This is the world’s bestselling and most comprehensive reference book on telecom, data communications, networking, computing and the Internet, with over 675,000 copies sold. Featuring 500 new terms plus hundreds more updated and expanded entries, the 21st edition of Newton’s Telecom Dictionary weighs in at over four times larger than any other telecom and IT dictionary, and includes wireless, broadband, VoIP, RIFD, and fiber optics terms.
Packed with over 22,400 definitions, it explains technical concepts in non-technical language that anyone can understand. It’s used by more leading technology companies for training and employee orientation than any other text.
Four bonus sections include: Harry Newton’s favorite money-saving tips for telecom, computing, and more; what happens when telecom services are suddenly free?—a vision for this business in the 21st century; how you should orient your precious telecom budget in today’s tight times; disaster recovery planning to protect your computing and telecom resources.
Most dictionaries are updated every ten to twenty years. Not this one. Newton updates this dictionary every day and issues a new, expanded, improved and updated edition every ear. This edition is current as of Spring 2005.