Danny is a successful entrepreneur and recognized technology visionary. His extensive professional experience as a consultant, author, speaker and journalist led to his vision for mBLAST. Danny is the founder of TeleChoice (www.telechoice.com), a company he built into one of the premiere communications industry consulting groups. He is also one of the original telecom strategists, having advised carriers, vendors, regulators, startups, and governments for more than 20 years. Danny has built a reputation for identifying trends across technologies ranging from telecommunications to consumer electronics and is frequently quoted in The New York Times, USA Today, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, and The Financial Times. He is also a long-time contributing editor for Network World and columnist and contributor to other leading publications such as Telephony and Telecommunications Magazine and a frequent speaker at a wide range of industry events. Danny also regularly consults with the leading Wall Street financial brokerage houses and venture capitalist firms. Danny's ability to identify new noteworthy, new, industry trends, well before the industry as a whole recognizes them, has led to early exploitation of opportunities in wireless networking, home networking, DSL, PON, VoIP, VoD, and network-hosted applications.
He is the co-author of HDTV for Dummies, Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 PCs for Dummies, Smart Homes for Dummies, Home Theater for Dummies, Wireless Home Networking for Dummies, Wireless Hacks and Mods for Dummies, Internet Telephony for Dummies, Virtual Networks-A Buyer's Guide, and A Buyer's Guide to Long Distance Services.
Danny earned his Master's in Business Administration from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Telecommunications Policy at Duke University.