Mr. Goldberg was Vice President Network Services for Sprint Canada, responsible for the planning, engineering, administration and operations of its national network. At Unitel Communications, he developed the network interconnection architectures for the introduction of telecommunications competition in Canada and testified on competitive network architectures before the CRTC in proceedings that led to its landmark decisions related to long distance and local competition. He continues to advise governments in Canada and overseas on a variety of issues.
Mr. Goldberg has lectured at the University of Western Ontario and he currently lectures and is co-chair of the Advisory Board for the Masters of Engineering in Telecommunications at the University of Toronto. He also serves on the advisory board for Barrett Xplore. Mr. Goldberg is a member of the nominating committee for Canada's Telecom Hall of Fame.
He is the co-founder of GST Conferences, a telecommunications industry training and conference company and the producer of the annual Canadian Telecom Summit held in June of each year. GST Conferences has produced a training course used by regulators for new employees and commissioners.
He is quoted often in such newspapers as the National Post and Globe and Mail and he is a regular commentator on telecom issues for Canada's Business News Network (formerly ROB-TV). His OpEds have appeared in the National Post and Hill Times.
You can read his views and commentaries on telecommunications trends and issues on his blog: www.mhgoldberg.com/blog. In naming him as one of Canada's top 10 technology bloggers in April 2008, itWorld Canada wrote: No one does a better job of exploring, interpreting or criticizing telecommunications policy in Canada. Period.
Mark H. Goldberg & Associates Inc.
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