Newton's Telecom Dictionary is the "bible" of the telecommunications, networking, Internet, the Cloud, computer and information technology industries. It earned this reputation through its widespread adoption for training, for management and sales understanding of industry jargon, technology and management practices. Substantially expanded, the 28th edition has 27,805 definitions; with 827 new definitions and 2500 updates and rewrites, reflecting recent industry changes. This "dictionary" is really an encyclopedia of the technology industry since many of the "definitions" are several pages long, and explain the practical pros and cons of using particular technology.
For 45 years, Harry Newton's first love has been technology—especially computing, networking and telecommunications. He has been a speaker at every telecom and networking trade show and convention, including some he started himself. He has been an expert witness and a consultant to telecom companies. He has written over 30,000 articles on telecom, computing, networking and technology. He founded seven monthly magazines in the industry, including Call Center, Computer Telephony, and Imaging.