conference, Nov. 8-9-2017, Stony Brook, NY.  (With B. Occhiogrosso).  

388-2017- A Review of Wireless and Satellite-based M2M Services in Support of Smart Grids, 1st EAI International Conference on Smart Grid Assisted Internet of Things (SGIoT 2017), July 11–13, 2017, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada (with B. Occhiogrosso et al).
387-2017- IoT Security (IoTSec) Mechanisms For e-Health and Ambient Assisted Living Applications – A Big Data Role, The Second IEEE/ACM International Workshop on Safe, Energy-Aware, & Reliable Connected Health (SEARCH 2017) (collocated with CHASE 2017, Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems, and Engineering Technologies), Philadelphia, 2017. (with B. Occhiogrosso et al).
386-2017- Multimedia IoT Systems and Applications, Global IoT Summit (GIoTS-2017), Organized by Mandat International, IEEE IoT TsC, the IoT Forum and IPv6 Forum (colocated with the IoT Week), 6-9 June 2017, Geneva, Switzerland; (with B. Occhiogrosso et al).
385-2017- The Emerging “Energy Internet of Things”, Chapter in Internet of Things, Editors: Q. Hassan, A. R. Khan, S. A. Madani, Wiley/IEEE Press, 2018.  (with B. Occhiogrosso et al). 

384-2017-IoT Considerations, Requirements, and Architectures for Smart Buildings – Energy Optimization and Next Generation Building Management Systems (IEEE IoT Journal, 2017, Volume 4, Issue 1, pages 269-283) (with K. Sohraby and B. Occhiogrosso). 

383-2017- Security Considerations for IoT Support of E-Health Applications, Chapter in Internet of Things: Challanges, Advances and Applications, Editors: Q. Hassan, A. R. Khan, S. A. Madani, CRC Press, 2017, ISBN 9781498778510.  (with B. Occhiogrosso et al). 

382-2017- IoT Security (IoTSec) Considerations, Requirements, and Architectures, 2017 14th IEEE Annual Consumer Communications & Networking Conference (CCNC), 8-11 January 2017 in Las Vegas, NV, USA. IEEE catalog number: CFP17CCN-CDR, ISBN:978-1-5090-6195-2, ISSN: 2331-9860.  (With K. Sohraby, J. Kouns). 

381-2017- Internet Of Things (IoT)-Based Apparatus And Method For Rail Crossing Alerting Of Static Or Dynamic Rail Track Intrusions, JRC2017-2304, Proceedings of JRC (Joint Rail Conference), April 4-7, 2017, Philadelphia, PA. (with B. Occhiogrosso). 

380-2017 – On Overview of IoT Technologies and Solutions for Smart Cities.  Chapter in Internet of Things, Editors: Q. Hassan, A. R. Khan, S. A. Madani, Wiley/IEEE Press, 2018.  (with B. Occhiogrosso). 

379-2017 – IoT Considerations, Requirements, and Architectures for Insurance Applications.  Chapter in Internet of Things: Challanges, Advances, and Applications, Editors: Q. Hassan, A. R. Khan, S. A. Madani, CRC Press, 2017, ISBN 9781498778510.  (with B. Occhiogrosso et al). 

378-2015- Innovations in Satellite Communication (Wiley 2015). 

377-2015- Article on Dan Minoli: Beef Up Cybersecurity to Fend Off Hackers, Bart Jackson, April 15, 2015, U.S. 1 Newspaper. 

376-2015- Addressing Cybersecurity Risks, NJ SBDC Cybersecurity Conference at TCNJ, Ewing Township, NJ, April 20, 2015. 

375-2013- Building the Internet of Things with IPv6 and MIPv6 (Wiley, 2013). 

374-2012- Mobile Video with Mobile IPv6 (Wiley 2012).  

373-2012- Linear and Non-Linear Video and TV Applications Using IPv6 and IPv6 Multicast (Wiley 2012).

372-2011- Designing Green Networks and Network Operations (Francis and Taylor, 2011). 

371-2011- 3D Television (3DTV) Technology, Systems, and Deployment (Taylor and Francis, 2011). 

370-2011- 3D Television (3DTV) Content Capture, Encoding, and Transmission (Wiley 2011). 

369-2011 Designing Green Networks with Reduced Carbon Footprints, Journal of Telecommunications Management, April 2010, Volume 3, Number 1, pages 15-35.

368-2010- Information Technology Risk Management in Enterprise Environments: A Review of Industry Practices and a Practical Guide to Risk Management Teams (coauthored) (Wiley 2010). 

367-2010- Chair, Media Forum, IEEE Globecom, Miami, Dec. 2010.  Deploying the Infrastructure to Deliver Evolving Next-Generation TV and Video Services. 

366-2009- Technical Conference Program Chair, IEEE Enterprise Networking (ENTNET) 2009.  Honolulu, Dec. 2, 2009.  Develop & deliver entire technical content for IEEE conference spanning a 3-session 1-day program.  Conference focuses on institutional networking.  Additionally, Chair a session on Green Networks. 

365-2009- Security in an IPv6 Environment (coauthored) (Taylor and Francis, 2009). 

364-2009- Satellite Systems Engineering in an IPv6 Environment (Francis and Taylor 2009). 

363-2008- Technical Conference Program Chair, IEEE Enterprise Networking (ENTNET) 2008.  New Orleans, LO, Dec. 3, 2008.  Develop & deliver entire technical content for IEEE conference spanning a 3-session 1-day program.  Conference focuses on institutional networking.  Additionally, Chair a session on Enterprise Architecture. 

362-2008- IP Multicast with Applications to IPTV and Mobile DVB-H (Wiley, 2008). 

361-2008- Handbook on Information Technology in Finance, D. Seese Editor, Elsevier, 2008, Chapter on Grid Computing. 

360-2008- Handbook of IPv4 to IPv6 Transition Methodologies For Institutional & Corporate Networks (coauthored) (Auerbach, 2008). 

359-2008- Enterprise Architecture A to Z: Frameworks, Business Process Modeling, SOA, and Infrastructure Technology (Auerbach, 2008). 

358-2007-Whatever Happened to the OTN? NetworkWorld 06/04/07.

357-2007- Wireless Sensor Networks (coauthored with K. Sohraby and T. Znati) (Wiley 2007). 

356-2007- Technical Conference Program Chair, IEEE Enterprise Networking (ENTNET).  Develop & deliver entire technical content for IEEE conference spanning an 8-session 2-day program.  Conference focuses on institutional networking, including wireless and video services.  Washington, D.C.,11/2007. 

355-2007- Network Infrastructure and Architecture – Designing High-Availability Networks (coauthored) (Wiley, 2007). 

354-2007- IPv6: Today or tomorrow? NetworkWorld 03/06/07.

353-2006- Voice Over IPv6 – Architecting the Next-generation VoIP (Elsevier, 2006). 

352-2006- The virtue of virtualization. NetworkWorld 02/27/06

351-2006- Session Chair and Conference Tutorial Organizer, IEEE Enterprise Networking (ENTNET).  Develop & organize tutorial content for IEEE conference (4 tutorials). Also, make presentation: Enterprise Architecture Planning, Wireless, and Grid Computing. Vancouver, BC, 9/2006. 

350-2006- Needed: an enterprise security architecture. NetworkWorld 05/08/06.

349-2006- Minoli-Cordovana Authoritative Computer and Network Security Dictionary (coauthored) (Wiley, 2006). 

348-2006- Metro Ethernet: Where's the beef? Networkworld 12/07/06.

347-2006- IPTV: Tomorrow’s Services Here Today, IEEE Enterprise Networking (ENTNET), Vancouver, BC, 9/2006. 

346-2006- Enterprise architecture is not rocket science. NetworkWorld 07/24/06.

345-2006- Do we need computing in the network? NetworkWorld 10/02/06.

344-2005- ZigBee: What's in it for me? NetworkWorld 12/05/05.

343-2005- Why VoIP over IPv6 will be better. NetworkWorld 10/10/05.

342-2005- Start planning for the nanorevolution. NetworkWorld 07/25/05.

341-2005- Session Chair & Conference Organizer, Supercomm.  Also, make presentation: Next-generation Extranets, Chicago, Ill, 6/2005. 

340-2005- Preparing for next-gen extranets. NetworkWorld 6/10/05.

339-2005- Nanotechnology Applications to Telecommunications and Networking (Wiley, 2005). 

338-2005- Is MPLS ready for prime time? NetworkWorld 3/28/05.

337-2005- A Networking-Approach to Grid Computing (Wiley, 2005). 

336-2004- Session Chair and Conference Organizer, Supercomm.  Also, make presentation: Networking and State of the Art Data Centers. Chicago, Ill, 6/2004. 

335-2004- Delivering Voice Over IP and the Internet (coauthored) (Chinese Translation, 2004). 

334-2003- Telecommunication Technologies Handbook, 2nd Edition (Artech House, 2003). 

333-2002- Voice Over MPLS (McGraw-Hill, 2002). 

332-2002- Next-generation SONET-based Metro Area Networks – Planning and Designing the Provider Network (McGraw-Hill, 2002). 

331-2002- Hotspot Networks: Wi-Fi for Public Access Locations (McGraw-Hill, 2002). 

330-2002- Ethernet-based Metro Area Networks – Planning and Designing the Provider Network (coauthored) (McGraw-Hill, 2002). 

329-2002- Delivering Voice Over IP and the Internet, 2nd Edition (coauthored) (Wiley, 2002). 

328-2001- Gigabit-Ethernet-based Services In Metropolitan Environments, Web Week 2001 – Telecom, New Brunswick, October 2001. 

327-2001- Building Gigabit-Ethernet–based Carriers, Deploying GbE and 10 GbE in the MAN and WAN, Institute For International Research, Dallas, TX, June 2001. 

326-2000- Voice Over IP Status; ICM, VoiceNet 2000, Dallas, Tx., April 2000. 

325-2000- The Telecommunications Handbook, K. Terplan & P. Morreale Editors, IEEE Press, 2000, Major Video Section, D. Minoli. 

324-2000- IP Applications with ATM, (coauthored), (Chinese Translation, 2000). 

323-2000- Examining the Current Status of IP Routing, Next Generation Switching and Routing: Building a Faster Core for your Network, Atlanta, GA, June 2000.

322-1999- VoIP: A Status Roundtable; ICM Broadband Networking Conference, Chicago, Il.., August 1999. 

321-1999- The Future of the Internet: Where to Use Gigabit Ethernet, ATM, and Packet Over SONET; Advanced Internet Protocols Conference, San Diego, Feb. 23-24, 1999. 

320-1999- Telecommuting Issues and Solutions, Managing Data Networks, Datapro Report 1070 MVN, February 1995.

319-1999- Java-Approaches to VoIP; Institute For International Research Conference, Washington, D.C., May, 1999. 

318-1999- Internet Architectures, (coauthored), Publishing House of Electronics Industry (Chinese Translation, 1999). 

317-1999- Internet Architectures (coauthored) (Wiley, 1999). 

316-1999- Developing E-commerce Applications; UNISYS User Group, New York, September 1999. 

315-1999- Data Technology Deployments for Which High-end Testers are Needed, HP Industry Advisory Council Meeting, Colorado Springs, Sept. 1999. 

314-1998- Web Commerce Handbook (coauthored) (McGraw-Hill, 1998). 

313-1998- Quality of Service Roundtable: Vendor Support; ICM Broadband Networking Conference, Chicago, Il., August 1998. 

312-1998- Quality of Service Considerations in IP and ATM Networks; ICM Broadband Networking Conference, Miami, Fl., April 1998. 

311-1998- QOS-Enabled Communications; 2nd Texas A&M Symposium on Communications, Austin, Tx., February 1998. 

310-1998- Planning and Managing ATM networks, (coauthored) (Chinese Translation 1998). 

309-1998- Network Layer Switched Services (coauthored) (Wiley, 1998). 

308-1998- MPOA: Building State-of-the Art ATM Intranets (coauthored) (Prentice-Hall/Manning, 1998). 

307-1998- IP Applications with ATM (coauthored) (McGraw-Hill, 1998). 

306-1998- Internetworking Roundtable: Vendor Support; ICM Broadband Networking Conference, Chicago, Il., August 1998. 

305-1998- Integrating Circuit and Packet Switching: Achieving QOS in Public IP Networks; Institute for International Research, Orlando, Dec. 1998. 

304-1998- High-Speed Internet Access with ADSL; Fall Condex, Miami Beach, September 1998. 

303-1998- Designing ATM and IP Backbones; Interop 1998, Las Vegas, Ne., May 1998. 

302-1998- Delivering Voice Over IP Networks, 1st Edition (coauthored) (Wiley, 1998)

301-1998- Delivering Voice over Frame Relay and ATM, (coauthored) (Wiley, 1998). 

300-1998- Architectures for Voice over Data Networks; ICM Broadband Networking Conference, Chicago, Il., August 1998. 

299-1997- Video Dialtone Technology, Publishing House of Electronics Industry (Chinese Translation, 1997). 

298-1997- Selection of Carrier Class ATM and Frame Relay Switches; Annual ECI Telecom Technical & Planning Symposium, Washington, DC., July 1997. 

297-1997- Selecting a Carrier for High-end ATM Services; International Engineering Symposium, Chicago, Ill. August 1997.

296-1997- Planning and Managing Corporate ATM-based Networks (coauthored) (Prentice-Hall/Manning, 1997). 

295-1997- Making Broadband Services Real; 1997 Interop, Las Vegas, Ne, May 1997. 

294-1997- LAN, LAN Emulation, and ATM (coauthored) (Artech House, 1997). 

293-1997- IP Switching, Tag Switching, MPOA, MPLS; Nordex Wall Street Seminar, NYC, June 1997. 

292-1997- Internet and Intranet Engineering (McGraw-Hill, 1997). 

291-1997- High-performance Networking via IP-switching; Baltimore ITEC Expo, May 1997. 

290-1997- Convergence of Networking Technologies; 1997 Conference on Emerging Technologies, Nashville, TN., Jan 1997.

289-1997- Client/Server Applications On ATM Networks (coauthored) (Prentice-Hall/Manning, 1997). 

288-1997- Carrier's Roles in Making ATM Real; 1997 Broadband Networking Symposium, Washington, D.C., Nov. 1997.

287-1997- Carrier's Challenges in ATM Delivery; 1997 Comdex, Atlanta, GA, June 1997. 

286-1997 - Installing and Maintaining a Premises-Based Voice Wiring System, Datapro Report 5701, March 1997. 

285-1997 - Economic Considerations for ATM, Datapro Report BBN 2085, Jan. 1997. 

284-1997 -  ATM Network Design and Tools, Datapro Report BBN 2025, Feb 1997. 

283-1996- Voice, Video, and Multimedia over ATM; CMA Spring Session, June 1996, NYC. 

282-1996- Voice Over ATM, Making it a Reality; 1996 Integrated OSS For ATM Broadband Technologies, Orlando, Fla, Dec 1996. 

281-1996- Tutorial on ATM LANE and Classical IP Over ATM; CMA Winter Session, Feb. 1996, NYC. 

280-1996- Multimedia over the Broadband Network, Business Opportunities and Technology – A Comprehensive Report, International Engineering Consortium Publisher, Chicago, 1996 (D. Minoli, F. Golshami, F. Groom, Editors). 

279-1996- Keynote Speech: Network Issues in Convergence; IEEE Convergence of Networks and Services, NYC, Nov. 1996.

278-1996- Emerging Technology & High Speed Data Networking; TCG Industry Seminar, Boston, Mass, April 11, 1996. 

277-1996- Emerging Technology & High Speed Data Networking; TCG Industry Seminar, Chicago, Ill., Sept 1996. 

276-1996- Distance Learning: Technology and Applications (Artech House, 1996). 

275-1996- ATM-based Telemedicine Applications; 1996 Global Telemedicine and Federal Technologies, Williamsburg, VA, July 1996. 

274-1996- ATM in Supercomputing Environments; Supercomputing 1996, Pittsburgh, PA, Nov. 1996.

273-1996- ATM and Broadband; 1996 First Annual Telecommunications Conference, Austin, TX, October 1996. 

272-1996 - Worldcom Private Line Service, Datapro Report 3590, April 1996. 

271-1996 - Video Dialtone Overview, Datapro Report 3085, May 1996. 

270-1996 - Traffic Engineering Basics, Datapro Report 5420, July 1996. 

269-1996 - The Telephone Room Environment, Datapro Report 5720, May 1996. 

268-1996 - Telecommuting Issues and Solutions, Datapro Report 1070, Feb. 1996. 

267-1996 - T-Carrier Network Planning and Design, Datapro Report 5240, Sept. 1996. 

266-1996 - Switched Multimegabit Data Service, Datapro Report, April 1996. 

265-1996 - Sprint Private Line Service, Datapro Report 3585, July 1996. 

264-1996 - Signaling Concepts, Datapro Report 2912, Feb. 1996. 

263-1996 - Queueing Fundamentals for Telecommunications, Datapro Report 5430, Jan. 1996. 

262-1996 - Private T1 Networks for Business, Datapro Report, May 1996. 

261-1996 - Outsourcing Telecommunications, Datapro Report 5230, June 1996. 

260-1996 - MCI Leased Line Services, Datapro Report 3560, June 1996. 

259-1996 - Interstate Private Line Facilities, Datapro Report 3501, August 1996. 

258-1996 - Designing Voice Networks, Datapro Report 5401, April 1996. 

257-1996 - Common Channel Signaling System Number 7, Datapro Report 8420, March 1996. 

256-1996 - Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network (BISDN), Datapro Report 2046, Jan. 1996. 

255-1996 - AT&T Tariff 12, Datapro Report 3010, November 1996. 

254-1996 - AT&T Accunet Leased Line Service, Datapro Report 3510, Jan. 1996. 

253-1996 - Advanced Intelligent Networks, Datapro Report 3070, March 1996. 

252-1995- WilTel/Vyvx Video Services, Datapro Report CNS, June 1995.

251-1995- Video Dialtone Technology: Digital Video over ADSL, HFC, FTTC, and ATM (McGraw-Hill, 1995). 

250-1995- Video Dialtone (VDT): Overview, Datapro Report 1090CNS, May 1995.

249-1995- Video Compression Schemes, Datapro Market Report on Convergence Strategies&Technologies, 5/1995.

248-1995- Truth in Advertising, Network World, January 30, 1995, page 16.

247-1995- Traffic Engineering Basics, Datapro Report, June 1995.

246-1995- Telecommuting (coauthored) (Artech House, 1995). 

245-1995- Signaling Concepts, Datapro Report 2012MVN, March 1995.

244-1995- Service Level Agreements for Outsourced Networks; The Information Technology Outsourcing Institute, New York, February 1995. 

243-1995- Outsourcing Telecommunications, Datapro Report 1070, February 1995.

242-1995- Outsourcing Telecommunication Functions to Carriers; Systems Support Expo, San Francisco, October 1995. 

241-1995- Outsourcing Communications in the Health Care Industry, Conference on Outsourcing Support Services in Hospitals, Chicago, July 1995. 

240-1995- Next Generation LANs, Proceedings TechCon/NeoCon, Chicago, Ill., June 1995.

239-1995- MCI Communications Corp. Videoconferencing Service, Datapro Report 6060CNS, May 1995. 

238-1995- Making the Case Against 25 Mbps ATM, Network World, November 7, 1995, page 20.

237-1995- Local Loop Relief, Network World, April 10, 1995, page 25. 

236-1995- Introducing New Technologies, WSTA Ticker, November/December 1995, pages 10 ff. 

235-1995- Hold on, ATM is Now Off and Running, Network World, March 27, 1995, page 30. 

234-1995- Happy Birthday, ATM. How Old Are You Now? Network World, January 16, 1995, page 12. 

233-1995- Economic Considerations for ATM Technology and Services, Datapro Report 2085BBN, January 1995. 

232-1995- DSC ATM Switching Technology, Datapro Market Report on Convergence Strategies & Technologies, June 1995. 

231-1995- Designing Voice Networks, Datapro Report 5401MVN, May 1995. 

230-1995- Designing End-to-End Networks for New Multimedia Applications; Proceedings, ICA, Portland, Or., April 1995. 

229-1995- Common Channel Signaling System Number 7, Datapro Report 8420MVN, February 1995.

228-1995- ATM: Opportunities for End-users; CMA Show, New York, NY, September 1995. 

227-1995- ATM: Carriers' Challenges in Supporting Fastpacket and ATM Services, Proceedings Interop 1995, Atlanta, September 1995. 

226-1995- ATM: A Status Review, Proceedings, TechCon/NeoCon, Chicago, Ill., June 1995. 

225-1995- ATM Opportunities For The Futures Industry, Futures Industry Association Meeting, Proceedings, New York, April 1995. 

224-1995- ATM Network Design Issues and Tools, Datapro Report 2025BBN, March 1995. 

223-1995- AT&T Vendor Profile, Datapro Market Report on Convergence Strategies&Technologies, April 1995. 

222-1995- AT&T ATM Switching System, Datapro Market Report on Convergence Strategies&Technologies, 6/1995. 

221-1995- Analyzing Outsourcing, Reengineering Information and Communication Systems (McGraw-Hill, 1995). 

220-1995- Analyzing Outsourcing Strategies, Proceedings of Developing an Outsourcing Strategy Conference, Monterey, CA, 1995. 

219-1995- An Overview of ATM; Nortel's Forum, Toronto, Canada, June 1995. 

218-1995- An ATM Tutorial, Proceedings of 1995 Broadband And Multimedia Conforum, Miami, December 1995.

217-1995- An Assessment of Digital Video and Video Dialtone Technology, Regulation, Services, and Competitive Markets, Datapro Market Report on Convergence Strategies & Technologies, April 1995.

216-1995- ADC/Loral ATM Switching Technology, Datapro Market Report on Convergence Strategies & Technologies, June 1995. 

215-1995- A Call for Term Limits in Standards Development, Network World, February 14, 1995, page 16. 

214-1995- 1995: The Year of Video in Enterprise Nets, Network World, December 5, 1994, page 21.  

213-1995- 100 Mbps LAN Technology, Datapro Report 2227BBN, March 1995. 

212-1995 - Siemens ATM Switch, Datapro Market Report on Convergence Strategies & Technologies, June 1995. 

211-1995-  Outsourcing Telecommunication Functions to Carriers, Proceedings Systems Support Expo, San Francisco, October 1995. 

210-1995-  Exploding the Myths About ATM, Network World, May 8, 1995, page 21. 

209-1994- Videoconferencing, Broadband Networking, Datapro, Report, April 1994. 

208-1994- Video Dialtone And Digital Video over ATM; Mt. Jade Science & Technology, Newark, NJ, December 1994. 

207-1994- Telecommuting, Market Report, June 1994, Probe Research Corporation. 

206-1994- Technologias de Telecomunicaciones, Asociacion Hispanoamericana de Centros de Investigacion y Empresas de Telecomunicaciones, 1994, (Spanish Translation of Telecommunication Technologies Handbook). 

205-1994- Support Of Corporate Multimedia Over ATM; United Technologies Engineering Coordination Activities Eng.Ops. Subcom. For Computer Maintenance, Springfield, Mass, April 1994. 

204-1994- Signaling Principles for Frame Relay and Cell Relay Services (coauthored) (Artech House, 1994). 

203-1994- Putting the Brakes on the ATM Bandwagon, Network World, November 21, 1994, page 20.

202-1994- Imaging in Corporate Environments - Technology and Communication (McGraw-Hill, 1994). 

201-1994- Imaging Communications, Broadband Networking, Datapro, Report, June 1994.

200-1994- First, Second, and Next Generation LANs (McGraw-Hill, 1994). 

199-1994- Fiber Channel Standard is no Competion for ATM, Network World, December 19, 1994, page 18. 

198-1994- Distributed Multimedia Through Broadband Communication Services (coauthored) (Artech House, 1994). 

197-1994- Designing Scalable Networks, Network World Collaboration, January 10, 1994, pages 17 ff.

196-1994- Designing Corporate Networks To Carry Multimedia; ICA Summer Program, University Of Colorado, Boulder, Co, 1994. 

195-1994- Concocting a Recipe for the Right Multimedia Mix, Network World, September 12, 1994, pages L10.

194-1994- Communications-based Imaging, Market Report, September 1994, Probe Research Corporation.

193-1994- Cell Relay Service and ATM for Corporate Environments (coauthored) (McGraw-Hill, 1994). 

192-1994- ATM: Technology, Products, Services and Competitive Markets, Market Report, November 1994, Probe Research Corporation. 

191-1994- ATM: A Status Review; Central New York Communications Association, Syracuse, NY, Spring 1994. 

190-1994- ATM Standards and Status ATM, Broadband Networking, Datapro, Report 2015BBN, September 1994. 

189-1994- ATM Public Network Switching Technology, Broadband Networking, Datapro, Report 2885BBN, November 1994. 

188-1994- ATM Custumer Premises Equipment, Broadband Networking, Datapro, Report, December 1994. 

187-1993- The Distributed SNA Question - APPN or APPI, Network Computing, February 1993, pages 126 ff. 

186-1993- Network Design Tools For Fastpacket And ATM; Comnet, Washington, DC, 1993. 

185-1993- Multimedia: Opportunities for Carriers and Service Providers, Market Report, June 1993, Probe Research Corporation.

184-1993- Isochronous Ethernet: Poised for Launch, Network Computing, August 1993, pages 156 ff. 

183-1993- Distributed Multimedia, Bringing the Infrastructure Up to the Challenge, WAN Connections/Communications Week, August 1993, pages 60 ff. 

182-1993- Distance Learning Applications, Broadband Networking, Datapro Report 1015BBN, November 1993. 

181-1993- Digital Video Compression: Getting Images Across a Net, Network Computing, July 1993, pages 146 ff. 

180-1993- Broadband Network Analysis and Design (Artech House, 1993). 

179-1993- ATM-Based LANs; Texpro (Pacific Bell Technology Fair), San Francisco, 1993. 

178-1993- ATM Makes Its Entrance, WAN Connections/Communications Week, August 1993, pages 22 ff. 

177-1992- What Are the Standards for Interoperable LAN Security? Network Computing, June 1992, pages 148 ff. 

176-1992- Third Generation LANs; Unix Expo, New York, NY 1992. 

175-1992- Technology Overview: Frame Relay, Datapro, Report 2830, April 1992. 

174-1992- T1, Frame Relay and SMDS: A Market Comparison, Market Report, June 1992, Probe Research Corporation. 

173-1992- Local Asynchronous Transfer Mode (LATM) Systems, Broadband Networking, Datapro, Report 2250, December 1992. 

172-1992- IBM Enterprise Systems Connection (ESCON), Datapro, Report 2080, April 1992. 

171-1992- Enterprise Networking: Fractional T1 to SONET, Frame Relay to BISDN (Artech House, 1992). 

170-1992- Building the New OSI Security Architecture, Network Computing, June 1992, pages 136 ff. 

169-1992- Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network (BISDN), Datapro, Report 2890, April 1992. 

168-1992- ATM: The Future of Local and Wide Area Networks, Network Computing, October 15, 1992, pages 128 ff. 

167-1992- ATM Protocols: Let's Get Technical, Network Computing, November 15, 1992, pages 156 ff. 

166-1992- ATM and Cell Relay Concepts, Datapro, Report 2880, April 1992. 

165-1992- ANSI Fibre Channel Standard, Broadband Networking, Datapro, Report 2060, April 1992. 

164-1991- The New Wide Area Networking Technologies: SMDS and BISDN, Network Computing, June 1991, pages 88 ff. 

163-1991- The New Wide Area Networking Technologies: Frame Relay, Network Computing, May 1991, pages 102 ff. 

162-1991- Telecommunication Technologies Handbook, 1st Edition (Artech House, 1991). 

161-1991- Technology Overview: Frame Relay, Datapro Report CA09-020-50, January 1991. 

160-1991- Switched Multimegabit Data Service, Datapro, Report CA09-020-601, February 1991. 

159-1991- Overview of ISDN Terminal Adapters, Datapro CD-ROM Report, 1991. 

158-1991- Interconnecting Local Area Networks Over a Wide Area: Switched Solutions, Network Computing, February 1991, pages 81 ff. 

157-1991- Interconnecting LANs Over a Wide Area: Switched Solution, Network Computing, February 1991. 

156-1991- Emerging Broadband Technologies Part 1: WANs, Managing Data Networks, Datapro, Report 3030, September 1991. 

155-1991- Emerging Broadband Technologies Part 1: LANs and MANs, Managing Data Networks, Datapro, Report 3025, August 1991. 

154-1991- Channel Extension: Stretching the Corporate Mainframe and Supercomputer Network, Network Computing, November 1991, pages 88 ff. 

153-1990- The Ageo Transform With Applications to Data Communications, 1st ORSA Telecom SIG Conference, Proceedings, Boca Raton, FL, March 1990. 

152-1990- Performance Issues for Intelligent Data Networks, 1990 ORSA/TIMS Conference, Proceedings, Las Vegas, Nv, May 1990. 

151-1990- Network Security: Managing Viruses and Other Threats, Datapro Report, 1535-270-101, February 1990. 

150-1990- Network Security: Managing Disasters, Datapro Report, 1535-210-101, May 1990. 

149-1990- Is Channel Switching A Service Which Users Might Want To Utilize? Yes.; The 10th North American ISDN User Forum, November 5-8, 1990, Gaitherburg, MD. Conference Proceedings, pages 339-351. 

148-1990- Internetworking LANs: Repeaters, Bridges, Routers and Gateways, Network Computing, October 1990, pages 96 ff. 

147-1990- Internetworking LANs: Repeaters, Bridges, Routers & Gateways, Network Computing, October 1990, pages 96ff. 

146-1990- Interconnecting Local Area Networks Over a Wide Area: High-Speed, Non-Switched Solutions, Network Computing, December 1990, pages 82 ff. 

145-1990- Interconnecting LANs over a Wide Area: High-Speed Non-Switched Solutions, Network Computing, December 1990, pages 82ff. 

144-1990- Connecting LANs to WANs: Low-Speed, Non-Switched Solutions, Network Computing, November 1990, pages 86ff. 

143-1989- NSC Channel Extension Product Evaluation, Datapro Report C14-660-101 (March 1989). 

142-1989- Network Monitoring and Control, Datapro Report NM20-200-101, June 1989.

141-1989- Network Management Functions: Telecommunications Hardware, Datapro Report NM20-100-101, June 1989. 

140-1989- Managing Local Area Networks: Fault and Configuration Management, Datapro Report NM50-300-401, August 1989. 

139-1989- Managing Local Area Networks: Accounting, Performance, and Security Management, Datapro Report NM50-300-501, June 1989. 

138-1989- IBM Channel Extension Product Evaluation, Datapro Report C14-491-101 (March 1989). 

137-1989- Expert Systems Applications in Integrated Network Management (coauthored) (Artech House, 1989). 

136-1989- Evolving Security Management Standards, Datapro Report NM20-500-101, June 1989. 

135-1989- Data Switch Channel Extension Product Evaluation, Datapro Report C14-308-101 (March 1989). 

134-1989- An Overview of Channel Extenders, Datapro Report C14-010-101, March 1989. 

133-1988- Transitioning To An ISDN-Based Plant - A Datacom Perspective; Computer Networking Symposium, Washington, D.C., 1988. 

132-1988- The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Data Communications - A Survey, Proceedings of 1988 Bellcore Artificial Intelligence Symposium, Asbury Park, NJ, 1988. 

131-1988- T1 Test and Monitoring Equipment, Datapro Report CA30-020-701, July 1988. 

130-1988- Planning Operations Support Networks for the 1990s, International Communications Conference (ICC 1988), Philadelphia Conference Record. 

129-1988- Networks of the 1990s, Proceedings of the University's of UTAH Fourth Annual Management Information Systems Seminar, Salt Lake City, March 1988. 

128-1988- Fiber Optic Communications: Markets and Leaders, Datapro Reports on Communications Alternatives: CA10-110-201, 1986; updated 7/19/88. 

127-1988- Fiber Optic Communications: Issues and Trends, Datapro Reports on Communications Alternatives: CA40-010-101, 1986; updated 7/19/88. 

126-1988- Fiber Distributed Data Interface Standards, Datapro Report MT20-340-101, August 1988.

125-1988- Common Channel Signaling, Datapro Report MT20-320-201 November 1988.

124-1988- Application Of OSI/FTAM To Operating Telephone Companies Operations Systems Network; 1988 Enterprise Networking Event, Baltimore, Md. 

123-1988- An Overview of T-carrier Systems, Datapro Report CA30-010-304 March 1988. 

122-1988- An Overview Of Infrared Communications, Datapro Report CA70-010-201, January 1988. 

121-1988- An Overview Of Fiber Optic Carriers, Datapro Report CA20-020-318, March 1988. 

120-1987- Tutorial on Open System Interconnection Reference Model, Acknowledged support work for article in Business Week, June 1, 1987. 

119-1987- The 1987-1992 Outlook For Fiber Optics Use In The U.S. Telecommunications Industry: Part 2, Communications News, September 1987, Pg. 60-61. 

118-1987- The 1987-1992 Outlook For Fiber Optics Use In The U.S. Telecommunications Industry: Part 1, Communications News, August 1987, Pg. 34-39. 

117-1987- Queueing Fundamentals for Telecommunications, Datapro Report MT30-405-101, January 1987. 

116-1987- Part Iv Concludes Series On The U.S. Outlook For Fiber Optics With Forecasts For Its Use In LANs, Communications News, November 1987, Pg. 34, 35. 

115-1987- Part Iii On The Fiber Optics Outlook In The U.S. Discusses Some Issues Affecting The Technology, Communications News, October 1987, Pg. 61-63. 

114-1987- Fiber Optics Cabling Systems, Datapro Report CA40-010-701, June 1987. 

113-1987- Engineering PBX Networks, Part 3: Signaling, Datapro Report MT30-315-301, April 1987. 

112-1987- An Overview of Radio Technologies for Data Communications, Datapro Report CA70-010-502, August 1987. 

111-1987- An Overview Of Digital Crossconnect Systems, Datapro Report CA80-010-501, March 1987. 

110-1987- An Overview of CSUs, Datapro Report CA80-010-401, July 1987. 

109-1987- All About Channel Banks: Technology Briefing, Datapro CA-80-010-902, October 1987. 

108-1986- Where the Action is - Some Trends in Local are Networking, LAN Magazine, Oct 1986. 

107-1986- Vendors Define OSI Standards, Computer World Feb 17, 1986, pp. 19ff

106-1986- Use of Carrier Services in Support of Disaster Recovery; Interface 1986; Atlanta, Ga. 

105-1986- The Future of Modems, Teleconnect, Aug. 1986, pg 51-52. 

104-1986- Technically Speaking IEEE Spectrum, March 1986. 

103-1986- Putting Video On Desktops, Computerworld, October 1986, Pages 35 ff. 

102-1986- Phone Changes Benefit Users, Computer World, May 12, 1986, pg 19,23. 

101-1986- Packet-Switch Perspective, Computer World March 31, 1986, pp. 25ff. 

100-1986- Making Use of Spare FM Band, Computer World, June 6, 1986, pg 25, 29. 

099-1986- ISDN: Good News for the Communications Manager - Part 1, Computer World, Jan. 13, 1986. 

098-1986- ISDN Part 2, Computer World, Jan. 20, 1986. 

097-1986- Integrated Voice/Data PBX, Teleconnect, May 1986. 

096-1986- FM Subcarrier Communications, Datapro Report CA70-010-101, May 1986. 

095-1986- Fiber Optic Communications: Technology, Datapro Report CA40-010-301; updated 1/87 and 7/88.  

094-1986- Evaluating Communications Alternatives - Part 2: Pragmatic Network Design Issues, Datapro CA09-010-451, June 1986. 

093-1986- Evaluating Communications Alternatives - Part 1: Cost Analysis Methods, Datapro CA03-010-401, June 1986. 

092-1986- Engineering PBX Networks - Part 2: Gathering Support Data, Datapro MT30-315-201, Sept 1986. 

091-1986- Engineering PBX Networks - Part 1: Design Modules, Datapro MT30-315-101, Sept 1986. 

090-1986- Computer Network Architectures.  A Contemporary View - Part 1, Computer World, Feb.1986. 

089-1986- Computer Network Architectures - Part 2, Computer World, Feb.1986. 

088-1986- Communications Disaster Recovery, Infosystems, Feb. 1986, Pg. 38-40. 

087-1986- Choice: T1 Or Channel Banks, Computerworld, September 1, 1986, Pages 23 ff.

086-1986- Analyze Your Network Dollar, Computer World, July 28, 1986, pg 29-31.

085-1986- An Overview of ADPCM Transcoders, Datapro Report CA80-010-604, Nov 1986.

084-1986- Aloha Channels Thruput Degradation, 1986 Computer Networking Symposium Conference Record, pg 151-159.  Washington, D.C.

083-1985- What's Number 1: Voice Or Data? Computer World, Dec. 16, 1985, Pp. 21ff. 

082-1985- The Path To Good Network Design, Computer World, July 8, 1985, Pp 45ff. 

081-1985- Sampling: The Smaller View, Computer World, July 1, 1985, Pp 61ff. 

080-1985- Planning Cuts Net Set Up Costs, Computer World, July 29, 1985, Pp 57ff. 

079-1985- Numbers Add To Net Hassles, Computer World, June 6, 1985, Pp 52ff. 

078-1985- Network Documentation High Priority, Computer World, Aug. 5, 1985. 

077-1985- Managing The No. 2 Resource, Computer World, Nov. 4, 1985, Pp 35ff. 

076-1985- Interview by Computer World Communications Forecast, Computer World, Dec. 39, 1985, pp.39. 

075-1985- How To Choose The Proper Financial Model, Computer World, Sept. 9, 1985, Pp 87ff. 

074-1985- Hiring Staff: An Artful Skill, Computer World, Nov. 18, 1985, Pp 19ff. 

073-1985- Higher Initial Costs Pay Off, Computer World, June 10, 1985, Pp. 93ff. 

072-1985- Good Staff Hard To Find, Keep, Computer World, Nov. 11, 1985, Pp 31ff. 

071-1985- Financial Analysis for the Communications Manager, Computer World, Aug. 26, 1985, pp 66ff. 

070-1985- Disaster Recovery - The Communications Angle, Part 1, Computer World, April 8, 1985, pp. 91,96. 

069-1985- Disaster Recovery - Part 2 - Communication Technologies, Computer World, April 15, 1985, Pp. 77, 79. 

068-1985- Diagnosing Network Ills, Computer World, Dec. 23, 1985, pp. 21ff. 

067-1985- Designing Practical Voice And Data Communications Networks - Part 1, Computer World, May 6, 1985, Pp. 67, 73. 

066-1985- Designing Practical Networks - Part 2, Computer World, May 13, 1985, Pp. 83, 101. 

065-1985- Defining Budget Terminology, Computer World, Sept. 2, 1985 pp 61ff. 

064-1985- Bypass Strategies At Prudential-Bache, Interview With Computer World, April 29, 1985, Pp. 1, 4. 

063-1983- A New Design Criterion For Store-And-Forward Networks, Computer Networks, 7(1983), 9-15. 

062-1981- Structural Issues For Hyperperfect Numbers, Fibonacci Quarterly, Feb. 1981, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 6-14. 

061-1981- Strategy In Multigraduated Tariffs Under Random Usage, Computer Communications, Vol. 4, No. 6, Dec. 1981. 

060-1981- Designing Large Scale Private Voice Networks, Telephony, Sept. 14, 1981, Vol. 201, No. 12, pp 130ff. 

059-1981- A Stochastic Automata Approach To Computer Music, 1981 Internat. Elect./Electron. Conference, Record.  Toronto, Canada. 

058-1981- A Case For Simpler Tariffs, Telephony, Aug. 17, 1981, Vol. 201, No. 7, pp. 22-24. 

057-1980- Virtual Terminals In A Computer Communications Environment; INTELCOM 80 Conference. Los Angeles, CA, November, 1980.  (With W. Nakanime).

056-1980- Unmasking A Puzzling New Tariff: A Look At Some Hard Facts On WATS, Telephony, Nov. 24, 1980, Volume 199, No. 21, pp. 24-27. 

055-1980- Sizing Trunk Bundles Which Can Be Seized At Both Ends With Different Grade Of Service, IEEE Trans. on Comm., Vol. COMM-28, No. 6, June 1980, pp. 794-801. 

054-1980- Selection Of Communications Facilities Under A Multigraduated Tariff, Computer Networks, vol. 4, no. 6, Dec. 1980, pp. 295-301. 

053-1980- Packet Length Considerations In Carrier Sense Multiple Access Packet Radio Systems; INTELCOM 80 Conference.  Los Angeles, CA, November, 1980.  (With E. Paterno and W. Nakamine).

052-1980- Optimisation De Cout Des Reseaux D'acces Locaux Utilisant Les Options De Tarif Forfaitaires Pour Communications Publiques, Revue des Telecommunicationes, vol. 55, No. 2, 1980, pp. 118-126. 

051-1980- Optimal Allocation In A Multi-Resources Graduate Tariff Communication Environment, Computer Communications, Vol. 3, Number 4, August 1980, pp. 117-124. 

050-1980- New Results For Hyperperfect Numbers, Abstracts American Math. Soc., October 1980, Issue 6, Vol. 1, pp. 561. 

049-1980- More Results For The Modified Bernoulli Polynomials, Abstracts of the American Math. Society, Feb. 1980, Issue 2, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 220. 

048-1980- Mersenne Numbers Rooted On 3 For Number Theoretic Transforms, 1980 IEEE International Conf. on Acoust., Speech and Signal Processing.  Denver, Colorado, April 9-11, 1980.  (With W. Nakamine). 

047-1980- Local Network Design Strategies For FAXPAK, ICC 1980 Conference record, pp. 39.1.1-39.1.6. Seattle, Wa. (With G. Louit). 

046-1980- Issue In Non-Linear Hyperperfect Numbers, Mathematics of Computation, Vol. 34, No. 150, April 1980, pp. 639-645. 

045-1980- Inductive Formulae For General Sum Operations, Mathematics of Computation, Vol. 34, No. 150, April 1980, pp. 543-545. 

044-1980- Getting The Most WATS For Every Communication Dollar, Data Communications, September 1980, pp. 91-102. 

043-1980- Gestaltung Kostengunstinger Anschlussnetze Fur Das FAXPAK-Netz, Elektriches Nachrichtenwesen, Vol. 55, No. 2, 1980, pp. 118-126. 

042-1980- Engineering Two-Ways Foreign Exchange Trunk Bundle Systems, Computer Communication, April 1980, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 69-76. 

041-1980- Diseno Mas Economico De Redes De Acceso Locales Usando Las Ofertas De Servicio Masivo De Las Companias Explotadoras, Comunicaciones Electricas, Vol. 55, No. 2, 1980, pp. 118-126. 

040-1980- Digital Techniques In Sound Reproduction - Part 2, Audio, May 1980, pp. 34-42. 

039-1980- Digital Techniques In Sound Reproduction - Part 1, Audio, April 1980, pp. 54-61. 

038-1980- Cost Implications For Survivability Of Terrestrial Networks Under Malicious Failure, IEEE Trans. on Comm., Special Issue on Military Communications, Sept 1980, Vol. COMM-28, Number 9, pp. 1668-1674. (With E. Lipper). 

037-1980- Cost Effective Design Of Local Access Networks Using Common Carriers Bulk Service Offering, Electrical Communication, Vol. 55, No. 2, 1980, pp. 118-126. 

036-1980- Computing Average Loss Probability In A Circuit Switched Network, IEEE Trans. on Comm., Jan 1980, Vol.COMM-28, pp. 27-33. (With K. Schneider). 

035-1980- A Taxanomy And Comparison Of Random Access Protocols For Computer Networks, Networks 80 Conference Record. Included in the book Data Communication and Computer Networks, edited by S. Ramani, pp. 187-206.  (With W. Nakamine). 

034-1980- A Closed Form For Modified Bernoulli Polynomials, Abstracts American Soc., June 1980, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 373. India. 

033-1979- Some Results For Modified Bernoulli Polynomials, Notices of American Mathematical Society, Nov 1979, Issue 197, Vol. 26, Number 7, pp. A-613. 

032-1979- Some Design Parameters For PCM Based Packet Voice Communication, 1979 International Electrical/Electronics Conference Record.  Toronto, Ontario, 1979. 

031-1979- Satellite On-Board Processing Of Packetized Voice, ICC 1979 Conference Record, pp. 58.4.1-58.4.5. Vancouver, Canada, 1979. 

030-1979- Packetized Speech Networks, Part 2: Queeing Model, Australian Electronics Engineer, July 1979, pp. 68-76. 

029-1979- Packetized Speech Networks, Part 1: Overview, Australian Electronics Engineer, April 1979, pp. 38-52. 

028-1979- Packetized Speech Network, Part 3: Delay Behavior And Performance Characteristics, Australian Electronics Engineer, Aug. 1979, pp. 59-68. 

027-1979- Packet Radio Monitoring Via Repeater-On-Packets, IEEE Trans. on Aerosp. and Elect. Sys., Vol 15, Issue 4, July 1979, pp. 466-473. 

026-1979- Optimal Packet Length For Packet Voice Communication, IEEE Trans. on Comm., Concise paper, March 1979, Vol COMM-27, pp. 607-611. 

025-1979- Monitoring Mobile Packet Radio Devices, IEEE Trans. on Comm., Concise paper, Vol. COMM-27, Feb. 1979, Part 2, pp. 509-517.  (With I. Gitman). 

024-1979- Issues In Packet Voice Communication, Proceedings of IEE, Aug. 1979, Vol. 126, No. 8, pp. 729-740. 

023-1979- Intelligent Terminal Standards Could Enhance Net Efficiency, Data Communications, Vol. 8, No. 11, Nov. 1979, pp. 59-68. 

022-1979- Initialization Time For Packet Radio Networks With A Small Number Of Buffers, Alta Frequenza, October 1979, Vol. XLVIII, No. 10, pp. 653-628. 

021-1979- Exact Solution For The Initialization Time Of Packet Radio Networks With Two Station Buffers, NCC 1979 Conference Record, Vol. 48, pp. 875-885. New York City, 1979. 

020-1979- Digital Voice Communication Over Digital Radio Links, SIGCOMM Computer Communications Review, Vol 9, No. 4, Oct 1979, pp. 6-22. 

019-1979- Analytical Models For Initialization Of Single Hop Packet Radio Networks, IEEE Trans. on Comm., Special Issue on Digital Radio, Dec. 1979, Vol. COMM-27, pp. 1959-1967. (With I. Gitman and D. Walters). 

018-1979- An Algorithm For Computing Average Loss Probability In A Circuit Switched Network, Telecommunications Journal, June 1979, Vol, 29-1, pp. 28-37.  (With K. Schneider). 

017-1979- A Closed Form Expression For Initialization Time Of Packet Radio Networks, Frequenz, May 1979, 33(1979)5, pp. 126-133. 

016-1978- Sufficient Forms For Generalized Perfect Numbers, Ann. Fac. Sciences, Univ. Nation. Zaire, Section Mathem; Vol. 4, No. 2, Dec 1978, pp. 277-302. 

015-1978- On Connectivity In Mobile Packet Radio Networks, 28th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference Record, March 1978, pp. 105-109. Denver, CO.  (With I. Gitman). 

014-1978- Mixed Classes Of Traffic Obeying Different Queueing Rules With Reference To Integrated Packet Switched Networks, 1978 IEEE Canadian Conf. on Comm. and Power, Record, pp. 1-4.  Ottawa, 1978 (with E. Lipper). 

013-1978- General Geometric Arrival, Discrete Server Queue, NTC 1978 Conference Record, pp. 44.2.1-44.2.5. 

012-1978- General Geometric Arrival, Constant Server Queueing Problem With Applications To Packetized Voice, ICC 1978 Conference Record, Vol. 3, pp. 36.6.1-36.6.5.  Atlanta, GA, 1978. 

011-1978- Combinatorial Issues In Mobile Packet Radio, IEEE Trans. on Comm., Vol. COMM-26, Dec. 1978, pp. 1821-1826.  (With I. Gitman). 

010-1978- Analytical Models In Monitoring Mobile Packet Radio Devices, 28th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference Record, March 1978, pp. 110-118.  (With I. Gitman). 

009-1978- An Optimal Receiver For Code Division Multiplexed Signals, Alta Frequenza, July 1978, Vol. XLVII, No. 7, pp. 587-591.  (With K. Schneider). 

008-1978- An Approximate Analytical Model For Initialization Of Single Hop Packet Radio Networks, 1978 IEEE Can. Conf. on Comm. and Power, Record, pp. 107-110. 

007-1977- Asymptotic Form For The Generalized Factorial, Rev. Col. Matem., Number 2, Vol. 11, 1977, pp. 59-75. 

006-1977- A Technique For Establishing The Minimum Number Of Frequencies Required For Urban Mobile Radio Communication, IEEE Trans. on Comm., Sept. 1977, pp. 1054-1056. (With K. Schneider). 

005-1975- Use Of Matrices In The Four Color Problem, PME Journal, Volume 5, Spring 1975, Number 10, pp. 503-511. 

004-1975- Hyperperfect Numbers, PME Journal, Fall 1975, pp. 153-157. (With R. Bear). 

003-1975- Combinatorial Graph Complexity, Att. Accad. Naz. Linc, Rendiconti, Volume LIX, 2nd Semester, Fasc. 6, December 1975, pp. 651-661. 

002-1975- Analytical Models In Teacher's Evaluation, Polytechnic Engineer, Volume XVI, Number 2, February 1975, pp. 4-9.

001-1975- A Note On The Relation Between The Incidence And The Adjacency Matrix Of A Graph, The Matrix and Tensor Quarterly, Vol. 1975, Number 4, pp. 145-150.


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DVI Communications provides Expert Witness support for matters involving Intellectual Property (Patent Infringement & Validity, Trade Secrets) as well as, Product Malfunction, Breach of Contract, and Systems Forensics Analysis for technologies within the Telecom (Networking, VoIP, Data, Video & Multimedia, Satellite, Wireless, Cellular, Cable and Infrastructure), Information Technology and Electronic Security arenas. Our seasoned and trial-tested Expert Witnesses and consultants are enlisted by corporate counsel and law firms large and small. DVI experts proactively engage on behalf of Plaintiff or Defense to provide the Expert Witness expert analysis, consulting and litigation support services that our clients have relied on for over 20 years.  A representative list of leading law firms that DVI Communications has supported include: Fish & Richardson P.C, Baker Botts LLP, Cooley LLP, DLA Piper, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP, McDermott Will & Emery, Morrison & Foerster, Fox Rothschild LLP, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, McKool Smith, Mintz Levin, Schiff Hardin LLP, K&L Gates amongst others.


DVI Expert Witness/Intellectual Property Services


=> Patent validity/invalidity analysis

=> Patent infringement/non-infringement assessment

=> Prior Art discovery/analysis

=> Expert report generation & testimony

=> Technology contract disputes

=> Equipment forensic assessment

DVI Technology Focus Areas


=> Voice services: VoIP, SIP, Call/ Contact Centers, Unified Communications, Voice Mail, Voice Recording and Conferencing

=> Wireless: Wi-Fi, LTE, LMR (UHF/VHF), 4G/5G, Satellite, VSATs, DTH, HTS Internet, DAS. Transmission Technology

=> Video: Multimedia, MPEG-4, IPTV, Cable Networks, DOCSIS Systems, Audio-Visual Systems

=> Carrier & Enterprise Networks: Data Communications, IP, MPLS, AIN, Carrier Ethernet, Transmission Infrastructure, Web Services, Cloud Services

=> Internet of Things, M2M, Smart Buildings, Smart Appliances, Energy Management Systems

=> Data Networks: Routers, Switches, LAN/VLANs, Smart Campuses

=> Electronic Security: Video Surveillance, Access Control and Intruder Detection

=> Cabling and Wiring Infrastructure: Inside and Outside Plant, Twisted Pair, Coax and Fiber Optic Systems

=> Data Centers: IT systems -Servers, Switches, SANs, MEP Infrastructure, Site Vulnerability Assessment for Mission – Critical Applications


DVI Monitored Cases

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Parties: CommWorks Solutions, LLC v. Extreme Networks, Inc.

Date: 12/07/2023

Case: 6:23-cv-00835

Patent: 6,832,249: Globally accessible computer network-based broadband communication system with user-controllable quality of information delivery and flow priority.  A method for providing broadband communications over a multi-layered network having a plurality of Open System Interconnection (OSI) Reference Model layers functioning therein includes monitoring at least one OSI reference model layer functioning in the multi-layered network. A quality of service event is determined whether to have occurred in the multi-layered network. The quality of service event is determined to have occurred at a layer N in the OSI reference model. Network provisioning is changed at a layer less than N in response to the quality of service event, and a signal is provided when the network provisioning at the layer less than N has been changed. A system for providing broadband communications includes a multi-layered network, a network monitor, and a network controller. The multi-layered network has a plurality of Open System Interconnection (OSI) reference model layers functioning therein. The network monitor is coupled to the multi-layered network, and the network monitor is adapted to monitor at least one OSI reference model layer functioning in the multi-layered network, determine that a quality of service event has occurred in the multi-layer network, and determine that the quality of service event occurred at a layer N in the OSI reference model. The network controller is coupled to the multi-layered network, and the network monitor is adapted to respond to the quality of service event in the multi-layered network by changing the network provisioning at a layer less than N.

Matter: Extreme accused of allegedly making, using, offering to sell, selling or importing RFC 4090 (MPLS Fast Reroute) compatible systems, devices and/or equipment such as, for example, ExtremeRouting CER 2000 Series devices (ExtremeRouting CER 2000 Series devices are multi-service carrier ethernet routers for providing broadband communications). For example, ExtremeWireless AP560 Series Access Point

Expert’s credentials needed: IP, MPLS, tunneling, routing, Wi-Fi enabled routers, access points, and gateways, cloud services, professional service.

DVI Communications has inhouse IP, MPLS, tunneling, routing, Wi-Fi enabled routers, access points, and gateways, cloud services, professional service expertise and experts.


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Parties: Aspen Networks, Inc. v. Cellco Partnership, Verizon Wireless

Parties: Aspen Networks, Inc. v. T-Mobile US, Inc. et al

Date: 12/01/2023

Case: 2:23-cv-00557

Case: 2:23-cv-00558

Patent: 8,009,554: Method for multiple link quality of service for voice and video over internet protocol. A method for achieving multiple link quality of service for video and voice calls over Internet links, or over IP links running in private networks, is described. This method applies to both the non-mobile domain (alternate paths exist in one place at the same time) as well as the mobile domain (one path is used at any one place at a given time, but the user device roams from place to place). This method can be implemented as either computer software or other digital logic (ASIC or FPGA). Using this invention, voice and video calls can be moved at will from one path to another, as many times as required during a single conversation, without breaking the RTP voice or video payload stream. The benefit is that embodiments of this invention have a significantly higher probability that a call never breaks under various conditions of quality degrade. This includes the case of link and router failures, which are treated as a special case of quality degrade in the context of voice and video.

Matter: Defendants accused of allegedly using Aspen-developed fundamental technology required to reliably switch connections from a Wi-Fi network to a cellular network and vice versa without dropping the call; Defendents allegedly used Aspen’s intellectual property without Aspen’s permission

Expert’s credentials needed: Telephony, VoIP, SPT, RTP, IP, cellular networks, LTE 4G, 5G

DVI Communications has inhouse Telephony, VoIP, SPT, RTP, IP, cellular networks, LTE 4G, 5G expertise and experts.


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Parties: Cloud Systems Holdco IP LLC v. Carrier Global Corporation - Interlogix

Date: 12/01/2023

Case: 8:23-cv-02269

Patent: 7,975,051: System and method for managing, routing, and controlling devices and inter-device connections. A system and method for managing, routing and controlling devices and inter-device connections located within an environment to manage and control the environment using a control client is presented. A user provides commands via the control client to a server that maintains a representation of the environment and the devices within the environment. The server provides commands to devices present within the environment in response to user commands and other events, including events from the environment. The commands cause the devices in the environment to adopt specific desired states thereby causing the environment and the devices within the environment to create desired connections by and between the devices and to otherwise control and effect the environment.

Matter:  Patent relates to a system and method for control and monitoring of devices and inter-device connections located within an environment using a control client.  Defendants accused of allegedly maintaining, operating, and administering systems, products, and services for enabling a method for controlling an environment that infringe.

Expert’s credentials needed: Computer science background, servers, database, application, communications, switches, IP, Ethernet

DVI Communications has inhouse Computer science background, servers, database, application, communications, switches, IP, Ethernet expertise and experts.


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Parties: IoT Innovations LLC v. Somfy Systems, Inc.

Date: 12/01/2023

Case: 9:23-cv-81528


7,246,173 Method And Apparatus For Classifying IP Data

7,165,224 Image Browsing And Downloading In Mobile Networks

7,394,798 Push-To Talk Over Ad-Hoc Networks

7,974,266 Method And Apparatus For Classifying Ip Data

7,974,260 Method Of Transmitting Time-Critical Scheduling Information Between Single Network Devices In A Wireless Network Using Slotted Point-To-Point Links.

Matter:  Defendant allegedly uses, causes to be used, sells, offers for sale, provides, supplies, or distributes its home security and control platform and systems, including Automated Home Solutions, Smart Hosts, Smart Lighting, Smart Fixtures, Smart Keypads, Smart Home, Smart Cameras, Smart Remotes, encryption technologies and its cellular and Wi-Fi capabilities, and their associated hardware and software and functionalities.

Expert’s credentials needed: IoT, smart home, Wi-Fi, IP, mobile networks, ad hoc networking, smart lighting

DVI Communications has inhouse IoT, smart home, Wi-Fi, IP, mobile networks, ad hoc networking, smart lighting expertise and experts.


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Parties: Collision Communications, Inc. v. SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. et al

Date: 12/12/2023

Case: 2:23-cv-00587

Patent 6,947,505: System for parameter estimation and tracking of interfering digitally modulated signals.  In a multi-user detection system in which interfering signals are purposely allowed to exist, a parameter estimation unit is provided which utilizes signal processing for determining the channel transfer function for each received signal, including the received power, phase of the oscillator, timing offset relative to the base station clock carrier frequency offset, and number of multipaths replicas and delays for each replica, with the system providing realtime uninterrupted estimates of these parameters required by the signal separation unit.

Patent 7,463,703: Joint Symbol, Amplitude, and Rate Estimator. The system in one embodiment relates to tightly integrating parameter estimation, symbol hypothesis testing, decoding, and rate identification. The present invention provides Turbo-decoding for joint signal demodulation based on an iterative decoding solution that exploits error correction codes. The system iteratively couples an initial amplitude estimator, a symbol estimator, a bank of decoders, and a joint amplitude estimator to produce the symbol estimates

Patent 7,920,651: Joint Symbol, Amplitude, and Rate Estimator.

Patent 8,089,946: Bandwidth Efficient Wireless Network Modem. A modem that provides efficient use of wireless network bandwidth in the presence of multiuser interference and noise is disclosed. The modem design provides for compatibility with existing network hardware and protocols so that new efficient modems may be added to the network without removing installed hardware and software

Patent 7,593,492: Combinational Hybrid Turbo-MUD. A high quality real-time Turbo-Mud processing system that chooses between a high complexity multi-user detectors that results in better estimates of the bit streams and computationally low linear-based-MUD/Turbo-MUD at each MUD window in each Turbo Iteration. In one embodiment this technique optimizes both the BER and the computational complexity of the receiver by using low complexity MUDs to reduce the number of symbols that the high complexity MUDs need to process. The present invention also provides an efficient means of estimating symbols transmitted in a multi-user environment in overloaded or super-saturated.

Patent 9,814,071: Media Access Control Protocol for Multiuser Detection Enabled Ad-Hoc Wireless Communications. A method is disclosed for increasing the communication capacity of a shared ad-hoc wireless channel by using multiuser detection (MUD) to distinguish overlapping information transmitted simultaneously by a plurality of nodes. The transmitting nodes simultaneously provide parameter-estimating signals over separate, unshared, low-rate parameter channels generated using orthogonal frequencies, spread spectrum technology, or time multiplexing. Receiving nodes use these separate, non-overlapping parameter-estimating signals to estimate MUD-required signal parameters such as amplitude, phase, and frequency offset, thereby enabling use of lower complexity MUD receivers, because the parameters are not estimated in the presence of other interference. Node ID, spreading code type, and/or other information can also be transmitted over the parameter channels. Limiting the number of parameter channels can limit the maximum number of transmitting nodes. Amplitudes of parameter channel transmissions can be greater than communication channel transmissions by a known ratio. Parameter channels can be frequency-hopped for jam-resistance.

Matter: Defendant allegedly makes, uses, sells, offers for sale, and/or imports, in/into the United States, products that implement and practice Collision’s proprietary wireless technologies. Exemplary Accused Products with 4G capabilities include, but are not limited to: Galaxy Z Flip series, Galaxy S Series, Galaxy M Series. Exemplary Accused Products with 5G capabilities include, but are not limited to: Galaxy Z Fold series, Galaxy S series, Galaxy Note series, and Galaxy A series,

Expert’s credentials needed: 4G, 5G, smartphone technologies, modulation, ad hoc networking, IoT, sensors, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, smart home appliances, smart home networking.

DVI Communications has inhouse 4G, 5G, smartphone technologies, modulation, ad hoc networking, IoT, sensors, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, smart home appliances, smart home networking expertise and experts.


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Parties: Display Technologies, LLC v. Dexcom, Inc.

Parties: Display Technologies, LLC v. Sirius XM Radio Inc.

Date: 12/12/2023

Case: 2:23-cv-00589

Case: 2:23-cv-00591

Patent: 8,671,195: Digital media communication protocol. A digital media communication protocol structured to selectively transmit one or more digital media files between a media terminal and a media node via a communication link on an interactive computer network. The communication link is initiated by the media terminal, wherein the media terminal is disposed in an accessible relation to the interactive computer network. The digital media communication protocol, and in particular, the communication link, is further structured to bypass at least one security measure, such as, for example, a password, security key, and/or firewall.

Matter: Defendants sell, offers for sale, uses, or otherwise provides products (such as Dexcom G5, G6 and G7 Continuous Glucose Monitoring System) that infringe

Expert’s credentials needed: communication protocols, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, smart appliances, IoT

DVI Communications has inhouse communication protocols, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, smart appliances, IoT expertise and experts.


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Parties: Universal Connectivity Technologies Inc. v. Dell Technologies Inc. et al

Date: 12/12/2023

Case: 1:23-cv-01506

Patent: 7,154,905: Method and system for nesting of communications packets.  A serial communications architecture for communicating between hosts and data store devices. The Storage Link architecture is specially adapted to support communications between multiple hosts and storage devices via a switching network, such as a storage area network. The Storage Link architecture specifies various communications techniques that can be combined to reduce the overall cost and increase the overall performance of communications. The Storage Link architecture may provide packet ordering based on packet type, dynamic segmentation of packets, asymmetric packet ordering, packet nesting, variable-sized packet headers, and use of out-of-band symbols to transmit control information as described below in more detail. The Storage Link architecture may also specify encoding techniques to optimize transitions and to ensure DC-balance.


7187307 - Method and system for encapsulation of multiple levels of communication protocol functionality within line codes

7746798 - Method and system for integrating packet type information with synchronization symbols

7856520 - Control bus for connection of electronic devices

7921231 - Discovery of electronic devices utilizing a control bus

8680712 - Power delivery over digital interaction interface for video and audio (DiiVA)

9232265 - Method, apparatus and system for transitioning an audio/video device between a source mode and a sink mode

9852103 - Bidirectional transmission of USB data using audio/video data channel

Matter: The Defendant allegedly has and continues to make, use, offer for sale, sell, and/or import certain products and services, including without limitation Dell products (laptops, desktops, monitors, and docking stations) that support DisplayPort 1.2 or later, such as the Alienware AW3423DW Monitor, Alienware Aurora Rl4 Desktop, and Inspiron 7425 Laptop, that directly infringe, literally and/or under the doctrine of equivalents, one or more claims of the patents.

Expert’s credentials needed: Communications protocols, packet networks, IP audio/video systems, computer interface hardware and protocols, peripheral’s power systems.

DVI Communications has inhouse Communications protocols, packet networks, IP audio/video systems, computer interface hardware and protocols, peripheral’s power systems expertise and experts.

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Parties: Mobile Health Innovative Solutions, LLC v. Withings S.A.

Date: 12/15/2023

Case: 2:23-cv-00610

Patent: 11,468,984: Device, method and application for establishing a current load level. The invention relates to a device, a method, a computer program product and an application for establishing a current load level of a user. The device and the method comprise a mobile terminal, which comprises at least one sensor generating signal data and a plurality of available applications for use by the user and also an evaluation unit. According to the invention, provision is made for the mobile terminal to comprise an application, which is configured as further application and establishes a plurality of biometric data in respect of the user, at least from the signal data or from available applications used by the user, and to make said data available to the evaluation unit, and for the evaluation unit to determine the current load level of the user from the biometric data.

Matter: Defendant allegedly infringed and continues to infringe one or more claims with products including, but not limited to, the ScanWatch smartwatch and the ScanWatch Horizon smartwatch

Expert’s credentials needed: Smartwatches, smartphone, operating system for a mobile terminal, sensors, GPS.

DVI Communications has inhouse smartphone and IoT devices expertise and experts.


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Parties: Speech Transcription, LLC v. Exabeam, Inc.

Date: 12/15/2023

Case: 2:23-cv-00605

Parties: Speech Transcription, LLC v. Vectra AI, Inc.

Case: 1:23-cv-01528

Patent: 8,938,799: Security protection apparatus and method for endpoint computing systems.  A unified security management system and related apparatus and methods for protecting endpoint computing systems and managing, providing, and obtaining security functions is described. Various forms of the system, apparatus and methods may be used for improved security, security provisioning, security management, and security infrastructure.

Matter: Defendant 1 allegedly sells, advertises, offers for sale, uses, or otherwise provides products, such as the Exabeam Fusion XDR, which is a threat detection, investigation, and response (TDIR) platform that comprises a set of technologies used for cybersecurity purposes; Defendant 2 allegedly sells, advertises, offers for sale, uses, or otherwise provides exemplary products, including at least the Vectra AI platform, which is used to detect and respond to cyber threats.

Expert’s credentials needed: Cybersecurity, endpoint security functions, password management, threat detection

DVI Communications has inhouse cybersecurity expertise and experts.

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Parties: WirelessWerx IP, LLC v. DoorDash, Inc.

Date: 12/18/2023

Case: 6:23-cv-00863

Parties: WirelessWerx IP, LLC v. GrubHub Holdings, Inc.

Case: 6:23-cv-00865

Parties: WirelessWerx IP, LLC v. Neighborfavor, Inc

Case: 6:23-cv-00866

Patent 7,317,927: Method and system to monitor persons utilizing wireless media.  A method and system of selectively communicating with a first portable device within pre-defined geographical zones is disclosed. The first portable device is associated with a geographical zone defined utilizing latitude and longitude attributes. Data representative of the geographical zone is then loaded on the first portable device. The first portable device includes a ground positioning unit receiver which allows the first portable device to receive positioning data and to determine its position in relation to the geographical zone. When the first portable device determines it is within the geographical zone, the first portable device enables communication between the first portable device and a second portable device

Matter:  Defendant 1 has allegedly encouraged or instructed others (e.g., its customers and/or the customers of its related companies), on how to use its products and services (e.g., Doordash delivery services) and related services that provide question and answer services across the Internet such as to cause infringement; Defendant 2 allegedly makes use its products and services (e.g., Grubhub delivery services) and related services that provide question and answer services across the Internet such as to cause infringement; Defendant 3 allegedly infringe

Expert’s credentials needed: Location-based services, wireless, GPS, mobility, smartphones.

DVI Communications has inhouse location-based services, wireless, GPS, mobility, smartphones expertise and experts.

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