High Tech Forum Welcomes new Contributor Jim Murphy

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Murphy’s feature on LTE and Voice offers a fresh technical perspective on why VoIP hasn’t met expectations

We welcome Jim to High Tech Forum

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High Tech Forum welcomes Jim Murphy as its newest contributor. With his feature story – which addresses the nagging question of why, despite high expectations, VoIP hasn’t yet replaced the circuit switched voice on mobile networks – Murphy joins a family of High Tech Forum contributors that already includes Larry Roberts, Charles Jackson, Jon Crowcroft and editor Richard Bennett. All are celebrated technologists. Murphy’s first post lays out the challenges a VoIP solution must overcome in order to work effectively on emerging LTE networks.

Jim Murphy has been involved as a development engineer and architect in many networking technologies over the past twenty years. At AT&T Bell Labs he developed programming interfaces for automated voice systems. He pioneered VoIP technology at Cisco during its inception. At Juniper Networks he developed core router implementations for fast forwarding table convergence and differentiated services capabilities. He developed network infrastructure technology and architectures for both WiFi and UMTS systems at Trapeze Networks and SpiderCloud wireless respectively. Jim is currently developing future networking architectures at Juniper Networks.

“We welcome Jim to High Tech Forum,” said editor Richard Bennett. “His perspectives and experience will be invaluable to our ongoing discussions about networking, VoIP and WiFi.”

http://www.hightechforum.org is a web forum edited by Richard Bennett. It is open to analytical contributions from all genuine technologists with expertise in networking and the future of technology. The forum fosters an open exchange of ideas, grounded in practical operational experience – a place where the experts can talk about issues relating to, and the implications, of technology and telecommunications policy.


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