Douglas Spencer received his B.S.E.E. (magna cum laude) from the
has originated many project proposals, dealing with both technical and business case aspects which have resulted in leading edge technical advances and market differentiating product offers.
has published including the Bell Labs Record and the Bell Labs Technical Journal
and twice in conjunction with the International Telecommunications Union
, World Telecommunications Forums
, where he
presented papers on Frame Relay and CDMA/PCS Wireless Infrastructure at Telecom87 and Telecom95 respectively.
career, Mr. Spencer
has pursued supplemental learning including pursuing a Mini-MBA from the Wharton School
, Signaling System 7, Queuing Theory, Market Management for Technologists, Steven Covey Courses, RF system design, and many others in diverse management, business, and technical areas.
He was appointed a Bell Labs Fellow in 1999, being cited for: "Sustained contributions to global telecommunications in digital transmission, ISDN and Frame Relay standards, CDMA cellular telephony and PBX architectures."
has over 20 patents issued or pending in diverse areas such as CDMA terrestrial infrastructure, communications systems design, communications protocols including Frame Relay, networking convergence protocols and services, comprehensive echo control for hybrid networks, IP security, synchronization schema, and voice processing architectures.
Since forming Boulder Technology Labs, Mr. Spencer has consulted extensively in the area of telecommunications technology as applied to both public and private networks including next generation networking and wireless networking.
has consulted with legal firms and corporate clients in the area of intellectual property related to telecommunications art.
Intellectual property consultation has included focus in the areas of researching and mapping given intellectual property to applications and realizations of given patented telecommunications art.
has effectively leveraged the breadth and depth of his
knowledge of both technology and business aspects of telecommunications.
Intellectual property consulting work has included involvement in many aspects of licensing, assertion, and litigation.
He is a member of Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu and Phi Sigma Phi national honor societies and is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of
. Mr. Spencer is a Senior Member of the IEEE.
lives with his
. He founded Boulder Technology Labs, LLC in October, 2001 after his retirement from AVAYA Labs.