Network Intelligence was founded in 1985 at the dawn of the AT&T Divestiture to provide expert network engineering, business development, and regulatory services to the newly competitive telecommunications industry.
Over the years, Network Intelligence has advised every former Bell Operating Company, hundreds of small independent network service providers and resellers, manufacturers of equipment used in the Telecom and Internet industries, Wireless (Cellular) providers, AT&T, and Verizon.
Network Intelligence has also been a key player in the deregulation of telecommunications services as the architect of the plan that opened up the German national network (as advisors to the Deutsch Bundespost Ministry of Posts and Telecommunication), as well as networks in Portugal, Italy, and Greece. As advisors to Directorate XIII (Competition) of the European Commission, Network Intelligence worked to establish Pan-European standards.
Network Intelligence also has a strong history in network security, having completed projects for the U.S. Department of Justice and the NSA. Over the last several years Network Intelligence has advised and assisted software companies and service providers who create and operate IP-based telephony services. Network Intelligence is one of the few companies who have a firm grounding in legacy telecom networks as well as expertise in IP networking, and has been successful in working with companies who are making the transition from TDM-based networks into hybrid IP architectures.
The principals of Network Intelligence have years of experience in all matters of telecommunications policy, service architecture, business development, finance, engineering, project management, product management, sales and marketing.