Martin Geddes

Martin Geddes

Founder, Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd
Joined on January 15, 2004
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About

Martin Geddes is a thought leader in new business models in telecoms, IT and media. He provides consulting, training and innovation services to telcos, equipment vendors, cloud services providers and industry bodies. His specialisms are in new multi-sided market business models, voice and messaging innovation, and cloud communications. For more information see http://www.martingeddes.com.

He has previously held the positions of Strategy Director at BT, and Chief Analyst at Telco 2.0, which he co-founded. He was also a technology specialist at Sprint in Overland Park, KS, and is named on 8 granted patents. Prior to entering telecoms, Martin built large transactional systems at Oracle Corporation.

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Comments

2017 - Sep 08 on The One Reason Net Neutrality Can't Be Implemented
2017 - Feb 15 on Let's Face Facts: We Need a New Industrial Internet
2016 - Oct 24 on The Internet Needs a Security and Performance Upgrade
2016 - Oct 24 on The Internet Needs a Security and Performance Upgrade
2011 - Mar 29 on Is the Web a "Communications Medium"?
2011 - Mar 29 on Is the Web a "Communications Medium"?
2005 - Sep 16 on Whither DNS?
2005 - Sep 16 on Whither DNS?
2005 - Sep 16 on Whither DNS?
2005 - Sep 15 on Whither DNS?
2005 - Sep 15 on Whither DNS?

Topic Interests

DNSIPv6 TransitionPrivacy IPv4 MarketsCybersecurityInternet GovernanceP2PTelecomEnumVoIPBroadbandInternet ProtocolWirelessNet NeutralityDomain NamesICANNMobile InternetAccess ProvidersCensorshipPolicy & RegulationWhite SpaceWebNetworksIPTVCloud ComputingInternet of ThingsData CenterCyberattackDDoS AttackThreat Intelligence

Recent Blogs

The Magical Ampersand: Hope Is Not an Integration Plan

Who Will Crack Cloud Application Access SLAs?

Why 5G Is in Trouble (and How to Fix It)

The Great Inevitable: From Broadband Internet to Cloud Application Access

Software Has Already Eaten Telecoms (It Just Has Indigestion)

Popular Posts

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