Dan Campbell

Dan Campbell

President, Millennia Systems, Inc.
Joined on January 2, 2008
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About

Dan Campbell is currently the President of Millennia Systems, Inc., an IT and Network consulting company.  Dan has over 27 years of experience in Information Technology, Networking and Communications.  His previous work experience includes a decade of consulting with Booz•Allen•Hamilton (McLean, VA) and ThruPoint Consulting (New York, NY).  During that time, Dan led and executed consulting engagements within the U.S. Government (civilian and defense agencies), commercial Service Provider, Enterprise and Financial Services markets.  Dan also served as Director of Network Architecture for Intelsat, the largest provider of fixed and managed satellite services.  Dan’s role was the design and integration of Intelsat’s global managed services that supplement its satellite service.

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2014 - Oct 27 on Beyond Neutrality - Enabling a World of Connected Things
2014 - Oct 27 on Beyond Neutrality - Enabling a World of Connected Things
2013 - Oct 23 on Valuing IP Addresses
2013 - Feb 19 on Broadband - The American Way
2012 - Jul 17 on How Failure To Maintain IPv6 Is Hindering Law Enforcement
2011 - Jan 01 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2011 - Jan 01 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2010 - Dec 28 on Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?
2010 - Dec 11 on No Free Lunch in Internet Peering or Transit
2010 - Sep 22 on Outages Never Sleep!
2010 - Apr 12 on Comcast vs the FCC - A Reply to Susan Crawford's Article
2010 - Apr 12 on Comcast vs the FCC - A Reply to Susan Crawford's Article
2010 - Apr 12 on Comcast vs the FCC - A Reply to Susan Crawford's Article
2010 - Feb 02 on The Greatest Free Riders of Our Time
2010 - Jan 29 on The Greatest Free Riders of Our Time
2010 - Jan 14 on $111M Good Reasons to Cancel Your Twitter Account
2010 - Jan 14 on $111M Good Reasons to Cancel Your Twitter Account
2009 - Dec 30 on NXDOMAIN Substitution: Good or Evil?
2009 - Dec 28 on Network Neutrality, UPS, and FedEx
2009 - Dec 28 on Network Neutrality, UPS, and FedEx
2009 - Dec 28 on Network Neutrality, UPS, and FedEx
2009 - Dec 24 on A Look Inside the European Response to Spam
2009 - Dec 24 on Network Neutrality, UPS, and FedEx
2009 - Dec 21 on FiOS: A Reality Check
2009 - Dec 21 on FiOS: A Reality Check
2009 - Dec 10 on gTLDs: Why Are Your Overarching Issues Not Relevant In IDN ccTLDs?
2009 - Nov 24 on Dr. Peering Commits Malpractice on Net Neutrality
2009 - Nov 13 on The Tempest in the TLD Teapot
2009 - Nov 13 on How Do You Do Secure Bank Transactions on the Internet?
2009 - Nov 12 on How Do You Do Secure Bank Transactions on the Internet?
2009 - Nov 12 on Dot-Biz Saga
2009 - Nov 09 on How Do You Do Secure Bank Transactions on the Internet?
2009 - Oct 25 on Beyond Net Neutrality: A Manifesto for Internet Freedom
2009 - Sep 28 on The Broadband Numbers Racket
2009 - Sep 22 on The Freedom to Innovate Without Permission
2009 - Aug 16 on Routing Redundancy: How Much Is Enough?
2009 - Aug 14 on IPv6, Phone Numbers and Analogies
2009 - Aug 10 on Why Can't We Make the Internet Secure?
2009 - Jul 21 on Networks and Nationalization
2009 - Jul 15 on I Needed Music 'cos I Had None...
2009 - Jun 15 on "It's The Internet Stupid" ...I Respectfully Disagree
2009 - Jun 04 on A Clear Case for ISP Regulation: IP Address Logging
2009 - Jun 03 on IPv6 and LTE, the Not So Long Term Evolution?
2009 - May 29 on Crawford Likes Aussie Utility Network
2009 - Mar 31 on IPv6 a Case of Confirmation Bias
2009 - Mar 27 on Obama's Missed Opportunity
2009 - Mar 27 on Obama's Missed Opportunity
2009 - Jan 23 on Carriers Are Trying to Take Back Control of the Home Network
2009 - Jan 22 on Carriers Are Trying to Take Back Control of the Home Network
2009 - Jan 14 on Julius Genachowski, FCC, and White Spaces: The Good and Not So Good News
2009 - Jan 12 on Reply-All Creates a DDoS Attack?
2009 - Jan 12 on ICANN Uses For-Profit Companies as "Comparables" in Its Employee Compensation
2008 - Dec 31 on 2008: The Year That VoIP Died
2008 - Dec 22 on One Good Outcome from the Wall Street Journal: Google Flap
2008 - Dec 22 on What Could the RIAA's Switch in Strategy Mean?
2008 - Dec 18 on What If I Were Wrong About Edge-Caching?
2008 - Dec 01 on Free, Slow, Censored Internet: A Bad Idea
2008 - Nov 12 on Net Neutrality Advocates: Wireless Carriers' Network Management Must Be 'Reasonable'
2008 - Oct 16 on First Broad Internet Census Since 1982 Reveals Surprising Number of Unused IPv4 Addresses
2008 - Sep 30 on Comcast is Right, the FCC is Wrong
2008 - Sep 30 on Comcast is Right, the FCC is Wrong
2008 - Sep 29 on Comcast is Right, the FCC is Wrong
2008 - Sep 25 on Comcast's Network Management Practices: A Brief Analysis
2008 - Sep 23 on Comcast's Network Management Practices: A Brief Analysis
2008 - Sep 10 on Satellite Internet Access That Could Be Good
2008 - Aug 11 on Hunting Unicorns: Myths and Realities of the Net Neutrality Debate
2008 - Aug 11 on Hunting Unicorns: Myths and Realities of the Net Neutrality Debate
2008 - Aug 08 on Hunting Unicorns: Myths and Realities of the Net Neutrality Debate
2008 - Aug 08 on Hunting Unicorns: Myths and Realities of the Net Neutrality Debate
2008 - Aug 05 on FCC's Comcast Ruling Inconsistent and Incoherent
2008 - Aug 05 on Hunting Unicorns: Myths and Realities of the Net Neutrality Debate
2008 - Aug 05 on FCC's Comcast Ruling Inconsistent and Incoherent
2008 - Jul 30 on Deep Packet Inspection: When the Man-In-The-Middle Wants Money
2008 - Jul 15 on FCC and Comcast: Reasonably Vague
2008 - Jul 15 on No Fines for Comcast
2008 - Jun 12 on Knowing Less
2008 - May 07 on Sprint's Big Deal: New Life for WiMax
2008 - Apr 08 on Managing Internet as a Shared Resource: Reasonable Technical Constraints?
2008 - Mar 05 on Why Telcos Don't Get Networks
2008 - Mar 04 on On Comcast and Net Neutrality: Shouting Fire in a Theater
2008 - Feb 28 on On Comcast and Net Neutrality: Shouting Fire in a Theater
2008 - Feb 28 on IPv6 Over Satellite: Pie in the Sky?
2008 - Feb 27 on The Front Running Class Action Suit
2008 - Feb 25 on Pakistan Hijacks YouTube: A Closer Look
2008 - Feb 17 on Comments on an IP Address Trading Market
2008 - Feb 17 on Comments on an IP Address Trading Market
2008 - Feb 17 on Comments on an IP Address Trading Market
2008 - Feb 16 on Comments on an IP Address Trading Market
2008 - Feb 16 on Comments on an IP Address Trading Market
2008 - Feb 16 on Comments on an IP Address Trading Market
2008 - Jan 08 on Walks Like a Telco, Yalks Like a Telco... Must be a Telco

Topic Interests

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