Mark Goldberg

Mark Goldberg

Telecommunications Consultant
Joined on April 25, 2007
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Mark Goldberg has more than 30 years of international experience in strategic planning, managing, designing and implementing telecommunications carrier networks. His background includes heading the Network Services organization for one of Canada’s largest long distance companies, developing the network architecture for competition in Canada, design of the US Government Voice Network, creating the business plan for Canada’s Information Highway initiative, and helping new international entrepreneurs launch traditional and enhanced telecommunications services. He is chair of the advisory board for the Masters in Engineering in Telecommunications at University of Toronto.

In naming him as one of Canada’s top 10 technology bloggers in April 2008, itWorld Canada wrote: No one does a better job of exploring, interpreting or criticizing telecommunications policy in Canada. Period.

His consulting firm, Mark H. Goldberg and Associates, provides a full range of consulting services to telecommunications companies, including: business planning, strategic planning, carrier relations, regulatory and government relations, network design, RFP evaluations, project management and operations reviews.

He is co-Chair of Canada’s largest annual telecom industry event: The Canadian Telecom Summit, taking place each June in Toronto.

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2008 - Apr 16 on Canadians Aren't Buying Into Net Neutrality
2008 - Apr 15 on Canadians Aren't Buying Into Net Neutrality

Topic Interests

BroadbandAccess ProvidersNet NeutralityTelecomWirelessWhite SpaceCybersecuritySpamVoIPPolicy & RegulationInternet GovernanceMobile InternetWebData CenterIPTVNetworks

Recent Blogs

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