About Packetizer

Packetizer was founded in 2000 with a focus on providing technical information related to telecommunication for computer software engineers, product managers, corporate executives, and consumers. Packetizer built a community atmosphere that it proudly continues to do by collaborating with people all over the world, sharing information, and encouraging the development of emerging technologies.

Over the years, Packetizer expanded its scope to include numerous publications, publication of free software, operation of public mailing lists and free programmable web services, and delivery of other information services.

While Packetizer has grown substantially over the years in the kinds of information and services it provides, it still remains focused on its core objective to be a leading resource of information that helps advance the state of emerging technologies.

As a community-oriented site, we depend on contributors to help make Packetizer better. If you would like to share a presentation, write an article, moderate mailing lists or discussion forums, or provide some other service to the Packetizer Community, please visit our "Contributions and Editors Wanted" page. Some of the world's leading experts have contributed to Packetizer and we have been honored to have had an opportunity to work with so many talented and intelligent people over the years.

With literally hundreds of thousands of visitors, along with its many contributors, editors, and partners, Packetizer has created its place in the industry and is well-positioned for exciting years ahead.

If you have any questions about Packetizer or the information we publish, never hesitate to contact us and we will be more than happy to answer any question you might have.

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